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    • Paragon X-Ray Plates

      Augusta University
      Cardboard box of Paragon X-Ray Plates, which reads "made especially for fine radiographic work. Geo. W. Brady & Co. sole distributor, Chicago, ILL. Open in dark room only." Inside the box are two plates, each is an X-Ray of a child's elbow. Dimensions of box are: 1" H x 7" W x 9" L; weight: 8.9 oz.
    • Picker X-Ray Corporation Flexible Film Holder, 8x10

      Augusta University
      Picker X-Ray Corporation Flexible Film Holder, 8x10. Dimensions are: 8.6" W x 10.75" L; weight: 3.4 oz.
    • Subminiature Probe Counter Tube Type 225

      Augusta University
      Subminiature Probe Counter Tube Type 225. Case has tape on front reads "Lionel 225-6407 - OK - 9-3-64". Was used to diagnosis and treat ocular tumors. Dimensions are: .25" W x 7" L; weight: 1.0 oz.
    • Kodak X-Ray Exposure Holder, 5x7 in.

      Augusta University
      Kodak X-Ray Exposure Holder, 5x7 in. – 2 holders. Dimensions are: 5.5" W x 7.5" H; weight: 3.4 oz.
    • Wilson Mono Goggle

      Augusta University
      Wilson Mono Goggle, distributed by General Electric. Red in color. Dimensions are: 3.25" H x 2.75" W x 5.5" L; weight: 1.6 oz.
    • K&E Curv-M Cassette

      Augusta University
      K&E Curv-M Cassette, Dupont CroneX Hi-Plus TH 000984 Dimensions are: 4.25" H x 7.25" W x 9.25" L; weight: 3 lbs., 13.5 oz.
    • Sort 'N File No. 750

      Augusta University
      Sort 'N File No. 750 was used to view photographic slides. Dimensions are: 4.25" H x 7.5" W x 14.25" L; weight: 3 lbs., 2.0 oz.
    • W.H. Pool, Jr., MD Commemorative Light Box

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 1987)
      W.H. Pool, Jr., MD Commemorative Light Box Wooden light box with electrical plug-in cord. Plaque on front reads: Dedicated to W.H. Pool, Jr., MD with love and respect in recognition of your many years of leadership and appreciation of the Technical Staff of the Department of Radiology. June 1987; Film Sept. 3, 1920. Dimensions are: 16" H x 3.75" W x 14" L; weight: 9 lbs., 5.2 oz.
    • General Electric X-Ray Corporation Circline Illuminator

      Augusta University
      General Electric X-Ray Corporation Circline Illuminator Dimensions are 20.5" H x 6.25" W x 14.75.5" L; weight: 15 lbs., 9.1 oz.
    • X-Ray Film Viewing Box, 1920

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 1920)
      X-Ray Film Viewing Box. Engraved plate is dated 1920. Dimensions are: 7.5" H x 20.75" W x 24.25" L; weight: 10 lbs., 6 oz.
    • Radiator Coolidge X-Ray Tube

      Augusta University
      Radiator Coolidge X-ray Tube. No manufacture's mark, except for "A2221" imprinted on the anode. Dimensions are: 18" H x 3" W; weight: 2 lbs., 13.6 oz.
    • Victoreen Minometer Model 287 and its carrying case

      Augusta University
      Victoreen Minometer Model 287, Serial No. 287-2914. Has MCG property tag E-3599 and manufacture identification plate. Case includes 10 indirect reading pocket chambers. Dimensions for VictoreenMinometer Model 287 are: 7.75" H x 3.25" W x 6.75" L; weight: 3 lbs., 2.8 oz. Dimensions for carrying case are: 5.75" H x 9" W x 8" L; weight: 3 lbs., .5 oz.
    • Victoreen R-Meter Glasser-Seitz Model No. 70 and its carrying case

      Augusta University
      Victoreen R-Meter Glasser-Seitz Model No. 70; Condenser Type Serial No. 3910. Affixed label on bottom reads "New Batteries 12/22/70". Possible attachments in case. Warranty card and paperwork for service dated December 2, 1970. Dimensions for Victoreen R-Meter Glasser-Seitz Model No. 70 are: 8" H x 3" W x 8.5" L; weight: 8 lbs., 9.6 oz. Dimensions for the carrying case are: 4.25" H x 9" W x 15.25" L; weight: 5 lbs., 12.4 oz.
    • Teaching Matters February 2021

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2021-02-01)
      Table of Contents: A Note from the Vice Provost for Instruction, Innovation Updates (Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Grant Opportunity, Save the Date: Phi Kappa Phi Conference, Tips to prevent your communication from becoming miscommunication, Call for Study Abroad/Study Away proposals for 2021-2022, February Simulation Spotlight: Scheduling a Simulation, Academic Success Center Update), Faculty and Staff Updates (Recent AU graduate to work as Physician Assistant at Georgia Cancer Center, Gail Kouame is Principal Investigator for a grant funded project to enhance the virtual learning environment at Augusta University), Student Updates (Virtual Jaguar Job Fair, First- and Second-Year Experiences Updates)
    • Bulletin of the University Hospital [Vol. 7, No. 1]

      Torpin, Richard; Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1948-03)
      Entire 12-page issue is one article written by Richard Torpin, MD and titled "Roentgenpelvimetry in labor by the grid method and by the lateral soft tissue technic." The article includes photograph and instructions for the Torpin-Thoms roentgenpelvimeter.
    • "Serendipity and Hypertension" Lecture given by Raymond Ahlquist, 1976

      Ahlquist, Raymond P.; Department of Pharmacology, Medical College of Georgia (1976-12-06)
      Raymond P. Ahlquist, PhD was internationally recognized as the originator of the alpha- and beta-receptor concept of the andrenergic system. His investigations led the way of the development of beta-blocking drugs used to treat blood pressure. In 1976 Ahlquist was honored with the Albert Lasker Clinical Medical Research Award and the Ciba Award for Hypertension Research. On December 6, 1976 he gave this "Serendipity and Hypertension" lecture at the Medical College of Georgia as part of a Physiology Seminar.
    • MCG Fact Book 1995

      Stephens, Barbara P.; Barshafsky, Deborah L.; Institutional Effectiveness (Augusta University, 1995)
      The MCG Fact Book was an annual report of statistical information regarding the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus when the campus was known by the institution-wide name the Medical College of Georgia. This nineteenth edition was for 1995. The addendum that was distributed for the 1995 nineteenth edition is in this item record.
    • MCG Fact Book 1994

      Stephens, Barbara P.; Barshafsky, Deborah L.; Institutional Effectiveness (Augusta University, 1994)
      The MCG Fact Book was an annual report of statistical information regarding the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus when the campus was known by the institution-wide name the Medical College of Georgia. This eighteenth edition was for 1994. Item record includes the addendum that was later distributed for the 1994 eighteenth edition.
    • MCG Fact Book 1993

      Stephens, Barbara P.; Barshafsky, Deborah L.; Institutional Effectiveness (Augusta University, 1993)
      The MCG Fact Book was an annual report of statistical information regarding the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus when the campus was known by the institution-wide name the Medical College of Georgia. This seventeenth edition was for 1993.
    • MCG Fact Book 1992

      Stephens, Barbara P.; Barshafsky, Deborah L.; Institutional Effectiveness (Augusta University, 1992)
      The MCG Fact Book was an annual report of statistical information regarding the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus when the campus was known by the institution-wide name the Medical College of Georgia. This sixteenth edition was for 1992.