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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 8

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 4

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 7

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

... BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OFNORTH AMERICA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA a THE JOURNAL OF DIODOGY PUBLISHED BY Ofte ^diolo<5icalSociety of NorthAmerica RA ^ ^... ...UBLISHED BY Ofte ^diolo<5icalSociety of NorthAmerica RA ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^ X A Study of Legg's Disease, with Report of Cases 261 (Roy G. Giles, A. B., M. D.... ...Post-Operative Mastoid Treatment with X-ray 273 Charles Goosmann, M. D.) X-ray and Clinical Findings in Normal Chests of Children Six to Ten years of ... ... F. Shearer, Ph. D. Scientific Progress. The New England Roentgen Ray Society. American Registry of Radiological Technicians. History. Personnel of Bo... ...t features. Capacity 280,000 peak volts, equivalent to a 20 inch gap. The only American apparatus with capacity sufficient for both double and single ... ... after the fall from the loft (May, 1919) the limp was much more noticeable. A physical ex- amination at this time showed one-half inch shortening, at... ...s a very active life. He s\vims, dances, play base ball, foot ball and tennis. Physical exami- nation seven years (July, 1920) after symptoms were not... ...are of the sick that they must be placed among the really great discoveries in medicine, such as anasthesia and bac- teria. Following the announcement... ...e that tells us not only what to look for, but how to find it. The practice of medicine, as well as every day life,' is based upon facts learned by ex...

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 11

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...ftsj&L \s**r l~ f) P4uup*uc^Ji 'l^Ldj^ec^ THE JOURNAL OF RADOOGY VOL. Ill NOVEMBER, 1922 No. II ^§j ,\BRAR; V APr? 5 1923 fisrn o... ...n of ' *sS it ]M J9\£ STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLV BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OF NORTHAMERJCA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA STEREOVISION vs. ILLUSION Victor "Truvis... ...Standards; qualityguaranteed by the Standard Chemical Company, the pioneer American and world's larg- est producer ofradium. Necessary instruments and... ...logical Society of North America, St. Louis, May 20, 1922; also before the American Society for Cancer Research, Washington, D. C, May 1, 1922, and be... ...or Cancer Research, Washington, D. C, May 1, 1922, and before the National Academy of Science, Chicago, November 15, 1921. the use of human statistics... ...on- strable malignancy of the lungs or pleura have been purposely omitted. Physical Examination of the Chest While the number of cases under considera... ...this series is small, it has seemed to us that a report of the findings on physical examination of the chests of patients subjected to heavy radiation... ...ing from the proposition that the old family doctor covered every phase of medicine and surgery in his practice, and that today there are no less than... ...ysician died poor in worldly wealth but rich in clientele. The practice of medicine today is very different. Now the patient consults a physician in m...

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 10

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

... THE JOURNAL OF RADDIDGY VOL. Ill OCTOBER, 1922 No. 10 ^. FY OF' STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLV BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OFNORTHAMEFUCA... ...erent It Is a Stabilized Mobile Unit What the Stabilizer Does When the voltage of the Une supply current fluctu- ates (this condition prevails on prac... ... this device automatically shuts off current supply, preventing damage to tube and apparatus. Consider also the importance of this from the standpoint... ...auofStandards: qualityguaranteed by the Standard Chemical Company, the pioneer American and world's larg- est producer ofradium. Necessary instruments... ...in the joint was looked upon as rheumatic and she had been given antirheumatic medicine and Bier's hyperemia without improvement. After this long peri... ...will be found a few more of this type. In the December number of Progres- sive Medicine from 1899 to 1918, in reviewing the literature on fractures, I... ...g continued regeneration or related states, which produce, through mechanical, physical or chemical stimu- lation, cell proliferation and which con- t... ...tively long period of time, may cause this transformation. Such stimuli may be physical, leading to continuous regenerative growth, and this is a freq... ...- ing only partial methods until George in July, 1917, read a paper before the American Roentgen Ray Society on the roentgen findings of a pathologica...

