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Summaries English The art of medical imaging: Philips and the evolution of medical X-ray technology

@inproceedings{Hofman2010SummariesET,
  title={Summaries English The art of medical imaging: Philips and the evolution of medical X-ray technology},
  author={Jma Hofman and Maiken Glud Dalager and Hans Erik B{\o}tker and Morten B{\o}ttcher and Thomas Ivanc and Mark E. Olszewski and Kristina Norrgren and Liran Domachevsky and Tamar Gaspar and Nathan Peled and M. Shnapp and David A. Halon and Basil S. Lewis and Ronen Rubinshtein and David Hazzan and Mani Vembar and S. V. Samoilov},
  year={2010}
}
Philips and its associated companies have been involved in the development of X-ray technology since the very beginning, and many significant developments were pioneered by Philips. This article presents some of the most important technological innovations over more than a century, from the first rotating anode X-ray tubes to the clinical image intensifier and the digital revolution. Each of these innovations has had far-reaching implications for clinical practice, from diagnosis to advanced… 
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References

The Art of Medical Imaging: How Philips Contributed to the Evolution of Medical X-ray over More Than One Hundred Years
  • Philips Publication
  • 2010