In the Trenches| Volume 11, ISSUE 2, P92-93, February 2010

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Digital Photography in Long-Term Care

Published:January 13, 2010DOI:
      The use of cameras in medical care and teaching is not new. There is a long history of videotaping surgical procedures and of dermatologists and pathologists photographing lesions and specimens. Good textbooks are replete with gross and microscopic photos as well as pictures of x-rays (photos of photos in a sense), EKGs, and so on. However, these generally involved significant amounts of equipment and often a considerable professional expertise. At the minimum they required toting about a Polaroid camera and the photos themselves.
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