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X-ray pictures of frog's knee joint and human heart beat. This was part of the first X-ray cinematograph film ever taken, shown by Dr. Macintyre at the London Royal Society. (clip) 
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Title: [DR. MACINTYRE'S X-RAY FILM]
Reference number: 0520
Date: 1896 / 1909c
Running time: 2.13 mins
The first X-ray cinematograph film ever taken, at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and shown by Dr. John Macintyre at the London Royal Society.
See also ref 0838 DR MACINTYRE'S X-RAY CABINET. See Additional Info. files
Credits (.02)  First X-ray cinematograph film ever taken shown by Dr. Macintyre at the London Royal Society 1897. Shots of X-ray picture of frog's knee joint (.11); X-ray radiograph of adult, each picture taken in the 300th part of a second. A series of these pictures enable us to see a complete cycle of the movements of the heart. The movements of the digestive organs can also be seen, and the joints of the body, thus facilitating diagnoses of disease of the bones and joints. Shots of X-ray picture of human heart beat (.29) [c1909] Movement of the stomach after Bismuth Meal. Shots of same (.40)
[Last sequence filmed c1909 and is same as that shown in ref. 0838]
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