Carcinoma of the Esophagus (Assn of American Medical Colleges, 1953)

Carcinoma of the Esophagus (Assn of American Medical Colleges, 1953)

August 26, 2019 1 By Stanley Isaacs


[Carcinoma of the esophagus: Fluoroscopic observations of advanced cases] [Cinefluorography by Prof. Robert Janker, University of Bonn, Germany] [Animated graphic of a man from the waist up] [Camera zooms in and the internal organs are shown] [Arrows point to the esophagus] [Fluoroscopic images indicate a fluid flowing through the esophagus. The esophagus appears to narrow in places.] […] [Animated graphic of the stomach and other internal organs that connect to the esophagus] [Animated lines atop fluoroscopic image show a malignant growth in the esophagus] [Fluid runs through the esophagus, showing how it is narrowed due to the growth] [Arrows point to the narrowing and bulging at different spots on the esophagus] [Esophagus and lungs are shown using fluoroscope] [Animated arrows again indicate the existence and spread of a growth in or near the esophagus] [Fluoroscopy shows the esophagus again, with fluid coursing through it] […] [Fluoroscopic image of fluid flowing through esophagus.] [Produced by Norman P. Schenker for the Medical Audio-Visual Institute of the Association of American Medical Colleges] [Under a grant from National Cancer Institute, Public Health Service, US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare]