The main radiological features of the plain film of the abdomen, excretory urography and of renal angiography in 210 patients who had suffered renal trauma were reviewed.
Digital data processing was investigated to perform image processing.
From measurements of central axis depth-dose data for fields of various sizes at various source-surface distances, tables were drawn up giving the depth-dose data expressed for position on a polar co-ordinate grid.
The eluate was found to contain neither bacterial organisms or pyrogens nor significant levels of alumina and radio-isotopic impurities.
Attention is drawn to the frequent occurrence of respiratory distress in patients with non-thoracic trauma.
The radiological features that accompany measles are reviewed. Changes due to viral infection may be complicated by those secondary to bacterial superinfection.
The electron linear accelerator is considered by many leading radiotherapy centres throughout the world as the most suitable equipment for the treatment of cancer.