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TitleA Guide to Medical Photography [electronic resource] / edited by Peter Hansell
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1979
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-6594-5
Descript 164 p. 272 illus., 191 illus. in color. online resource

SUMMARY

The entire practice of medical photography and medical The text has wisely been shorn of details that are to be illustration as we know it today may be said to have been found in general photographic textbooks. Instead it leads pioneered over the last quarter of a century. During this the reader to consider in broad terms not only the special span much progress has been made in the establishment techniques peculiar to the subject, but also to accept of standards, qualifications and codes of practice in one lessons that are available for the taking from other estabยญ country or another, but by virtue of the compact nature of lished spheres of photography. It attempts to be an inยญ the specialty few authoritative texts on the subject have tensely practical book and at all times the would-be emerged. practitioner is encouraged to experiment with the object This entirely new collective work, coming in the first inยญ of developing his own techniques and general approach stance from Europe in translation, but containing addiยญ to the subject. All this is reinforced by a wealth of specially tional contributions from the United Kingdom and the prepared diagrams to illustrate set-ups and lighting techยญ United States of America, must be welcome in these niques as well as carefully posed examples of a variety of changing times to those embarking on medical photogยญ clinical material, mostly in full colour


CONTENT

1. The photography of patients -- 1.01 Introduction -- 1.02 The patient -- 1.03 The approach to photography -- 1.04 The background -- 1.05 Rules for illumination -- 1.06 Photography of movement -- 1.07 Photography and psychiatry -- 1.08 Summary -- 2. Ophthalmic photography: a survey -- 2.01 Introduction -- 2.02 Photography of the external eye -- 2.03 Photography of the ocular fundus -- 2.04 The future -- 3. Photography in otolaryngology -- 3.01 Introduction -- 3.02 The face -- 3.03 The nose and nasal cavity -- 3.04 The mouth and oral cavity -- 3.05 The ear -- 3.06 The larynx -- 3.07 Bronchoscopy and oesophagoscopy -- 3.08 Cinematography -- 3.09 CCTV/videotape recording -- 3.10 General observations -- 4. Gastro-intestinal photo-endoscopy -- 4.01 Introduction -- 4.02 Photography with fixed lens optical systems -- 4.03 Photography with flexible glass-fibre optics -- 4.04 New developments -- 5. Photography in the operating theatre -- 5.01 Introduction -- 5.02 Briefing and preparation -- 5.03 Photographic equipment -- 5.04 Colour film materials -- 5.05 Organisation -- 5.06 Exposure -- 5.07 Adaptation of surgical photographs -- 5.08 Black-and-white photography -- 5.09 Summary -- 6. Specimen photography -- 6.01 The lens -- 6.02 The background -- 6.03 Proportioning -- 6.04 Illumination -- 6.05 Polarisation -- 6.06 Ring flash -- 6.07 Exposure determination -- 6.08 Some notes on photomicrography -- 7. The photography of instruments -- 7.01 Introduction -- 7.02 The camera -- 7.03 Photographic technique -- 7.04 Sets of instruments -- 7.05 Colour photography -- 7.06 Summary -- 8. Copying radiographs -- 8.01 Introduction -- 8.02 Simple apparatus -- 8.03 Exposure -- 8.04 Electronic contrast balance -- 8.05 Contrast masking and variable lighting control -- 8.06 Mounting -- 8.07 Duplicating slides -- 9. Reproduction of graphic originals -- 9.01 Introduction -- 9.02 Slide format -- 9.03 Reproduction equipment -- 9.04 Lenses -- 9.05 The original -- 9.06 Colour originals -- 9.07 Variations -- 9.08 The combined positive slide -- 9.09 The combined negative slide -- 9.10 The combination of colour and line film -- 9.11 Colour reproduction -- 9.12 Summary -- 10. The design of slides for teaching purposes -- 10.01 Introduction -- 10.02 The purpose of the slides -- 10.03 The difference between book illustrations and slides -- 10.04 Hints on layout -- 10.05 Summary -- 11. Ethical considerations -- 11.01 Introduction -- 11.02 Relationship with the medical profession -- 11.03 Relationship with patients -- 11.04 Permission of the patient -- 11.05 Patientsโ{128}{153}records -- 11.06 Chaperones -- 11.07 Negligence -- 11.08 Professional relationship with other medical photographers -- 11.09 Hospital etiquette -- 11.10 Copyright -- 11.11 Reproduction rights -- 12. Bibliography -- 12.01 Journals containing articles on medical photography -- 12.02 General medical photography and photographic techniques -- 12.03 Specialized photography of patients -- 12.04 Ophthalmology -- 12.05 Dentistry -- 12.06 Otolaryngology -- 12.07 Gastroenterology -- 12.08 Specimen photography -- 12.09 Photomicrography -- 12.10 Reproduction, publication and storage -- 12.11 Ethical considerations


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