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Figure4.6 Kassabian's x-ray laboratory. (CourtesyofAmericanCollegeofRadiology)
Figure4.7 X-ray studio advertisement. (CourtesyofAmericanCollegeofRadiology)
regular photographic studios of the period, a far cry from modern radiology
laboratories. In keeping with the décor of fin-de-siècle parlors, some commercial
x-ray power supplies were built into beautiful wooden cabinets. Figure 4.8 shows
an advertisement from the early 1900s for the massive and expensive Nelson
machine, an electrostatic generator powered by a hand crank that was used to power
x-ray tubes.
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