Physics With Friends – Radiology Physics Made Easy!Radiology Physics With F.R.I.E.N.D.SThe quest for any kind of Gyan or knowledge is often fraught with unexpected challenges and this is especially true when we attempt to achieve mastery over a specific area of radiology – Radiophysics. Radiophysics is misunderstood not just because it can be fairly complicated but also because it is difficult to understand its application in daily clinical practice. For most of us, trying to wade too deep into the muddy waters of radiophysics is subjected to the law of diminishing returns. Since we too have suffered at the hands of physics, our team here at Radiogyan, decided to see if we couldn’t make physics slightly more palatable.The product of several brainstorming sessions resulted in an unexpected union between Radiophysics and the popular American Sitcom FRIENDS (The F.R.I.E.N.D.S theme song starts playing in the background). So if you’re a fan of Joey, Ross, and Chandler, get ready because you are about to see them say some pretty rad stuff! The first section covers the X-ray tube and we will cover the entirety of X-ray physics in the subsequent posts. We hope this is useful and you guys have as much fun learning about X-ray physics as we had to create this!Pilot – The One with The X-Ray TubeA Project By #TeamGyan!Concept: Team RadioGyanWriter: Dr. Devpriyo PalIllustrations : Dr. Disha Lokhandwala and Dr. Bhargavi SovaniShare this with your friends and colleagues on social media! Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Found an error in the post? Please let us know in the comments below or contact us and we will update it with due credits!Related Posts ↓ 📧 Radiology Newsletter↓ Get Updates and Exclusive Radiology Content Don't worry, I hate spam too! Yes, Sign me up! About the AuthorDr. Amar Udare, MD, DNB Dr. Amar Udare is a board-certified radiologist. He is currently working as a fellow radiologist at McMaster University, Canada. He has a passion for teaching (#FOAMrad and #FOAMed) and has been a semi-finalist for the 2018 and 2020 Aunt-Minnie Most effective Radiology Educator Awards. He has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications which can be accessed on PubMed and Google Scholar.