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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAPX
May 17, 2020
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth prepare patient Doreen Mount for an X-ray in the X-Ray department...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth prepare patient Doreen Mount for an X-ray in the X-Ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAPV
May 17, 2020
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth comfort a patient before an X-ray in the X-ray department...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth comfort a patient before an X-ray in the X-ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAPR
May 17, 2020
Patient Doreen Mount is comforted by a Radiologist in the X-ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
Patient Doreen Mount is comforted by a Radiologist in the X-ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAPP
May 17, 2020
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth prepare patient Doreen Mount for an X-ray in the X-Ray department...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
Radiologists Emma Parker and Gemma Ainsworth prepare patient Doreen Mount for an X-ray in the X-Ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAP0
May 17, 2020
A Radiologist comforts patient Doreen Mount before having an X-ray in the X-ray department at The Royal...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
A Radiologist comforts patient Doreen Mount before having an X-ray in the X-ray department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BELGIUM-HOSPITAL
RTX7F014
April 22, 2020
A radiologist shows infected lungs by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the CHR Centre Hospitalier...
Liege, Belgium
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Liege
A radiologist shows infected lungs by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the CHR Centre Hospitalier Regional de la Citadelle Hospital in Liege, Belgium, April 22, 2020. REUTERS/Yves Herman
USA-COAL/BLACKLUNG
RTX674F6
June 01, 2018
Dr. Brandon Crum (L) gathers information from former coal miner Don Pauley, who has black lung disease...
PIKEVILLE, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Coal lobby fights black-lung tax as disease rates surge
Dr. Brandon Crum (L) gathers information from former coal miner Don Pauley, who has black lung disease after working 33 years underground in mines, at United Medical Group in Pikeville, Kentucky, U.S., May 22, 2018. Dr. Crum, a fourth generation coal miner whose family members still mine coal, is the radiologist who first noticed the massive number of x-rays of complicated black lung in the region. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BLACK LUNG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-COAL/BLACKLUNG
RTX674F3
June 01, 2018
Binders and boxes store the large database of black lung cases and histories gathered by Dr. Brandon...
PIKEVILLE, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Coal lobby fights black-lung tax as disease rates surge
Binders and boxes store the large database of black lung cases and histories gathered by Dr. Brandon Crum at United Medical Group in Pikeville, Kentucky, U.S., May 22, 2018. Dr. Crum, a fourth generation coal miner whose family members still mine coal, is the radiologist who first noticed the massive number of x-rays of complicated black lung in the region and his black lung disease database tracks variables such as which vein miners worked, and the type of job they did. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BLACK LUNG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-COAL/BLACKLUNG
RTX674F2
June 01, 2018
Radiological technician Mark Davis looks at the chest x-ray of retired coal miner James Marcum, who has...
St. Charles, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Coal lobby fights black-lung tax as disease rates surge
Radiological technician Mark Davis looks at the chest x-ray of retired coal miner James Marcum, who has complicated black lung disease, at the Stone Mountain Health Services in St. Charles, Virginia, U.S., May 18, 2018. According to Davis, there are no digital x-ray machines in the county, except at a veterinary clinic, so the x-ray film has to be sent to a radiologist to be read, adding weeks to the process of diagnosis. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BLACK LUNG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
USA-COAL/BLACKLUNG
RTX674ES
June 01, 2018
Dr. Brandon Crum explains chest x-rays to former coal miner Wade Pauley, who has black lung disease after...
PIKEVILLE, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Coal lobby fights black-lung tax as disease rates surge
Dr. Brandon Crum explains chest x-rays to former coal miner Wade Pauley, who has black lung disease after working 33 years underground in mines, at the United Medical Group in Pikeville, Kentucky, U.S., May 22, 2018. Dr. Crum, a fourth generation coal miner whose family members still mine coal, is the radiologist who first noticed the recent massive number of x-rays of complicated black lung in the region. REUTERS/Brian Snyder SEARCH "BLACK LUNG" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SANOFI-STRATEGY/R-D
RTS11NHK
March 06, 2017
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President...
Paris, France
Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker...
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker Sanofi, poses at the company's headquarters in Paris, France, March 3, 2017. Picture March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
SANOFI-STRATEGY/R-D
RTS11NGQ
March 06, 2017
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President...
Paris, France
Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker...
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker Sanofi, poses at the company's headquarters in Paris, France, March 3, 2017. Picture March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
SANOFI-STRATEGY/R-D
RTS11NGP
March 06, 2017
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President...
