| Posted On Nov 08, 2016 | By:

Celebrating the X-Ray’s Impact on Medicine

The x-ray was discovered 121 years ago today on November 8, 1895 by Wilhelm Roentgen of Bavaria, and his discovery has since shaped the face of many branches of science. Our understanding of the double-helix shape of DNA was provided in part by x-ray crystallography. In 1999, NASA deployed the Chandra X-ray Observatory aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia, which has since studied and discovered black holes and advanced our understanding of dark matter.

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| Posted On Dec 16, 2013 | By:

Imaging tests for lower back pain:When you need them – and when you don’t

No matter how much you like snow, this past weekend’s storm certainly did challenge drivers on Saturday night and made for a messy clean-up on Sunday.  As a result, some people are unfortunately starting the week feeling the effect of the snow in the form of very acute back pain.

Back pain can be excruciating. So it seems that getting an X-ray, CT scan, or MRI to find the cause would be a good idea.

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