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The use of a restricted beam of radiation when serial roentgenograms of small areas are to be made is suggested. The diagnostician benefits from a roentgenogram that has increased definition, and the patient is subjected to less tissue irradiation. The construction of a simple, inexpensive cylinder cone of practicable dimensions is described.
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