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This book contains a collection of articles appearing in the May and June 1951 numbers of Minerva Pediatrica; abstracts of these articles have appeared in the American Journal of Diseases of Children The authors are members of the radiology and clinical pediatric staffs of the University of Genoa.
A technique for stratigraphy has been worked out in the x-ray laboratory in which the x-rays are focused on a given horizontal plane of the body from an angle, the film and the patient both being rotated during the exposure. Thus pictures of various parts of the body can be obtained. There are presented some excellent illustrations from films which show horizontal x-ray views of various levels of the body trunk; they visualize pathology in congenital malformations of the heart and great vessels, of the anterior and posterior mediastinum and thymus, and of the pancreas, the bladder, and other abdominal organs. There
Applicazioni della stratigrafia assiale trasversa in pediatria. AMA Am J Dis Child. 1953;86(3):391. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1953.02050080401012
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