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 9

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...: V^RA^ A'Pr? ^ OP' is>\% STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA ThisNew Victor X-Ray Outfit Is Radi... ...erent It Is a Stabilized Mobile Unit What the Stabilizer Does When the voltage of the hne supply current fluctu- ates (this condition prevails on prac... ... this device automatically shuts off current supply, preventing damage to tube and apparatus. Consider also the importance of this from the stcindp)oi... ...n of Radium Emanation 383 (C. F. Whittemore, M. S.) Editorials 386 A Review of American Radiology. American Registry of Radiological Technicians. Roen... ...oning, however, a large amount of flexibility is introduced into the domain of medicine, or anything pertaining thereto. In substituting tangible evid... ...s in plain English phrases and figures how much electrical energy expressed in American volts is being delivered to x-ray tubes in other parts of the ... ...es the hope that continued experience along these lines Will mark a new era in medicine, lor It must be admitted that the ores- er.t one dates back at... ...hed. It is generally known, and should be expected that from the standpoint of physical production the ultra violet in- tensity derived from mercury a... ...cs of the air cooled lamp and water cooled lamp, and upon a con- sideration of physical and clinical mani- festation exhibited by each it is pos- sibl...

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 8

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...* /r^ f" o 'CFW' /91^ STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLV BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA mmn] YourActino-Therapy Equipment is de... ...ces Victor Ultra-Violet Lamps, the most recent addition to the Victor line of Electro-Medical apparatus. These lamps are the well-known Burdick Models... ...ntroducing Dr. Anonymous. Foundations of Science. The Future of Radiology. American Roentgen Ray Meeting. Annual Meeting. Department of Technique 339 ... ...dai'd jYour^t/afhbJe Nei-e fiornyouvSupply Deqlei-'^or SagamoreCHEMicAiGb. AMERICAN DISTRIBUTORS WHY EXPENSIVE EXPERIMENTS? USE Gehler Folie Intensify... ...ons as to the exact condi- tions in individual chests. Old time methods of physical diagnosis embod- ied under the terms inspection, percus- sion, and... ... large nuni'.iers so that it is known with a precision com- parable to any physical or chemical law. An explanation of this peculiar ratio may be foun... ... to correctly evaluate the service of every man engaged in the practice of medicine. Evidence of that fact is to be found in the social ostracism infl... ... ly, July issue, entitled "Osteopathy. Chiropractic, and the Profession of Medicine," written by Dr. Channing Froth- ingham, of Boston, w-ith one appe... ...almost entirely re- written and that the new terms adopted by the American Academy of Peridon- tology have been used in the section dealing with perid...

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 6

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...ection information: Canadian Libraries Collection; Canadian University Library Collection; Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the Ame...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 4

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...L. Ill APRIL. 1922 No. 4 STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLV BY THE RADIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERJCA AT OMAHA, NEBRA.SKA ummiimmummiiiiuiiiiiniMMiiiiniMiig... ...ION CHK-AiCO Victor X-Ray Films A superior film, remarkable for speed, density and contrast. The critical radi^ ographer will be pleased with the clea... ... i iiiii.WLWiniwniiraimrjiiirmmiiittnwmwiaigmitmniinnoai LiJ^ ^sc THE JOURNAL OF DIODOGY PUBLISHED BY Ofie ^adiolo<^ical Society of NorthAmerica RA S... ...OGY PUBLISHED BY Ofie ^adiolo<^ical Society of NorthAmerica RA SP.^fl^'^^^ The Physical Foundations of Deep Therapy 123 (Albert Bachem.M D.) Treatment... ...st in Small Communities 1 39 (U. S. Kahn. M. D.) Editorials 1-^0 The Future of Medicine. "Foundations of Personality." Scientific Research and the Rad... ...t features. Capacity 280,000 peak volts, equivalent to a 20 inch gap. The only American apparatus with capacity sufficient for both double and single ... ...AY TREATMENT IN CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST George E. Pfahler, M.D., Philadelphia. American Journal of Roentgenology, Vol. VIII. No. II, page 661. Novembe... ... VIII QhQ JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY ^Omaha, jVebraska ^ VOL. APRIL. 1922 No. 4 TKe Physical Foundations of Deep Therapy* ALBERT BACHEM. Ph. D. Frankfort, ... ...eloped by Professor Dessauer in his institution for the physical foundation of medicine in the Frankfort University. Seventeen years ago. Dessauer in-...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 12

