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X-ray - First surgical operation

Time: Friday Feb 14, 1896

Place: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

Details: On February 14, 1896, Hall-Edwards was also the first to use X-rays in a surgical operation.



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X-ray-First use under clinical conditions
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February 1896

X-ray-Collecting the results of X-rays of fractured wrist
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