Contains 11 Results:
Different types of nystagmus are exhibited across five patients in this silent, black and white film. Intertitles describe each type of nystagmus, while the viewer is shown extreme close ups of involuntary eye movements.
From the Department of Otology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago Illinois.
This black and white sound film provides an overview of the human skeleton, detailing how groups of bones work together to provide movement and protection for organs. A model skeleton, footage of male aquatic athletes, and fluoroscopy are used.
Coronet instructional films, educational collaborator Barry J. Anson, PhD, Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School.
A silent, color film in which a physician or assistant tends to an adult male with a dislocated shoulder. Subject’s arms are directed into different motions before being stretched over an unidentified apparatus. Subject is laid down on a hospital bed with metal apparatus positioned to stretch and straighten arm over it. Film ends abruptly. No intertitle cards provide information, no credits in film.
Warning: graphic content of experimental research on a live animal.
Film opens with shots of x-rays. X-ray captions partially visible, symptoms of subject listed, recommendation of cholecystectomy (removal of gallbladder) given. Torso of unidentified animal visible with two pairs of hands holding incision open, organs are held by two pairs of hands. Removal of gallbladder not visible in film. No intertitle cards provide information. Film ends abruptly.
A silent, color film in which an animation details the effect of an increased or decreased degree of jaundice in the gallbladder, cystic duct, hepatic duct, common bile duct, and duodenum. Animation points out each organ, no other information given.