The X Ray and Its Application in Dentistry IN The Dental Cosmos : A Monthly Record of Dental Science Devoted to the Interests of the Profession Vol XXXVIII. William James Morton.
The X Ray and Its Application in Dentistry IN The Dental Cosmos : A Monthly Record of Dental Science Devoted to the Interests of the Profession Vol XXXVIII
The X Ray and Its Application in Dentistry IN The Dental Cosmos : A Monthly Record of Dental Science Devoted to the Interests of the Profession Vol XXXVIII

The X Ray and Its Application in Dentistry IN The Dental Cosmos : A Monthly Record of Dental Science Devoted to the Interests of the Profession Vol XXXVIII

Philadelphia: S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Co. 1896. First Edition. xliv, 1067 pages. Half leather over pebbled cloth boards. Spine taped, rebacked. 8vo. The entire volume offered. Rough around the extremities. Ex-library, properly deaccessioned (the entire library this came from was sold in 2004). Good. Boards. [26095]


Contains William James Morton's article "The X Ray and Its Application in Dentistry" on pages 478-86. This documents the "first dental radiography in America" a talk he gave at a special meeting of the New York Odontological Society April 24, 1896. There is also an earlier piece where Morton is supposed to present on cataphoresis, but instead starts talking about the new Roentgen ray:

"One reason for my coming here without extensive preparation was that I have been drawn off into this new Roentgen ray, which has entirely obliterated cataphoresis from my mind." (p400)

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