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Suprapubic cystotomy for large oxalate stone.

  • Graves, F. T.
  • Film

About this work


An incomplete film made as teaching material missing intertitles and a sound track. This film may not have been matched correctly to the inventory; from the description it shows a cystotomy.


England, c.198?

Physical description

1 negative film reel (24 mins.) : silent; colour


Print has early stages of being acetic.
More material relating to the Graves Medical Audiovisual Library is in the Wellcome Library reference SA/GMR.
One of several films created as a result of the research work carried out by F. T. (Frederick Thomas) Graves between 1952 and 1986 at University College Hospital, Kings College Hospital and Staffordshire General Infirmary. F. T. Graves was the brother of John Graves (1923-1980) who set up the Graves Medical Audiovisual Library with his wife Valerie.
Relating to 'Suprapubic cystotomy for bladder stone' (this material could be the master and has two other sequences visibly spliced into the roll). The former is described as: 'Suprapubic approach to the bladder via a lower paramedian incision. Removal of a large oxalate calculus.'

Copyright note

Wellcome Trust 2016



  • English

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