The consequences of the discovery by W. C. Röntgen for present-day medical physics and radiation protection


When the German physicist W. C. Röntgen discovered X-rays, which were named after him, he introduced a new development in medicine and biology: together with the discoveries of A. H. Becquerel and M. Curie, radiology with its diagnostic and therapeutic methods was made possible. The medical physicist has an important task to fulfill in modern radiotherapy… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01941262

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