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The movements of the intestines studied by means of the Rontgen rays, with 4 related offprints. Presentation copy

Cannon, Walter B.

Publication Date: 1902
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Cannon, Walter B. (1871-1945). (1) The movements of the intestines studied by means of the Rontgen rays. Offprint from Am. J. Physiology 6 (1902). 251-277pp. 252 x 176 mm. Original printed wrappers, slightly chipped. With Cannon's presentation inscription on the front wrapper: "With the regards of W. B. Cannon." (2) The case system in medicine. Offprint from Boston Med. Surg. Journal (May 31. 1900). 8pp. 171 x 121 mm. Orig. printed wrappers. (3) The motor activities of the stomach and small intestine after splanchnic and vagus section. Offprint from Am. J. Physiol. 17 (1906). 429-442pp. 251 x 179 mm. Orig. printed wrappers, a bit chipped. (4) Some practical applications of recent studies in the physiology of the digestive system. Offprint from Wisconsin Med. J. 7 (1908). 20pp. Text illustrations. 239 x 151 mm. Orig. printed wrappers. (5) Early use of the Roentgen ray in the study of the alimentary canal. Offprint from J.A.M.A. 62 (1914). 7pp. 217 x 140 mm. Orig. printed wrappers. Together 5 offprints. Very good. Front wrappers of all five offprints docketed. First Editions, offprint issues. Cannon was the first to use x -ays to study the digestive system; his work laid the foundations of gastrointestinal radiology. "[His] pioneering research, done with a series of collaborators, examined the nature of swallowing, gastric peristalsis, the time of passage for different foodstuffs out of the stomach into the duodenum, control of the pylorus, and peristalsis of the small intestine" (DSB). Cannon also introduced the case system into medical education at Harvard (see no. 2 above). Bookseller Inventory # 39383

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