Luis Pérez
More ideas from Luis
“Santo Domingo de Silos”, 1474-1477, Bartolomé Bermejo.Considerada como una obra maestra de la pintura española del siglo XV, la ejecución del “Santo Domingo de Silos” costó a su autor, Bartolomé Bermejo, incluso la excomunión. Si bien contrata la finalización de la obra en 1477, el pintor solamente entrega la tabla central, motivo por el que recibe sentencia de excomunión; no obstante Bermejo se compromete a culminar el banco, las calles laterales y el ático en los meses sucesivos.la manera…

“Santo Domingo de Silos”, 1474-1477, Bartolomé Bermejo.Considerada como una obra maestra de la pintura española del siglo XV, la ejecución del “Santo Domingo de Silos” costó a su autor, Bartolomé Bermejo, incluso la excomunión. Si bien contrata la finalización de la obra en 1477, el pintor solamente entrega la tabla central, motivo por el que recibe sentencia de excomunión; no obstante Bermejo se compromete a culminar el banco, las calles laterales y el ático en los meses sucesivos.la manera…

Betatron Reference: Photo Courtesy of Medical Physics Unit, Queen Mary Hospital

Betatron Reference: Photo Courtesy of Medical Physics Unit, Queen Mary Hospital

Hall Radiation Center was established in 1956. It offered the first cancer treatment west of the Mississippi River (by one of only six cobalt therapy machines in the U.S. at the time). It was established through the generosity of Margaret and Howard Hall, long-time supporters of Mercy.

Hall Radiation Center was established in 1956. It offered the first cancer treatment west of the Mississippi River (by one of only six cobalt therapy machines in the U.S. at the time). It was established through the generosity of Margaret and Howard Hall, long-time supporters of Mercy.

1961 Cobalt IGRT.jpg

The history of radiotherapy in the Netherlands Cancer Institute.

1955: A rotating cobalt machine swinging around the body of a patient, attacking cancerous tumors. | www.eklectica.in

A physician adjusts the beam path of the volt Deep Therapy X-Ray Machine used to treat cancer at the Francis Delafield Hospital in New York City.

A therapy unit installed at the Oak Ridge hospital in 1955 used a source of radioactive cesium-137 to kill diseased tissue, allowing maximum dose of radiation to a cancerous area and minimizing effects to healthy tissue elsewhere. The hospital, was one of the nation's early centers for nuclear medicine. (AP Photo/ Oak Ridge Associated Universities) #

A therapy unit installed at the Oak Ridge hospital in 1955 used a source of radioactive to kill diseased tissue, allowing maximum dose of radiation to the cancerous area and minimizing effects to healthy tissue elsewhere.

Patient with linear accelerator | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The original of this image is part of the Stanford University Medical Center Records (MSS at the Stanford Medical History Center.

Unidentified persons with linear accelerator | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The original of this image is part of the Stanford University Medical Center Records (MSS at the Stanford Medical History Center.

A career is not an earning path, it's a learning path: how to tell people what you do for a living

How to tell people what you do for a living: the point isn't to impress anyone; the important thing is to feel comfortable with your answer.