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The use of the Röntgen ray by the Medical Department of the United States Army in the War with Spain. () by United States. Dept. of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General; Borden, William Cline, ; Sternberg, George Miller, Archives of the Roentgen Ray. 3(2): Borden, William Cline, & Sternberg, George Miller.
The Use of the Röntgen Ray by the Medical Department of the United States Army in the War with Spain. Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office. Senn, Nicholas. The X-ray in Military Surgery. Philadelphia Medical Journal. 5: 36– United States. Surgeon-General's Office. Use of the Röntgen ray by the Medical Department of the United States Army in the war with Spain, Washington, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Cline Borden; United.
This article describes the introduction of radiographs into the military service of the United States in the Spanish-American War, the way radiographs revolutionized the diagnosis of war injuries, the delay in the postwar adoption of radiographs by the Army Medical Department, and the role of the American Roentgen Ray Society in getting the Army Medical Department to recognize radiology as a Cited by: During the interbellum period, the US Army investigated ways to utilize the new technologies that roentgen rays had presented.
The Picker X-Ray Corporation had already been investigating potential applications of the roentgen rays in the medical profession, and the company was approached by the US Army in the late s to produce a special x-ray machine that could be used in the field or in. United States Army X-ray Manual United States Army X-ray Manual James T.
Case Our attention has been called to a paper by I. Trostler, M.D., in the April,issue of the Illinois Medical Journal, page The title is "The Commercial Roentgen L a b o r a t o r y n S o m e Good Reasons why they should not be Tolerated or Patronized," and such of our readers as are.
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Earliest military use of X-ray The first use of X-rays in diagnosing wounded soldiers during the Abyssinian War is attributed to Lieutenant Colonel Giuseppe Alvaro (Amis, ).
Just six months after Roentgen published his findings on X-rays, Alvaro successfully radio graphed two soldiers with forearm fractures and retained bullets. JUDGE ADVOCATE DIVISION, HEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES ARMY, EUROPE Introduction Many German documents from the World War II period are contained in the war crimes case files of Headquarters, United States Army Europe (HQ USAREUR), Judge Advocate Division, dated In The medical department of the United States army in the world war Vol I, eds.
Lynch C, Weed F. W., McAffee L. The Surgeon General's Office, Washington: Government Printing Office. This manual has been prepared "with a view to the needs of the medical service of the United States Army," that is, for men who are compelled to rely on themselves in out-of-the-way places, in the care and use of Roentgen-ray apparatus and in diagnostic Roentgen-ray work, and who must be familiar with the principles and simpler methods of the subject.
Further, his paper is marred by numerous errors. For example, in William C. (not B.) Borden published the first treatise on military radiology, The Use of the Röntgen Ray by the Medical Department of the United States Army in the War with Spain (), not an X-ray manual (p.
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United States. Surgeon-General's Office. Title(s): The use of the Röntgen ray by the Medical Department of the United States Army in the war with Spain, Prepared by W. Borden. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, Description: 98 p.
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Government Printing Office, Washington, DC Google Scholar by: 2.When the United States declared war on Germany and began to mobilize a large expeditionary force, the Army Medical Department decided to include radiology detachments in its units.
As described in a report from the US government: Prior to the war, only the larger of our military hospitals were equipped with X-ray by: