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A brief overview of how x-rays are used in medicine and forms part of teachers resources for medical physics.
A brief overview of how MRI works and forms part of teachers resources for medical physics.
A page describing this method of medical imaging which can provide three dimensional pictures of blood vessels.
This site is part of a text book explaining MRI. The page has links to the rest of the medical museum at the university of Iowa.
NASA overview on x-rays describing what they are and how they can be used for x-ray astronomy and medical imaging.
A page giving numerous example of the medical applications of nanotechnology, from drug delivery to imaging.
A web site explaining the basics of SPECT. There are no images to view but the site links back to a medical imaging homepage which explains other techniques.
This Shockwave simulation lets you see how imaging techniques can let you see inside an object (such as the human body or an alien!) Subscription required but with 30 day free trial.
The site gives a short history of infrared thermal imaging, including some of the latest developments. Of interest to photographers as well as of direct use for physics students.
A brief description of how Night Vision works using image enhancenment or thermal imaging, from Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. A good overview of the use of infrared imaging and its applications.
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