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Radiography Collection

Radiography, the art of capturing hidden wonders through the lens of X-rays, unveils a captivating world beyond our naked eyes

Background imageRadiography Collection: Pillars of Creation

Pillars of Creation, combined Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope image. These towering columns are formed of interstellar hydrogen gas and dust

Background imageRadiography Collection: Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007 / 1981

Brain blood vessels, 3D angiogram C007 / 1981
Brain blood vessels. Coloured 3D lateral angiogram (blood vessel X-ray) of the blood vessels in the brain of a healthy 32-year-old

Background imageRadiography Collection: Panoramic dental X-ray

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

Background imageRadiography Collection: Lobster, X-ray

Lobster, X-ray
Lobster. Coloured X-ray of a common lobster (Homarus gammarus). This is a marine scavenger that inhabits the cool waters of the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is valued for its flesh

Background imageRadiography Collection: Broken wrist bone, X-ray C017 / 7187

Broken wrist bone, X-ray C017 / 7187
Broken wrist bone. X-ray of the hand of a 12 year old male with a fractured trapezium bone. The trapezium is the leftmost bone in the group of bones at the base of the bad

Background imageRadiography Collection: Horses skull

Horses skull, coloured X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeleton playing rugby

Skeleton playing rugby. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton running with a rugby ball

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeletons, X-ray artwork

Skeletons, X-ray artwork
Skeleton crowd. Computer X-ray artwork of a group of human skeletons viewed from the front

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeleton playing football

Skeleton playing football. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton bouncing a football off his knee

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeleton drinking, X-ray

Skeleton drinking, X-ray
Human skeleton walking. Computer artwork based on an X-ray of a full human skeleton walking. The 206 bones provide protection & structural support, and the joints allow locomotion

Background imageRadiography Collection: Poppy seed heads, X-ray

Poppy seed heads, X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Seahorse skeleton

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

Background imageRadiography 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 imageRadiography Collection: Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image

Cigar galaxy (M82), composite image
Cigar galaxy (M82). Combined optical, infrared and X-ray image of the Cigar galaxy (M82). This image was obtained by combining data from three of NASAs Great Observatories, found in Earth orbit

Background imageRadiography Collection: Knee joint prosthesis, X-ray

Knee joint prosthesis, X-ray
Knee joint replacement. Coloured X-ray of the knee of a 56 year old man (front view) showing an artificial (prosthetic) joint replacing the knee joint

Background imageRadiography 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 imageRadiography Collection: Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray

Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
Bending of the neck. Coloured X-ray of a side view of the neck of a man showing extension of healthy cervical vertebrae (bones)

Background imageRadiography Collection: Horse skull

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

Background imageRadiography Collection: Headache, X-ray artwork

Headache, X-ray artwork
Headache. Computer X-ray artwork of a lateral view of a human skull. The red area represents pain caused by a headache (cephalalgia)

Background imageRadiography Collection: Tendinitis of the shoulder, X-ray

Tendinitis of the shoulder, X-ray
Tendinitis of the shoulder. Coloured X-ray of the shoulder of a patient showing calcification (grainy patches) around the rotator cuff tendon (upper left)

Background imageRadiography Collection: Total hip replacement, X-ray

Total hip replacement, X-ray
Total hip replacement. Coloured frontal X-ray of a female pelvis with a total hip replacement (white, lower right). The replacement hip consists of a ball and shaft

Background imageRadiography Collection: Normal skull, X-ray

Normal skull, X-ray
Normal skull, coloured frontal 3D computed tomography (CT) scan

Background imageRadiography Collection: Fractured ankle, X-ray

Fractured ankle, X-ray
Fractured ankle. Coloured profile X-ray of a distal fibula fracture (upper centre). The fibula is the smaller leg bone running down from top centre. The larger bone is the tibia

Background imageRadiography Collection: Primate skulls

Primate skulls. Coloured x-rays of the skulls of a gorilla (Gorilla gorilla, left), chimpanzee (Pan trogoldytes, centre) and human (Homo sapien, left)

Background imageRadiography Collection: Tuberculosis, X-ray

Tuberculosis, X-ray
Tuberculosis. X-ray of the chest of a 25 year old male patient with pulmonary tuberculosis. Affected areas of the lungs (dark areas) are shown by grainy white patches

Background imageRadiography Collection: Spiral galaxy M81, composite image

Spiral galaxy M81, composite image. M81 is around 12 million light years from Earth, in the constellation of Ursa Major. It has a supermassive black hole at its centre

Background imageRadiography Collection: Person with a camera, X-ray

Person with a camera, X-ray
Person with a camera. Coloured, frontal X-ray of a person holding a camera (blue, left). The persons skull (centre) and neck bones (vertebrae, lower centre) can be seen

