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be discovered in the Roentgen examination of children's lungs, but the above are the most important findings. Indeed the entire matter of diagnosis of tuberculosis in children is far from satisfactory, and the Roentgen evidence is not yet standardized. With adults, however, the situation is quite different. It is here that the Roentgen examination has its most valuable applications. The physical conditions present in the pulmonarydoi:10.1056/nejm191502181720726 fatcat:awe5bl2jsrdihiwdnw65fzolfe