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Title: The Roentgen rays in medicine and surgery as an aid in diagnosis and as a therapeutic agent; designed for the use of practitioners and students
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Williams, Francis H. (Francis Henry), 1852-1936
Subjects: Radiotherapy Radiography Radiography, Thoracic
Publisher: New York : The Macmillan Company London, Macmillan & Co., ltd.
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an the other. The length of theexposure, as in ordinary photographs, must be adapted to the amountof light which the plate receives from the desired object. Sinus. —The extent of a sinus may be recognized by means of theX-rays, by injecting into it a paste made of subnitrate of bismuth ; thepaste should be thin enough to flow easily. It may be injected througha piston syringe. CHAPTER XVIII DEVELOPMENT OF THE SKELETON. CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. frontal cavities, muscleDevelopment of the Skeleton The following cut is given to show how well the osseous portions ofthe skeleton may be seen even during foetal life ; but since the develop-ment of the skeleton has been studied and discussed with great care,and beautiful reproductions of X-ray photographs made by Dr. Lam-bertz,^ it is superfluous to do more than refer the reader to his work onthis subject. Epiphysis. — The X-rays are of assistance in pointing out delayedunion of the epiphyses, and when we are familiar with the appearances

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Fig. 241. Foetus. (Size of original.) to be expected of the epiphyses at different ages, that is to say, whenwe have made a physiological scale, we may find that we have gaineda method of estimating the general condition of younger patients inregard to their development. Atlas der normalen u. path. Anat. in typ. Roentgenbildern, Lucas Grafe & Sillem, Ham-burg, 1900. 459 46o THE ROENTGEN RAYS IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY

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Image taken from page 81 of ‘Where to buy at Weston-super-Mare. An illustrated local trades’ review. By the Editor of the “Agents’ Guide” … with illustrations of the West of England’
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Title: "Where to buy at Weston-super-Mare. An illustrated local trades’ review. By the Editor of the “Agents’ Guide” … with illustrations of the West of England", "Appendix"
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10368.k.41."
Page: 81
Place of Publishing: Brighton
Date of Publishing: 1890
Publisher: Robinson, Son & Pike
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 003897867

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