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Radiograph Collection

"Unveiling the Hidden World: Exploring Radiographs Beyond the Ordinary" Step into a captivating realm where radiographs reveal secrets hidden beneath our very eyes

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Panoramic dental X-ray

Panoramic dental X-ray showing all the teeth in the upper and lower jaws

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Seahorse skeleton

Seahorse skeleton. Coloured x-ray of a seahorse (Hippocampus sp.). Seahorse populations are under threat due to the fishing industry

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Normal foot, X-ray

Normal foot, X-ray
Normal foot. Coloured X-ray of a healthy human foot seen from the top (antero-posterior or dorso- plantar projection). The foot comprises 26 bones and two sesamoid bones (not seen)

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Human skull, X-ray

Human skull, X-ray
Human skull. Coloured X-ray of a sagittal section through a human skull. The skull has been sliced in half down the centre, revealing details of the internal structures

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Horse skull

Horse skull (Equus caballus), side view X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Bunions, X-ray

Bunions, X-ray
Bunions. Coloured X-ray of an elderly womans deformed inward-turning toes due to bunions (orange, lower centre). This deformity (hallux valgus) is caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Irregular heartbeat

Irregular heartbeat. Conceptual image of a chest X-ray overlaid with an electrocardiogram (heart monitor) trace showing extrasystole

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp. ), coloured X-ray

Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp. ), coloured X-ray
Oriental stargazer lily (Lilium sp.), coloured X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Leg in stiletto shoe MRI style, X-ray

Leg in stiletto shoe MRI style, X-ray
Leg in stiletto shoe, coloured MRI style X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Peony head (Paeonia sp. ), X-ray

Peony head (Paeonia sp. ), X-ray
Peony head (Paeonia sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Yoka star turban shell

Yoka star turban shell (Guildfordia yoka). Coloured X-ray showing the spiral, branched shell of this marine snail which is found in the Pacific Ocean from Japan to the Philippines

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Parsley (Petroselinum crispum), X-ray

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Tulip (Tulipa sp. ), X-ray

Tulip (Tulipa sp. ), X-ray
Tulip (Tulipa sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Gladiolus, X-ray

Gladiolus, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Gum tree (Eucalyptus cinerea), X-ray

Gum tree (Eucalyptus cinerea), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Circuit board man

Circuit board man

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Spring train, X-ray

Spring train, X-ray
Spring train. X-ray showing the mechanism inside a toy train

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Spring train, X-ray

Spring train, X-ray
Spring train. X-ray showing the mechanism inside a toy train

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Snowman toy, simulated X-ray

Snowman toy, simulated X-ray
Snowman toy. Simulated X-ray of a novelty snowman toy. The mechanism of cogs and electronics inside the toy causes it to play music and move

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Person serving tennis ball, X-ray

Person serving tennis ball, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Michaelmas daisy (Aster amellus) flower head, X-ray

Michaelmas daisy (Aster amellus) flower head, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Peony (Paeonia sp. ), X-ray

Peony (Paeonia sp. ), X-ray
Peony (Paeonia sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Gardenia head from above, X-ray

Gardenia head from above, X-ray
Gardenia sp. head from above, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Radiograph used by Titanic officer Harold Godfrey Lowe

Radiograph used by Titanic officer Harold Godfrey Lowe
White Star Line, RMS Titanic - Henry Hughes & Son boxed radiograph used by Fifth Officer Harold Godfrey Lowe. 10 inches. Date: early 20th century

Background imageRadiograph Collection: High-heels, X-ray

High-heels, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X Ray of a fish c. 1890

X Ray of a fish c. 1890
3501927 X Ray of a fish c.1890 by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Rontgen Rays in War (b / w photo)

Rontgen Rays in War (b / w photo)
1063907 Rontgen Rays in War (b/w photo) by English photographer, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rontgen Rays in War)

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X-ray had proven useful in World War One, for locating bullets

X-ray had proven useful in World War One, for locating bullets and foreign bodies in wounded men and also detection of any contraband

