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Pillars of Creation
Pillars of Creation
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Skeleton playing rugby
Skeleton playing rugby
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Skeleton drinking, X-ray
Skeleton drinking, X-ray
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Panoramic dental X-ray
Panoramic dental X-ray
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Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram
Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram
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Horses skull
Horses skull
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Lobster, X-ray
Lobster, X-ray
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Total hip replacement, X-ray
Total hip replacement, X-ray
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Spiral galaxy M81, composite image
Spiral galaxy M81, composite image
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Kidney stone, abdominal X-ray
Kidney stone, abdominal X-ray
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Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
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Horse skull
Horse skull
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Kidney stone, abdominal X-ray Featured Image

Kidney stone, abdominal X-ray

Kidney stone. Coloured abdominal X-ray showing a kidney stone (small pale rounded area just right of the vertebral column at upper right) in a male patient's left ureter. The stone (small blue dot) is just to the right of the backbone (blocks down centre). Each of the two kidneys (not seen) has a ureter that channels urine to the bladder (not seen). Kidney stones are deposits of calcium salts that can cause intense pain as they pass through the urinary system. If not passed, they may need to be broken up with ultrasonic waves. The lower ribs (top centre) and pelvis (bottom centre) are also seen

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Spinal bone protrusion, 3D CT scan
Spinal bone protrusion, 3D CT scan
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Pinned ankle fractures, X-ray
Pinned ankle fractures, X-ray
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Skeleton playing football
Skeleton playing football
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Normal foot, X-ray
Normal foot, X-ray
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Knee joint prosthesis, X-ray
Knee joint prosthesis, X-ray
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Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image
Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image
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Human skull, X-ray
Human skull, X-ray
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Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
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Tendinitis of the shoulder, X-ray
Tendinitis of the shoulder, X-ray
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Normal skull, X-ray
Normal skull, X-ray
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Tuberculosis, X-ray
Tuberculosis, X-ray
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Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)
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Pinned ankle fractures, X-ray Featured Image

Pinned ankle fractures, X-ray

Pinned ankle fracture. Coloured frontal X-rays of the ankle bones of a patient with an ankle fracture, before (left) and after (right) the fractures were pinned. The malleolus (bony projection at the end of a bone) of both lower leg bones have been fractured and then pinned back together. The fibula (left side of each X-ray) is the thinner of the two lower leg bones, and has had a plate as well as screws used to hold it together. The pins and plates hold the bone fragments in position while they heal. The tibia (right side of each X-ray) is the thicker of the two lower leg bones. The bones at bottom are part of the ankle bones. Staples are seen in the surrounding tissue at right, showing where the skin was stapled back together following the bone- pinning operation. This is the patient's right ankle

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Broken neck
Broken neck
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Primate skulls
Primate skulls
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Skeleton from below, X-ray artwork
Skeleton from below, X-ray artwork
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Seahorse skeleton
Seahorse skeleton
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Irregular heartbeat
Irregular heartbeat
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Headache, X-ray artwork
Headache, X-ray artwork
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Fractured ankle, X-ray
Fractured ankle, X-ray
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Spoon swallowed by a dog, X-ray
Spoon swallowed by a dog, X-ray
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Healthy knee, X-ray
Healthy knee, X-ray
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Hip replacement, X-ray
Hip replacement, X-ray
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Stuffed birds, X-ray
Stuffed birds, X-ray
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Broken wrist bone, X-ray
Broken wrist bone, X-ray
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Irregular heartbeat Featured Image

Irregular heartbeat

Irregular heartbeat. Conceptual image of a chest X-ray overlaid with an electrocardiogram (heart monitor) trace showing extrasystole. Extrasystole is a premature contraction of the heart that momentarily breaks the normal cardiac rhythm. In this case, three contractions of the heart's ventricles (triple high peaks, right) have interrupted the normal pattern of alternating ventricular (high peaks) and atrial (low peaks) contractions. In most cases, extrasystole is sporadic and harmless. However, it can be a symptom of an underlying heart condition

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Normal neck, X-ray
Normal neck, X-ray
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Skull X-ray
Skull X-ray
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Radiography Treatment
Radiography Treatment
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Healthy knee, X-ray
Healthy knee, X-ray
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Healthy heart and lungs, X-ray
Healthy heart and lungs, X-ray
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Broken back, X-ray
Broken back, X-ray
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Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp.), coloured X-ray
Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp.), coloured X-ray
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Normal childs head, X-ray
Normal childs head, X-ray
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Sea fan, X-ray
Sea fan, X-ray
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Normal spine, X-ray
Normal spine, X-ray
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Tension pneumothorax, X-ray
Tension pneumothorax, X-ray
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Knee replacement, X-ray
Knee replacement, X-ray
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