X-rays and Gamma rays are electromagnetic radiation of exactly the same nature as light, but of much shorter wavelength. X-ray films for general radiography consist of an emulsion-gelatin containing radiation sensitive silver halide crystals, such as silver bromide or silver chloride, and a flexible, transparent, blue-tinted base. Incidence of first MTP joint OA was calculated at the subject level and was defined by having a La Trobe Foot Atlas grade of 0 or 1 of both OPs and JSN at year 6 and a grade of ≥2 for OPs or JSN at year 23. 1937 – First practical rotating anode tubes were manufactured Nitske, Robert W., The Life of W. C. Röntgen, Discoverer of the X-Ray, University of Arizona Press, 1971. Energy not absorbed by the object causes exposure of the radiographic film. improved x-ray films and automatic film processors; and improved or specialized radiographic techniques. The first commenced with the discovery of x-Rays by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen in 1895 and the second with the announcement by Marie Curie, in December of 1898, that the demonstrated the existence of a new radioactive material called "Radium". It involves a prospective cohort that originally comprised 1,003 women ages 45–64 years from a general practice in Chingford, London, UK. A radiographic technician produces a film of inspected area that acts as a record verifying inspection. Although previously observed in hand OA, the discordance in right‐left findings for osteophyte development and joint space narrowing observed in the first MTP joint over time has not been described previously. 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She suspected that a uranium ore known as pitchblende contained other radioactive elements. 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