Background imageRadiograph Collection: New Ideas for using X-Rays for Medical use WWI

New Ideas for using X-Rays for Medical use WWI
Used in the British, French and Russian military hospitals the Kompact, apparatus, to find foreign bodies in wounded soldiers

Background imageRadiograph Collection: An early X-ray photo of frogs by Joseph Maria Eder. 1896 (photogravure)

An early X-ray photo of frogs by Joseph Maria Eder. 1896 (photogravure)
746718 An early X-ray photo of frogs by Joseph Maria Eder. 1896 (photogravure) by Austrian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X Ray of a childs hand c. 1890

X Ray of a childs hand c. 1890
3501926 X Ray of a childs hand c.1890 by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X Ray of an ankle c. 1890

X Ray of an ankle c. 1890
3501925 X Ray of an ankle c.1890 by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Eelctricity in diagnosis (b / w photo)

Eelctricity in diagnosis (b / w photo)
6013612 Eelctricity in diagnosis (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Eelctricity in diagnosis)

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X Ray of a fractured wrist c. 1890

X Ray of a fractured wrist c. 1890
3501929 X Ray of a fractured wrist c.1890 by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageRadiograph Collection: X Ray of a human torso c. 1890

X Ray of a human torso c. 1890
3501928 X Ray of a human torso c.1890 by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Cow parsley (Petroselinum crispum), X-ray

Cow parsley (Petroselinum crispum), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Honeycomb, X-ray

Honeycomb, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos sp. ), X-ray

Kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos sp. ), X-ray
Kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Two tulips, X-ray

Two tulips, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Two alliums, X-ray

Two alliums, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Mountain ash (Sorbus rosaceae), X-ray

Mountain ash (Sorbus rosaceae), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Beech leaves (Fagus sp. ), X-ray

Beech leaves (Fagus sp. ), X-ray
Beech leaves (Fagus sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Two green fig (Ficus carica) leaves overlapping, X-ray

Two green fig (Ficus carica) leaves overlapping, X-ray
Two green fig (Ficus carica) leaves overlapping, coloured X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Wild flower (Anemone sp. ), X-ray

Wild flower (Anemone sp. ), X-ray
Wild flower (Anemone sp.), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Camellia, X-ray

Camellia, X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Fern (Davallia mariessii), X-ray

Fern (Davallia mariessii), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Dried lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum), X-ray

Dried lisianthus (Eustoma grandiflorum), X-ray

Background imageRadiograph Collection: Lupin (Lupinus sp. ), X-ray

Lupin (Lupinus sp. ), X-ray
Lupin (Lupinus sp.), X-ray



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"Unveiling the Hidden World: Exploring Radiographs Beyond the Ordinary" Step into a captivating realm where radiographs reveal secrets hidden beneath our very eyes. From panoramic dental X-rays capturing intricate details of teeth to seahorse skeletons showcasing nature's delicate beauty, these images offer a glimpse into the mesmerizing world of radiography. Delving deeper, we encounter an ordinary foot transformed by an extraordinary X-ray, exposing its inner structure with remarkable precision. A human skull emerges from darkness, unveiling its intricate contours and reminding us of our mortality. Meanwhile, a horse skull stands as a testament to strength and grace in both life and death. But it doesn't stop there - bunions caught on an X-ray remind us that even seemingly small imperfections can leave their mark. In another twist, irregular heartbeats are captured through this powerful imaging technique, shedding light on conditions that affect millions worldwide. Shifting gears towards artistry within science, we witness an MRI-style X-ray revealing a leg adorned in stiletto shoes – merging fashion with medical technology in stunning detail. Parsley springs to life under the gaze of radiographic vision while tulips and gladiolus showcase their vibrant petals through translucent layers. And finally, behold the Oriental stargazer lily – its ethereal beauty enhanced by colored X-rays that transform it into a work of art beyond imagination. Radiographs have transcended mere diagnostic tools; they have become windows into worlds unseen. As we explore these captivating images together, let us marvel at the wonders revealed by this incredible fusion of science and artistry.