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This book deals with a study of the alimentary tract in health and disease by means of special roentgenologic technic. A watery suspension of barium, much thinner than is ordinarily used, is employed in outlining the folds of the various portions of the alimentary canal, producing a relief pattern based on normal and pathologic anatomy and physiology. The technical considerations also include special attachments to the x-ray apparatus, and unusual care in fluoroscopy and plate taking. There are many beautiful illustrations of normal and pathologic conditions taken with this method. There is also a correlation between the roentgenologic observations and postmortem studies. The book is to be highly recommended to any one interested in disease of the alimentary tract, especially the roentgenologic aspect.
Röntgenuntersuchungen am Innenrelief des Verdauungskanals: Ein Beitrag zur klinischen Röntgendiagnostik insbesondere von Entzündung, Geschwür und Krebs. JAMA. 1932;98(15):1327. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730410091039
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