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- On the original article by Ehsan Samei and Thomas Grist “Why physics in medicine” firstly published on the Journal of American College of Radiology (2018)Physica Medica: European Journal of Medical PhysicsVol. 64
- Preview“Radiology and physics have always had a symbiotic relationship”: this is Samei and Grist’s article incipit , and most people in the field would agree with that. There is also a general agreement on the fact that modern1 medical physics started its development after the discoveries of X-rays and natural radioactivity by the end of the XIXth century, the very same events that started a new medical discipline, presently named radiology.