First International Neuroradiological Congress

First Neuroradiology Congress

The invention of computed tomography is considered to be the greatest innovation in the field of radiology since the discovery of X-rays.

The first clinical CT scanners were installed between 1974 and 1976.
In 1979, G.N. Hounsfield and A.M. Cormack were awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for the invention of CT.

Today, CT is one of the most important methods of radiological diagnosis.
Nikola Tesla discovered the Rotating Magnetic Field in 1882 in Budapest, Hungary.

In 1937, Columbia University Professor Isidor I. Rabi working in the Pupin Physic Laboratory in Columbia University, New York City observed the quantum phenomenon ...  

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