Paris, France
Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker...
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker Sanofi, poses at the company's headquarters in Paris, France, March 3, 2017. Picture March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
SANOFI-STRATEGY/R-D
RTS11NGN
March 06, 2017
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President...
Paris, France
Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker...
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker Sanofi, poses at the company's headquarters in Paris, France, March 3, 2017. Picture March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
SANOFI-STRATEGY/R-D
RTS11NGK
March 06, 2017
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President...
Paris, France
Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker...
Physician, scientist, radiologist and biomedical engineer Elias Zerhouni, Scientific Advisor and President Global Research and Development of French drugmaker Sanofi, poses at the company's headquarters in Paris, France, March 3, 2017. Picture March 3, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-ELECTION/SARKOZY
RTSOGH7
September 19, 2016
Radiologists take pictures as Nicolas Sarkozy, former head of the Les Republicains political party, visits...
FRANCONVILLE, France
Radiologists take pictures as Nicolas Sarkozy, former head of the Les Republicains political party, visits...
Radiologists take pictures as Nicolas Sarkozy, former head of the Les Republicains political party, visits a radiology center in Franconville, as part of his campaign for the French conservative presidential primary, September 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
POMPEII-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54WP
October 19, 2015
A shoe-clad foot is seen sticking out of a plaster cast mould of a Pompeii victim, at the laboratory...
Pompeii, Italy
A shoe-clad foot is seen sticking out of a plaster cast mould of a Pompeii victim, at the laboratory...
A shoe-clad foot is seen sticking out of a plaster cast mould of a Pompeii victim, at the laboratory in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEII-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54WO
October 19, 2015
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim is catalogued in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii,...
Pompeii, Italy
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim is catalogued in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii...
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim is catalogued in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54Q1
October 19, 2015
Elastic holds pieces of bone and plaster together after restoration work in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii,...
Pompeii, Italy
Elastic holds pieces of bone and plaster together after restoration work in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii,...
Elastic holds pieces of bone and plaster together after restoration work in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54Q0
October 19, 2015
Researchers carry the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they prepare to...
Pompeii, Italy
Researchers carry the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they prepare to...
Researchers carry the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they prepare to run his body through a CAT (Computerised Axial Tomography) scan in Pompeii, September 29, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54PW
October 19, 2015
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October...
Pompeii, Italy
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54PR
October 19, 2015
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October...
Pompeii, Italy
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii
The plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54PM
October 19, 2015
A restorer works to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of...
Pompeii, Italy
Plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii
A restorer works to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of the victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption in A.D. 79, which buried Pompeiii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54PG
October 19, 2015
A plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October...
Pompeii, Italy
Plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii
A plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54PA
October 19, 2015
Tourists look down an ancient Roman cobbled street at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii, October...
Pompeii, Italy
Tourists look down an ancient Roman cobbled street at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii,
Tourists look down an ancient Roman cobbled street at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54P7
October 19, 2015
The[ plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October...
Pompeii, Italy
The[ plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii,
The[ plaster cast of a Pompeii victim lies in a frescoed room in the ancient Roman city, Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54LN
October 19, 2015
A plaster cast mould of a boy from an ancient Roman city is studied through a CAT (Computerised Axial...
Pompeii, Italy
A plaster cast mould of a boy from an ancient Roman city is studied through a CAT (Computerised Axial...
A plaster cast mould of a boy from an ancient Roman city is studied through a CAT (Computerised Axial Tomography) scan in Pompeii, September 29, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54LM
October 19, 2015
Restorers work to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of...
Pompeii, Italy
Restorers work to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of...
Restorers work to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of the victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption in A.D. 79, which buried Pompeii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54LE
October 19, 2015
A restorer works to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of...
Pompeii, Italy
A restorer works to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of...
A restorer works to piece together fragments of bodies that have come away from plaster cast moulds of the victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption in A.D. 79, which buried Pompeiii, October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54LC
October 19, 2015
Researchers prepare the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they put the...
Pompeii, Italy
Researchers prepare the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they put the...
Researchers prepare the plaster cast mould of a Roman boy from an ancient Roman city as they put the body through a CAT (Computerised Axial Tomography) scan in Pompeii, September 29, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
POMPEI-PLASTER CAST/SCANNER
RTS54L9
October 19, 2015
Plaster cast moulds of victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption lie on a display table in a laboratory...
