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of the fluoroscope, where bypressure on a button under the thumb thecurrent is cut off. enabling you to studythe soft structures, and when the desiredillumination is gotten cut off the currentand repeat at will. I understand that the theoretical consider-ation of a topic has much less weightthan its practical discussion: for that reason, to illustrate the surgical flexibility of thefluoroscope. I quote the following cases: Case 16. Mr. F. Grand Forks. NorthDakota. Referred to me by Dr. WalterCourtney. of Brainard. Mr. F. was sentto him with a medical diagnosis of rheumatism.Dr. C. believed a bullet in the knee joint, as the man had been shot in the thigh inthe early fall. Fluoroscope exposed smallbullet in the knee joint. Skiagraph takenand sent along with the patient back tohis surgeon. THE AMERICAN X-RAY JOURNAL. Case iS. Mr. 15. in September. 1896, shot himself in left foot, necessitatingamputation oi great toe; foot torn. Dis- Text Appearing After Image: ease 16. Bullet
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sinus continued for some time.Fluoroscope exposed five big shot andfracture oi second and 3rd metatarsalbones. Two of the shot got rid of. Case 19. Mr. S. brakeman. shot in leftelbow: wound probed, however no bullet discovered: thought to be imbedded in forearm.Fluoroscope exposed no bullet: struckacromion procedure and lanced: whileplowing a furrow in tissues, it was notimbedded. Case 20. Miss W. colored. Referredby Dr. Frank R. Wright. Received acharge oi buckshot in right arm: 4 intriceps muscle, one two inches above w rist, one wedged in between ulna and radius atwrist, and one in hand. Fluoroscope re-vealed them. Skiagraphed and returnedto her cosmetic surgeon. Case 27. Mr. K. Utica. South Dakota. 7 Referred by Dr. Dunsmoor. Tumor inlower third oi femur. Fluoroscope re-vealed bone shading off into growth; skiagraphed the same. Medical diagnosis, osteosarcomo. Dr. Dunsmoor amputated athip joint. Microscopic area verifieddiagnosis. Case 34. W. H., aged 12. Referr
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