Which of the following is NOT applicable to the public reaction to Roentgen's
a. Some thought this was a new and more advanced kind of photography.
b. Some worried that the new photography was not entirely proper as it could
penetrate clothing, possibly revealing private parts without the subject
c. Some worried about possible health risks resulting from exposure to the
d. Some scientists had the vision to appreciate the potential benefits of this new
e. Some believed the use of x-rays permitted a more direct means of
In the early days, x-ray sittings were conducted by photographers and by
___________________ as a hobby.
a. X-ray technologists.
c. Members of the press.
In 1896, __________________________________________________were
using x-rays in order to localize bullets and diagnose fractures.
a. Scientists conducting controlled experiments in Italy and England.
b. Physicians in private practice in the United States.
c. Military physicians stationed in Italy and England.
d. Health care providers working in Eastern Europe, Asia, and Hawaii.