- Goodliffe, J & R
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Gives a brief review of the gross structure of the parotid and submandibular salivary glands in the mouth. Injection technique of radio-opaque medium is shown, together with the positioning of the patient prior to x-raying. There are live action sequences as well as clear animations. Surgical cannularle and probes are machined to fit the patient. The appropriate surgical tools and treatment are described. It is indicated that a film strip accompanies this film - this is not in the collection.
1 encoded moving image (12:31 min.) : sound, colour.
University of Manchester
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Produced by Berkeley Films Ltd., demonstrated by the Professorial Surgical Unit, University of Manchester and the Department of Radiology, Manchester Royal Infirmary. Animated by J & R Goodliffe and recorded by Brian Stanford in 1951 for May & Baker Ltd.