Background imageRadiography Collection: Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of a triggerfish (family Balistidae). Its name originates from its ability to erect the first two dorsal spines (upper left), which can then lock or unlock

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeleton from below, X-ray artwork

Skeleton from below, X-ray artwork
Skeleton. Computer x-ray artwork of a human skeleton viewed from below

Background imageRadiography Collection: Lobster, X-ray

Lobster, X-ray
Lobster. Coloured X-ray of a common lobster (Homarus gammarus). This is a marine scavenger that inhabits the cool waters of the north-eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is valued for its flesh

Background imageRadiography Collection: Skeleton playing football

Skeleton playing football. Computer enhanced X- ray of a skeleton kicking a football

Background imageRadiography Collection: Irregular heartbeat

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

Background imageRadiography Collection: Spoon swallowed by a dog, X-ray

Spoon swallowed by a dog, X-ray
Spoon swallowed by a dog, coloured X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Healthy ankle joint, X-ray

Healthy ankle joint, X-ray
Healthy ankle joint. Coloured profile X-ray of the left ankle of a 21 year old patient. Strapping around the ankle is visible on this X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Hands, X-ray

Hands, X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Amaryllis, X-ray

Amaryllis, X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Lisfranc fracture, X-ray

Lisfranc fracture, X-ray

Background imageRadiography Collection: Healthy knee, X-ray

Healthy knee, X-ray
Healthy knee. Coloured frontal (right) and profile (left) X-rays of the healthy knee of a 24 year old patient

Background imageRadiography Collection: Normal childs head, X-ray

Normal childs head, X-ray
Normal childs head. Coloured X-ray of the head of a 13 year old

Background imageRadiography Collection: X-ray Stiletto High-Heeled Shoe

X-ray Stiletto High-Heeled Shoe
Coloured X-ray of a female leg wearing Stiletto High-Heeled Shoe

Background imageRadiography Collection: Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan

Bacterial meningitis, MRI scan
Bacterial meningitis. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of an axial section through the brain of a 16-year-old patient

Background imageRadiography Collection: Sea fan, X-ray

Sea fan, X-ray
Sea fan coral. Coloured X-ray of a sea fan, or gorgonian. Sea fans are coral-like organisms that live in a large colony. Each organism, or polyp

Background imageRadiography Collection: Mobile phone use, X-ray

Mobile phone use, X-ray. The person at right is showing the other a picture (of a skull) on the mobile phone

Background imageRadiography Collection: Normal spine, X-ray

Normal spine, X-ray
Normal spine. Coloured profile X-ray showing bones of the spine (vertebrae, centre). The front of the body is at right. The ribs (upper right) and the pelvis (bottom) are also seen

Background imageRadiography Collection: Normal neck, X-ray

Normal neck, X-ray
Noraml neck. X-ray of the healthy cervical (neck) spine of a 29 year old male patient

Background imageRadiography Collection: Tension pneumothorax, X-ray

Tension pneumothorax, X-ray
Tension pneumothorax. X-ray of the chest of a patient with tension pneumothorax that has lead to soft-tissue emphysema. Tension pneumothorax is a progressive deterioration

Background imageRadiography Collection: Radiography Treatment

Radiography Treatment
Vichy: Radiography session

Background imageRadiography 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



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Radiography, the art of capturing hidden wonders through the lens of X-rays, unveils a captivating world beyond our naked eyes. Like the awe-inspiring "Pillars of Creation" in space, radiography allows us to explore intricate details within our own bodies and beyond. Delving into the depths of human anatomy, it reveals the delicate network of brain blood vessels with a mesmerizing 3D angiogram from 1981. A broken wrist bone is laid bare by an X-ray, showcasing both fragility and resilience in one image. Beyond humans, radiography takes us on a journey through nature's marvels. The majestic skull of a horse reminds us of their grace and strength. Meanwhile, even skeletons find joy as we witness one playing rugby - an unexpected twist that brings humor to this scientific art form. But radiography doesn't stop at living beings; it delves into dental health too. A panoramic dental X-ray captures every tooth's story while revealing potential issues lurking beneath the surface. Even marine life isn't spared from its gaze: an ethereal lobster appears ghostly yet beautiful when seen through an X-ray lens. The fusion between technology and humanity becomes evident as we encounter a person holding a camera captured in an X-ray frame – reminding us that even those behind the lens are not exempt from exploration. Intriguingly surreal images emerge as skeletons engage in activities typically associated with life: drinking or engaging in sports like rugby. These playful depictions remind us that there is always more than meets the eye when it comes to our inner structures. Radiography transcends earthly boundaries too; it ventures into outer space where composite images reveal spiral galaxy M81's cosmic dance among stars – merging science and art seamlessly together. From triggerfish to seahorses, radiography exposes intricate skeletal structures unseen under normal circumstances—reminding us that beauty exists even within what may seem ordinary or overlooked.