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Leo George Rigler - bibliography

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Biography

American radiologist, born October 16, 1896, Minneapolis, Minnesota; died October 25, 1979.

Bibliography

  • R. B. Hoffmann, R. Wankmuller, L. G. Rigler:
    Pseudoseparation of bowel loops: a fallacious sign of intraperitoneal fluid.
    Radiology, November 1966, 87 (5): 845-847.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Preservation of x-rays of the chest.
    The Annals of Thoracic Surgery, New York, March 1967, 3 (3): 276-277.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    The radiologist and the search for hidden cancer.
    California Medicine, December 1967, 107 (6): 459-464.
  • J. A. Hewitt, M. Weiner, O. T. Monzon, L. G. Rigler:
    The roentgen evaluation of bacteriuria associated with pregnancy.
    Radiology, July 1969, 93 (1): 104-108.
  • R. L. Scanlan, L. G. Rigler:
    John D. Camp, M.D. 1898-1969. Radiology, August 1969, 93 (2): 447-448.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Dr. Harold O. Peterson. Minnesota Medicine, December 1969, 52 (12): 1927-1928.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Radiology comes of age. Annual oration in memory of Warren W. Furey, M.D., 1898-1958.
    Radiology, May 1970, 95 (2): 245-255.
  • J. E. Price, Jr, L. G. Rigler:
    Widening of the mediastinum resulting from fat accumulation.
    Radiology, September 1970, 96 (3): 497-500.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Introduction of the Caldwell Lecturer, 1972. (Alexander R. Margulis).
    The American Journal of Roentgenology, Radium Therapy and Nuclear Medicine, Springfield, April 1973, 117 (4): 739-740.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    A successful academic partnership: K. Wilhelm Stenstrom and the Department of Radiology, University of Minnesota. Minnesota Medicine, St. Paul, February 1975, 58 (2): 207-211.
  • J. R. Benfield, G. J. Julliard, Y. H. Pilch, L. G. Rigler, P. Selecky:
    Current and future concepts of lung cancer.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, July 1975, 83 (1): 93-106.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    In memoriam. Ross Golden, M.D. 1890-1975.
    Radiology, September 1975, 116 (3): 742-743.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Letter: A half century of radiology.
    Seminars in Roentgenology, January 1976, 11 (1): 1-11.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Editorial: Reflections on revolution in social structure and science.
    Radiology, July 1976, 120 (1): 231-232.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Is this radiograph really necessary? Radiology, August 1976, 120 (2): 449-450.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    Introduction of Caldwell Lecturer: Elias G. Theros.
    AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology, June 1977, 128 (6): 891.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    An overview of cancer of the lung.
    Seminars in Roentgenology, July 1977, 12 (3):161-164.
  • L. G. Rigler:
    An overview of diseases of the pleura.
    Seminars in Roentgenology, Philadelphia, October 1977, 12 (4): 265-268
  • M. E. Bein, P. Spiegler, L. G. Rigler:
    High kVp chest radiography.
    AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology, December 1977, 129 (6): 1138-1139.
  • S. Chatzkel, L. W. Bassett, L. G. Rigler:
    A television system for the teaching of radiologic diagnosis.
    Radiology, January 1980, 134 (1): 259-260.
  • Ann M. Lewicki:
    The Rigler Sign and Leo G. Rigler. Radiology 2004, 233: 7-12.
  • E. Robert Heitzman
    Leo G. Rigler, MD: A Personal Perspective. Radiology, 2004, 233: 13-14.

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