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abbreviation for rex or regina, ‘king’ or ‘queen’. The initial letter is used in proceedings, especially English criminal proceedings, to indicate that the Crown is the plaintiff or, more usually, prosecutor: R v. Haddock In Scotland, prosecutions run in the name of Her (or His) Majesty's Advocate, hence cases are cited HMAv. McFable.
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Just six months after Roentgen published his findings on X-rays, Alvaro successfully radio graphed two soldiers with forearm fractures and retained bullets.
Roentgen found he could cast shadows of objects hidden by opaque material, for example a leg bone normally not visible through the skin, onto photographic plates and develop them (in basically the same way we still take X-rays today).
Before the Roentgen ray this child would have either required extensive exploration or the foreign body would have been left in situ.
This was not just furniture made for the wealthy using the finest woods and marquetry artists available, there were certain other things which made Roentgen furniture astonishing, thus arousing the interest of the great European courts in France, Austria, Germany and Russia, (where Catherine the Great was always on the lookout for quality or novelty or both).
Atlas of normal roentgen variants that may simulate disease, 9th ed.
Elements 110 and 111, discovered in 1994, have been named darmstadtium (Ds) and roentgenium (Rg), after, respectively, the German town where they were first synthesized, and the discoverer of x-rays, Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen.
2 include the introduction of the 64-bit Ubuntu operating system, performance and speed enrichments, seamless interoperability with Roentgen Works advanced work flow tools such as ER Discordance, Urgent Findings and On Holds, and an improvement in the comparison tools for hanging protocols.
5 metric tonne Roentgen Satellite is due to hit Earth later this week.
In a systematic review, Roentgen, Gelderblom, Soede, & de Witte (2009) found only two such studies.
The paper aimed to evaluate informativeness, significance of ultrasound and roentgen contrasting methods of investigation in the patients with thrombosis of the IVC system.
This eye-watering selection of images, released yesterday, shows some of the most bizarre injuries caught on camera since German Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen invented X-rays in 1895.