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Introduction: Paediatric Radiology

  • Greg J. IrwinEmail author
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Abstract

Radiology as a specialty came into being due to a series of significant discoveries in the field of physics. A succession of innovators has taken novel scientific phenomena, and from them developed strategies to image the human body.

Keywords

X-ray Röntgen Ultrasound Computed tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Nuclear medicine ALARA 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Royal Hospital for Children, Queen Elizabeth University HospitalGlasgowUK

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