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Eugene Wilson Caldwell - bibliography

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American radiologist, born December 3, 1870, Savannah, Andrew County. died June 20, 1918, Roosevelt Hospital, New York


William Allen Pusey (1865-1940) and Eugene Wilson Caldwell:
• The practical application of the Roentgen rays in therapeutics and diagnosis. 
  Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders & Company, 1903 
E. H. Skinner, E. W. Caldwell:
• Skiagraphy of the accessory sinuses of the nose. 
  American Journal of Roentgenology, 1907, 1(2): 27-33 
E. W. Caldwell:
•  The science of radiology, Springfield, IL: Thomas, 1933, 22: 380 

L. Middleditch, Jr.:
• A description of the CaIdwell stereofluoroscope. 
  American Journal of Roentgenology, 1918, 5: 547-553 
P. M. Hickey:
• The Caldwell lecture 1928. American Journal of Roentgenology, 1931, 25: 177-195 
L. G. Cole:
• Experimental research concerning direct, indirect and secondary skiagraphic rays. 
  Archives of Roentgen Rays, London, 1905,  12: 275 
E. W-. Caldwell: 
• A brief review of the applications of Roentgen rays in diagnosis. 
  New York State Journal of Medicine, 1909, 9: 362 
F. M. Groedel: 
• Die Technik der Röntgenkinematographie. Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift, 1909, 35: 434. 
Percy Brown:
• Eugene Wilson Caldwell (1870-1918),
  American martyrs to radiology. Eugene Wilson Caldwell (1870-1918). 1936.
  AJR American Journal of Roentgenology, November 1995, 165(5): 1051-1059

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