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[X-ray of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones]

Morton, William J. (William James), 1846-1920. X ray or photography of the invisible and its value in surgery - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Properly exposed X-ray plates captured clear outlines of the skeleton and also softer tissues, such as the skin, muscles, tendons, and even veins and arteries. But many of the finer details could be lost in the transfer to print. This figure displays the first-ever outline of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones. The X-Ray, fig. 59.

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<p>Properly exposed X-ray plates captured clear outlines of the skeleton and also softer tissues, such as the skin, muscles, tendons, and even veins and arteries. But many of the finer details could be lost in the transfer to print. This figure displays the first-ever outline of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones. The X-Ray, fig. 59.</p>
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[X-ray of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones]

Morton, William J. (William James), 1846-1920. X ray or photography of the invisible and its value in surgery - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Properly exposed X-ray plates captured clear outlines of the skeleton and also softer tissues, such as the skin, muscles, tendons, and even veins and arteries. But many of the finer details could be lost in the transfer to print. This figure displays the first-ever outline of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones. The X-Ray, fig. 59.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

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Properly exposed X-ray plates captured clear outlines of the skeleton and also softer tissues, such as the skin, muscles, tendons, and even veins and arteries. But many of the finer details could be lost in the transfer to print. This figure displays the first-ever outline of an infant's liver, within its natural surroundings of flesh and bones. The X-Ray, fig. 59.

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