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Defective lead aprons give themselves up to infrared light

16:05 EST 13 Nov 2017 | TriMed Media Group

Radiology researchers at Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C., have shown that infrared thermal testing is better than the human touch at finding wear spots and other defects in protective lead aprons.

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