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Edward C. Vogt - bibliography

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Biography

American radiologist, born October 12, 1891, Iowa City; died January 1, 1980. Middle name probably Crosby.

Bibliography

Encephalography in cases with fixed lesions of the brain.
Bronson Crothers, Edward C. Vogt, R. Cannon Eley.
American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, 1930, 40 (2): 227-246.

Roentgenologic diagnosis of lead poisoning in infants and children.
Edward C. Vogt.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1932, 98(2): 125-129.

Lead Poisoning in Children.
Charles F. McKhann and Edward C. Vogt.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1933, 149: 1131-1135.

Compressions of the Vertebral Bodies during Convulsive Therapy – Preliminary Note Regarding Their Prevention.
Emerick Friedman, A. Leo Brett and Edward C. Vogt.
The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, April 5. 1940, 222: 704-710.

Craniolacunia (Lückenschädel): A Report of 54 Cases.
Presented before the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, at Atlanta, December 11-15, 1939.
Edward C. Vogt and George M. Wyatt. Radiology, February 1941, 36: 147-153.

Pseudofracture of the tibia.
Sumner M. Roberts and Edward C. Vogt.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, October 1, 1949. 21 (4):  891-901

Emery O. Lewis:
In Memoriam: Edward C. Vogt, M.D. Radiology, 1981: 244.

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