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UCT Department of Surgery's Collection of 20th Century Clinical Photographs
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Hydatid cyst in subcutaneous tissue

A young boy, head and torso, profile and posterior view, showing a large ovoid swelling of the neck, occupying the occipital triangle. A nurse is seen in one photograph. The patient is a male child, 6 years old. The identity of the patient is known.

Hydatids of liver and peritoneum

An adult man, head and torso, frontal view and profile, showing a grossly distended abdomen. A cloth is held around his waist by the hand of an assistant. The patient is a male adult, 29 years old. The identity of the patient is known.

Hydatids of liver and peritoneum

Three X-rays, anterior-posterior and lateral views of the chest, showing a protrusion from the dome of the liver, and anterior-posterior view of the abdomen, showing calcified lesions bilaterally. The patient is a male adult, 29 years old. The ide...

Hydatid

A mounted and bottled specimen, being a rib bone with a swollen misshapen region which is extruding cystic capsule, and much cyst capsule material at the bottom of the jar.

Hydatid cyst in humerus

Two X-rays of the proximal end of a humerus, one labelled 8, both showing the head of humerus largely replaced by a multi-locular cystic lesion and cystic lesions also in the shaft. The identity of the patient is known.

Hydatid cyst of pancreas

An X-ray of the abdomen during a barium meal, the patient supine, showing the filled stomach and evidently revealing the presence of an adjacent pancreatic cyst. A coiled metal strip has been placed to indicate/outline the palpable mass. The patie...

Hydatid cyst of pancreas

An X-ray of the abdomen during a barium meal, the patient erect, showing the stomach contents emptying into the duodenum and evidently revealing the presence of an adjacent pancreatic cyst. A coiled metal strip has been placed to indicate/outline ...

Hydatid of tibia

Two X-rays of the proximal end of the tibia and fibula, one labelled 6, both showing the shaft of tibia largely replaced by a multi-locular cystic lesion, evidently with a pathological fracture, and extra-osseous calcified material.

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