Pompeii, Italy
Plaster cast moulds of victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption lie on a display table in a laboratory...
Plaster cast moulds of victims of the Mount Vesuvius eruption lie on a display table in a laboratory at Pompeii October 13, 2015. An expert team made up of archaeologists, radiologists, orthodontists and anthropologists began on September 2015 to use CAT scan technology (computerised axial tomography) to peer inside the plaster cast moulds of Pompeii's victims, in a study that has added more detail to previous findings. A 16-layer scan had to be used in order to penetrate the hardened plaster but the results showed up impressive skeletal remains and near perfect teeth. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-FOOTBALL-CONCUSSION
RTX17D2Q
January 14, 2014
University of Florida radiologist Keith Peters holds a fluid-filled pouch next to a replica human skull...
Gainesville, UNITED STATES
Keith Peters holds a fluid-filled pouch next to a replica human skull at the University of Florida in...
University of Florida radiologist Keith Peters holds a fluid-filled pouch next to a replica human skull that, his research partner's tests show, protect the brain from shearing force of hits on helmets in their lab at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, January 13, 2014. Subhash and Peters believe they have come up with a low-cost way to improve football helmets and better protect players against the glancing blows that experts say contribute to most concussions - fluid-filled pouches for football helmets to prevent concussions. REUTERS/Steve Johnson (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SPORT FOOTBALL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE/
RTR3A0O3
November 05, 2012
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
Nice, France
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology center in Nice, November 5, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE/
RTR3A0O1
November 05, 2012
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
Nice, France
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology center in Nice, November 5, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE/
RTR3A0NZ
November 05, 2012
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
Nice, France
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology...
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at a radiology center in Nice, November 5, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
HAITI/
RTXTTM6
October 25, 2010
Haitian radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain looks through medical supplies on a landing at Centre Hospitalier...
Port Au Prince, Haiti
To match Special Report HAITI/
Haitian radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain looks through medical supplies on a landing at Centre Hospitalier du Sacre-Coeur, also known as CDTI, in downtown Port-au-Prince October 8, 2010. Time after time, Haiti has endured disaster followed by aid that did little to build long-term prosperity. The question is how to break the cycle and rebuild after the quake which killed at least a quarter of a million people and rendered more than a million homeless, leaving vast swathes of Port-au-Prince in ruins. On April 1, owner Savain was forced to close CDTI because neither the Haitian nor U.S. governments, nor the United Nations, would agree to help pay his bills. Picture taken October 8. To match Special Report HAITI/ REUTERS/Allison Shelley (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER BUSINESS HEALTH)
HAITI/
RTXTTM0
October 25, 2010
Haitian radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain looks through medical supplies on a landing at Centre Hospitalier...
Port Au Prince, Haiti
To match Special Report HAITI/
Haitian radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain looks through medical supplies on a landing at Centre Hospitalier du Sacre-Coeur, also known as CDTI, in downtown Port-au-Prince October 8, 2010. Time after time, Haiti has endured disaster followed by aid that did little to build long-term prosperity. The question is how to break the cycle and rebuild after the quake which killed at least a quarter of a million people and rendered more than a million homeless, leaving vast swathes of Port-au-Prince in ruins. On April 1, owner Savain was forced to close CDTI because neither the Haitian nor U.S. governments, nor the United Nations, would agree to help pay his bills. Picture taken October 8. To match Special Report HAITI/ REUTERS/Allison Shelley (HAITI - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER BUSINESS HEALTH)
HAITI/
RTXTTLO
October 25, 2010
Radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain stands in the parking lot of Centre Hospitalier du Sacre-Coeur, also known...
Port Au Prince, Haiti
To match Special Report HAITI/
Radiologist Dr. Reynold Savain stands in the parking lot of Centre Hospitalier du Sacre-Coeur, also known as CDTI, in downtown Port-au-Prince October 8, 2010. Time after time, Haiti has endured disaster followed by aid that did little to build long-term prosperity. The question is how to break the cycle and rebuild after the quake which killed at least a quarter of a million people and rendered more than a million homeless, leaving vast swathes of Port-au-Prince in ruins. On April 1, owner Savain was forced to close CDTI because neither the Haitian nor U.S. governments, nor the United Nations, would agree to help pay his bills. Picture taken October 8. To match Special Report HAITI/ REUTERS/Allison Shelley (HAITI - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS HEALTH)
INDIA/
RTXC2SU
February 25, 2009
A radiologist covers the face of a cancer patient before operating a computerised linear accelerator...
