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The first edition of this study, published seven years ago, has been completely revised and the newer methods are included. New chapters on such subjects as gastric syphilis and gastritis and additional material on diaphragmatic hernia and pyloric stenosis have made the work complete. The publication is in two large volumes, one of 252 double pages on the stomach and a volume of 114 double pages on the duodenum. A complete description of the methods of fluoroscopic examination used by the authors is given. These methods are essentially the same as are being used in the better clinics of this country, with emphasis especially on the observations in both upright and horizontal positions and in the various oblique and tilted positions. The authors have also used the introduction of a mixture of barium sulphate solution and air into the stomach to good advantage in bringing out questionable lesions that
Radiologie clinique du tube digestif. JAMA. 1935;105(3):224–225. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760290058027
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