FIRST AID TO THE INJUREDITS IMPORTANCE TO RAILROADS FROM A HUMANE AND ECONOMIC STANDPOINT

MARCUS H. THOMAS
1906 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Hydropneumothorax.-This condition is more common and forms one of the most interesting fluoroscopic pictures that can be found. In addition to the findings of pneumothorax, the fluid at the base of the pleural cavity may be seen to move with each respiration, or each movement of the body. If the patient is shaken, the fluid is seen to splash.
doi:10.1001/jama.1906.62510280025001f fatcat:nkwcfshv6nhlhkfob7xgfgurt4