1973-02-01

Flash X-Ray Cinematography During Impact Injury 730978

ABSTRACT

This paper discusses flash x-ray cinematography techniques and equipment used to record high-speed motions occurring during impact injury. Cineangiographic studies of the aortic arch, cardiac ventricle, and intracranial arteries are presented.

The paper gives a brief review of x-ray cinematography systems and various high-speed applications of them, and the need for quantitative information of visceral and vascular movements during impact trauma is emphasized.

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