Hand Arteriogram

Hand Arteriogram

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Caption: Arteriogram of a hand. The radial artery can be seen in the lower left and the ulnar artery in the lower right. This early x-ray was made by Alfred G. Fryatt and published in ''Archives of the Roentengen'' (1904). The image is of the hand of a cadaver most likely injected with mercury. It took years before harmless x-ray substances were developed to be used in living patients.

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Keywords: anatomy, angiogram, angiography, arteriogram, arteriography, artery, blood, blood vessel, circulatory system, diagnostic, hand, human body, medical imaging, radiology, science history, vein, vessel, vessels, x ray, x-ray, xray

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