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- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-02-002
X-ray of right hip, the femoral head and neck eroded by a cystic lesion, with a fracture through the femoral neck. The ischium and acetabulum appear similarly affected. The patient is female, 63 years old. The identity of the patient is known.
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-01-008
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.
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-01-016
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.
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-01-018
An X-ray, anterior-posterior view of abdomen and pelvis, showing a cyst in the left upper quadrant. The patient is 51 years old. The identity of the patient is known. Photograph has been mounted upside down.
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-02-003
An adult woman, frontal and left lateral views of her waist, pelvis and thighs, showing a swelling high on the medial left thigh. The woman holds a sliver of cloth over her pubis. The genital area is visible. The patient is female. The identity of...
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-02-005
X-ray of the abdomen and pelvis, anterior-posterior view, showing calcification in the region of the left kidney. Also a specimen, with guide rule, a bisected encapsulated multicystic mass 7 inches (18cm) in greatest diameter, evidently the resec...
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-01-002
Two x-rays, anterior-posterior views of the chest and upper abdomen both labelled 4A, radio-opaque dye evidently showing a cyst in the left lung which communicates with the duodenum. The patient is female. The identity of the patient is known.
- ZA UCT PLC_001-H-HDT-01-003
A specimen, with guide rule, a well encapsulated somewhat irregular mass 3.5" (9cm) in greatest diameter, evidently removed from the brain. The patient is male. The identity of the patient is known.