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There is a suite of Roentgen furniture at Buckingham Palace, and another at Chatsworth ordered by the Duke of Devonshire at a time when many English grandees, as well as wealthy aristos throughout Europe, chose Roentgen furniture for their palaces.
Total quantity or scope: Digital roentgen apparatus according to the features mentioned in the specifications.
Priscilla Slanetz said at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
Although German physicist Wilhem Roentgen discovered X-rays in 1896, it was a Birmingham surgeon - Major John Hall-Edwards - who first applied the new technology to medical treatment.
Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen discovered X-rays, a form of energy, a century ago.
craft called the Roentgen Satellite, or ROSAT (SN: 6/29/91, p.
Rem is an abbreviation for roentgen equivalent man, a measurement of ionizing radiation.
MIAMI BEACH -- Magnetic resonance imaging can visualize uterine fibroids in sufficient detail that a potentially ineffective uterine artery embolization can be avoided in up to 20% of patients who are referred for the procedure, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
For it is the opulent, extravagant eighteenth century of Boulle and Riesener and Roentgen that has been the traditional draw of the Biennale--a draw, not least, for generations of wealthy Francophile Americans (a rare sighting in 2002; everyone is hoping the September migration will resume this year).
MIAMI BEACH -- Magnetic resonance imaging visualizes uterine fibroids in enough detail that a potentially ineffective uterine artery embolization can be avoided in up to 20% of patients referred for the procedure, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society.
1895: Professor Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen carried out the first ever X-ray: ProfessorRoentgen was a highly unremarkable German physicist who specialised in the areas of thermology, mechanics and electricity.
In February, ROSAT (short for Roentgen Satellite) completed its first assignment: a search for low-energy X-ray sources throughout nearly the entire sky.