Siliguri, India
Radiologist covers the face of a cancer patient in hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri
A radiologist covers the face of a cancer patient before operating a computerised linear accelerator machine for radiation treatment at the North Bengal Oncology Center, a cancer hospital, on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri February 25, 2009. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXC2SK
February 25, 2009
Radiologists examine a cancer patient before operating a computerised linear accelerator machine for...
Siliguri, India
Radiologists examine cancer patient in hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri
Radiologists examine a cancer patient before operating a computerised linear accelerator machine for radiation treatment at the North Bengal Oncology Center, a cancer hospital, on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri February 25, 2009. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXC2SF
February 25, 2009
A woman undergoes a mammography examination, an X-ray of the breasts used to detect tumours, as part...
Siliguri, India
Woman undergoes a mammography examination in a hospital on the outskirts of Siliguri
A woman undergoes a mammography examination, an X-ray of the breasts used to detect tumours, as part of a regular cancer prevention medical check-up at the North Bengal Oncology Center, a cancer hospital, on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri February 25, 2009. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXC2S9
February 25, 2009
A radiologist examines the brain X-rays of a patient who underwent a cancer prevention medical check-up...
Siliguri, India
Radiologist examines brain X-rays of a patient at North Bengal Oncology Center on the outskirts of Siliguri...
A radiologist examines the brain X-rays of a patient who underwent a cancer prevention medical check-up at the North Bengal Oncology Center, a cancer hospital, on the outskirts of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri February 25, 2009. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8UM
April 08, 2008
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise...
Marseille, France
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare...
A radiologist prepares to study images from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
Marseille, France
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
Marseille, France
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
Marseille, France
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
A radiologist studies an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
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April 08, 2008
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital...
Marseille, France
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in...
Radiologists study an image from a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1Z8TO
April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 08, 2008
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France,...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille
A radiologist examines X-rays of a patient at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, April 8, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
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April 03, 2008
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a cancer prevention medical check-up at the Ambroise Pare...
Marseille, France
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a cancer prevention medical check-up at the Ambroise Pare...
A radiologist examines breast X-rays after a cancer prevention medical check-up at the Ambroise Pare hospital in Marseille, southern France, on April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE)
GERMANY
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October 17, 2006
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the...
Munich, Germany
Radiologist Reiser and nuclear physician Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEP6
October 17, 2006
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the...
Munich, Germany
Radiologist Reiser and nuclear physician Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEP3
October 17, 2006
Radiologists Christoph Timm (L) and Maximilian Reiser operate on a cancer patient with the new radiation...
Munich, Germany
Radiologists Timm and Reiser operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumors...
Radiologists Christoph Timm (L) and Maximilian Reiser operate on a cancer patient with the new radiation treatment for liver tumours, called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
INDONESIA
RTR1E0ED
June 02, 2006
Radiologist Shoji Kurashima (C) from Tokyo checks the leg of an injured woman inside a clinic tent in...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Radiologist Kurashima from Tokyo checks leg of injured woman inside clinic tent in Bantul
Radiologist Shoji Kurashima (C) from Tokyo checks the leg of an injured woman inside a clinic tent in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of earthquake-hit Yogyakarta, June 2, 2006. REUTERS/Crack Palinggi (INDONESIA)
UKRAINE
RTRR31K
September 15, 1999
Members of the international mobile radiological laboratories measure soil radioactivity near Ukraine's...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGISTS CONTROL SOIL RADIATION.
Members of the international mobile radiological laboratories measure soil radioactivity near Ukraine's troubled Chernobyl nuclear plant September 15. Twenty-three mobile laboratories from Austria, Germany, Slovakia, France, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Ukraine take part in international exercises of radiologists, preparing to fight calamities like Chernobyl's in 1986.

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UKRAINE
RTRR30D
September 15, 1999
Members of the international mobile radiological laboratories measure soil radioactivity near Ukraine's...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
INTERNATIONAL RADIOLOGISTS CONTROL SOIL RADIATION.
Members of the international mobile radiological laboratories measure soil radioactivity near Ukraine's troubled Chernobyl nuclear plant September 15. Twenty-three mobile laboratories from Austria, Germany, Slovakia, France, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Ukraine took part in the international exercises of radiologists, preparing to fight calamities like Chernobyl's in 1986.

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