Found this while looking at my library’s e-books: History of medical imaging, from X-Ray in 1896 (which was immediately accepted and adopted without question) to all of X-Ray’s daughters that we use today. Saw a few pages and I *know* I’ll thoroughly enjoy reading this. It’s something I’ve been curious about for a long time and this writer is approachable in her style. [hopefully my library at home access allows me to get it through legit means]

Found this while looking at my library’s e-books: History of medical imaging, from X-Ray in 1896 (which was immediately accepted and adopted without question) to all of X-Ray’s daughters that we use today.

Saw a few pages and I *know* I’ll thoroughly enjoy reading this. It’s something I’ve been curious about for a long time and this writer is approachable in her style.

[hopefully my library at home access allows me to get it through legit means]

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