TITLE

PRACTICAL LONG-FILM SERIALOGRAPHY

AUTHOR(S)
Jimenez, Roberto J.
PUB. DATE
March 1964
SOURCE
Angiology;Mar1964, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p114
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A simple, manual, inexpensive, portable, long-film serialograph is presented. It needs no adjustments or electronic controls; it projects 5″ into the aisle and 8″ from the rear of the standard x-ray table. Excellent diagnostic serialograms are made possible with it. In aortoseriograms, two 14″ × 36″ films are obtained. The dye outlines the aortoiliac vessels; in the first film; the femoro-popliteo--tibial arteries in the .second. In femoral arterioseriograms, four 7″ × 36″ films assure complete visualization with one injection. The extreme value of this long film serialograph rests in the fact that by facilitating exact diagnoses at the local community level, periphero-vascular procedures being done now only in medical centers can he performed also in small hospitals.
ACCESSION #
16371291

 

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