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

...cal Jc Medical Serials Biologica & Medic, Senab OiAjtA^i.^^ ^i THE JOURNAL OF RADODCY VOL. Ill DECEMBER, 1922 No. 12 ^Sj vvS^ \BiMR: APR 5 i9£3 m o TO... ...V BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OFNORTH AMERJCA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA Two Models of Victor Deep Therapy Apparatus Now Available 280,000 Volts Capacity •Orig... ...n 200,000 can be used. In view of the fact that not a few roentgenologists and hospitals are content to confine their therapywork to within 200,000 vo... ...Standards; qualityguaranteed by the Standard Chemical Company, the pioneer American and world's larg- est producer of raduim. Necessary instruments an... ...emical Company has led theworld in the production ofRadium,beingthepioneer American and world's larg- est producer. Radium CHemical Co. Pittsb^srgh NE... ...w different staining qualities and usually different reactions to the fine physical tests of light, electricity, radium and x-ray. Upon one of these r... ...nts and then a rest of from three to four months. In the event of negative physical or roentgen ray findings it is safer to treat the symptoms than to... ...all drinks omitted, although his daily routine with reference to meals and medicine is not interrupted even for one day previously. We do not agree wi... ...ir correct interpretation, and there will be soon published in Minne- sota Medicine a paper on the Unhealed or Latent Benign Bone C^st. I take the opp...

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Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation; Volume: 3, no. 5

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy

... VOL. Ill MAY, 1922 No. 5 STORAGE PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE RADIOLOGICALSOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA AT OMAHA,NEBRASKA lailllHIIUIIIKllllUIIIIIIIIHIIllllit... ...ostatic valve keeps any desired temperature constant, circulating on all sides of the developing units suspended in the large tank. If either the hot ... ...s. VICTOR X-RAY CORPORATION, Jackson Blvd. at Robey St., Chicago Sales Offices and Service Stations in All Principal Cities a THE JOURNAL OF RADIODOG... ... Future Possibilities. The Place of Beginning. Program Summer Meeting. Program American Radium Society. Military Roentgenology. Dr. William Duane. Dr.... ...is- eases with Radium Treatment in Toxic Goitre" R. E. Loucks, M. D., Detroit. American Journal of Roentgenology. Vol. VI 11, No. 12. December. 1921. ... ...relation to the symp- tomatology. We tried to bring that out briefly in Oxford Medicine if any of you care to know how we feel about it. We cannot tal... ...n Find- ings"? If the diagnosis is a clinical diagnosis of a clinical disease, physical findings, x-ray laboratory findings and at times history shoul... ...inic, our procedure is a careful history taken as Dr. Sippy out- lines careful physical examination, laboratory work and finally x-ray. As Dr. Smithie... ... errors which Dr. Carman reported. I would like to know of any other branch of medicine—I would like to know of any other method of examina- tion, of ...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 10

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 9

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 7

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 12

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 11

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 6

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 3, No. 5

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

...Publication suspended June-Dec. 1920; Official publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Jan. 1920-Apr. 1924; of the American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy, May 1924-Dec. 1925; of the American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Jan. 1926- (call...

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Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation : Vol. 4

By: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy; American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Radiological Society of North America

...iiiiiilliiiiliiiilHliiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii"':'i:iHiJii;iii!!!ii;iiiii!ip UHIV OF TOROHTO LiBRARy t I^rd^ \^h^<ic^-\ (r: SUBJECT AND AUTHOR ... ... t I^rd^ \^h^<ic^-\ (r: SUBJECT AND AUTHOR INDEX Volume Four of The Journal of Radiology 192 3 Published By The Radiological Publishing ... ...ith 763 illustrations of which 56 are colored, lixtra Cloth, net $12.<li). PHYSICAL DIACJNOSIS by Richard C. Cabot, M. D., Professor of .Vledicine, Ha... ...ements of intensity and hardness of x-rays produced liy different types of American transformers, June '. . . . 202 Hader, E. R. : Osgood-.Schlatter's... ...ray In diagno.sis of pulmonary tuber- culosis: a coniiiarLsou of x-ray and physical signs in one thousand cases (ah) , Aug. 280 Barrie. (i. : Hemorrha... ....VKi.i.v, L. < '. : (Quartz lisrlit therapy and lis relaliou lo preventive medicine i ah i, .\pril 14G Dosage: Annliiiiiical cross section charts in e... ...ium on general health of radiologists (ah). .Tan Ml iisurciiii ntx on two .American dee;i therapy ma- chines with siiecial reference to tlie Diiane me... ...sicians, of which he was president in 1918. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a member of the American Association for the ... ...monstration of X-ray Work at the Boston City Hospital. Before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. March 13. 1912. 81— "Cancer."—Boston M. & S. ...

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