USING THE X-RAY WITHOUT BURNING

ALBERT C. GEYSER
1908 Journal of the American Medical Association  
tilaginous walls of the larynx. In fact, with some of tne so-called laryngeal forceps it would be an absolute impossibility to see both the foreign body and the blades of the forceps. Then, too, many of these instruments are so devised as to make the control of the wrist wholly responsible for this most delicate manipulation, when, in fact, the operator should be able to direct the movements of his forceps entirely with his fingers and with the greatest ease.
doi:10.1001/jama.1908.25310390015002d fatcat:lcppzfjumzcl7fl5rjd3bmcfam