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  • Abney, W., 1881, "On the photographic method of mapping the least refrangible end of the solar spectrum." Photogr.J.:5:95-98.
  • Aldis, A. & Marshall, R., 1963. "Metastatic melanoma-detection by infrared recording," Med. Biol. Illustr. 13:3-4.
  • Cameron, J., Ruddick, R. and Grant, J., 1973, "Ultraviolet photography in medicine," Forensic Photogr. 2 (3):9-12.
  • Clark, W., 1934. "Infrared photography," J. Biol. Photogr. Ass. 2 (3):119-129.
  • Clark, W., 1937. "Photography of the Infrared," Am. Ann. Photogr. 51:13-22.
  • Clark, W., 1939. "Photography by ultraviolet and infrared," In: Handbook of Photography, Ed. Henney, K. and Dudley, B., McGraw-Hill. N.Y. USA.
  • Clark, W., 1939. Photography by infrared. Chapman and Hall. London.
  • Corrigan, J., 1927, "Infrared photography with commercial panchromatic emulsions" Brit J. Photogr. Aug 5 460 -461.
  • Drury, D. and Bullough, P., 1970, "Improved photographic reproduction of bone and cartilage specimens using ultraviolet illumination," Med. Biol. Illus. 20:57-58.
  • Feindel, W., Yamamoto, Y. and Hodge, C., 1967, "Intracarotid fluorescein angiography," Can. Med. J. 96 (1):1-7.
  • Gernsheim, A. 1961, "Medical photography in the nineteenth century," Med. Biol. Illustr.: 11(3): 147 -156.
  • Gibson, H., 1945. "Infrared photography of patients," Med. Radiogr. Photogr. 21(3):72-86.
  • Gibson, H., 1961. "Postprandial intensification of venous pattern-an example demonstrated by infrared photography," Med. Radiogr. Photogr. 37:16-18.
  • Gibson, H., 1962, "The photography of infra-red luminescence. Part 1. General Considerations," Med. Biol. Illustr. 12: 155-166.
  • Gibson, H., 1963, "The photography of infra-red luminescence. Part 2. Investigation of infrared phosphorescence," Med. Biol. Illustr. 13:18-26.
  • Gibson, H., 1963, "The photography of infra-red luminescence. Part 3. Plotting infra-red phosphorescence decay curves," Med. Biol. Illustr. 13:89-90.
  • Gibson, H., Buckley, W. & Whitmore, K., 1965. "New vistas in infrared photography for biological surveys," J. Biol. Photogr. Ass 33(1):1-33.
  • Gibson, H., 1967. "Medical infrared color photography," Vis. Med. 2(2)43-50.
  • Gibson, H., 1967. "Medical infrared color photography," Vis. Med. 2(3)43-51.
  • Gibson, H., 1978. Photography by Infrared. John Wiley. NY. USA.
  • Hansell, P., 1961, "Ultraviolet radiations," In Medical photography in practice Linsson, E. (Ed). 175-192. Fountain Press. London.
  • Hansell, P ., 1968, "Ultraviolet and fluorescence recording," In Photography for the scientist. Engel, C. (Ed). 363-382. Academic Press. London and New York.
  • Hansell, P. & Lunnon, R. (1984) "Ultraviolet and fluorescent recording" in 'Photography for the Scientist', Ed. Morton, R. Academic Press, London.
  • Herschel, W., 1800, "Investigation of the powers of the prismatic colours to heat and illuminate objects", Phil. Trans. 255.
  • Herschel, W., 1800, "Experiments on the refrangibility of the invisible rays of the sun.", Phil Trans. 284.
  • Hodge, C., 1978, "Fluorescein angiography of the brain - the photographic procedure," J. Biol. Photogr. 46(2):67- 79.
  • Kornfeld, G., 1938, "The limits of infrared sensitizing", J. Chem. Phys. 6:201 - 202.
  • Lindenstam, B., 1959, "The use of ultraviolet light in dental photography," Med. Biol. Illustr. 9 (1):26-29.
  • Lunnon, R., 1959, "Direct ultraviolet photography of the skin," Med. Biol. Illustr 9 (3):150-154.
  • Lunnon, R., 1961, "Some observations on the photography of diseased skin," Med. Biol.lllustr.11:98-103.
  • Lunnon, R., 1968, "Clinical ultraviolet photography," J. Biol. Photogr. 36(2): 72-78.
  • Lunnon, R., 1974, "Reflective ultraviolet photography in medicine," MSc Thesis. Faculty of Medicine. University of London.
  • Lunnon, R., 1976, "Reflected ultraviolet photography of human tissues," Med. Biol. Illustr.26:139-144,
  • Lunnon, R., 1979, "Direct or reflected UV photography," Photogr. J. 119:380-381.
  • Marshall, R., 1976. "Infrared and ultraviolet photography in a study of the selective absorption of radiation by pigmented lesions of the skin," Med. Biol. Illustr. 26:71-84.
  • Marshall, R., 1977. "A study of the selective absorption of ultra-violet and infra-red radiation by some pigmented lesions of the skin," PhD Thesis, CNAA. London.
  • Marshall, R., 1978. "A densitometric study of an uneven development effect in infrared film," J. Audiovis. Media Med. 1:117-120.
  • Marshall, R., 1979. "Infrared recording of neural tube defects," J. Audiovis. Media Med. 2:92-94.
  • Marshall, R., 1979. "Infrared recording of gross specimens," Radiogr. Clin. Photog. 13:12.
  • Marshall, R., 1980. "Evaluation of a diagnostic test based on photographic photometry of infrared and ultraviolet radiation, reflected by pigmented lesions of the skin," J. Audiovis. Media Med. 3:94-98.
  • Marshall, R., 1981, "Ultraviolet photography in detecting latent halos of pigmented lesions." J. Audiovis. Media Med. 4:127-129.
  • Marshall R., 1981. "Infrared and ultraviolet reflectance measurements as an aid to the diagnosis of pigmented lesions of skin," J. Audiovis. Medias Med. 4:11-14.
  • Marshall, R., 1982. "A television method for measuring infrared and ultraviolet reflectances of pigmented lesions," J. Audiovis. Media Med. 5:51-55.
  • Marshall, R., 1982. "Infrared photographic photometry with an instant film," J. Audiovis. Media Med. 5:69-71.
  • Marshall, R., 1982, "Photographic photometry of ultraviolet fluorescence, " Brit. J. Photogr. 129:958-960.
  • Massopust, L., 1934. "Infrared photography," Radiogr. Clin. Photogr. 10:2-6.
  • Massopust, L., 1934. "Infrared photography in anatomy," Anatom.Rec.:61 (1): 71 -79.
  • Massopust, L., 1936. "Infrared photographic study of the changing pattern of the superficial veins in a case of human pregnancy," Surg. Gynae. Obs. 63:87-89.
  • Massopust, L., 1937. "Infrared photography of gross anatomical specimens," Arch. Path. 23:67-70.
  • Massopust, L., 1945. "Infrared photography," J.Biol.Photogr.Ass.:13:139-145.
  • Massopust, L., 1948. "Infrared photographic study of the superficial veins of the thorax in relation to breast tumors," Surg. Gynae. Obstet. 86:1-4.
  • Massopust, L. & Gardner, W., 1950. "Infrared photographic studies of the superficial thoracic veins in the female," Surg. Gynae. Obstet. 91:717-727.
  • Massopust, L. & Gardner, W., 1953. "The infrared phlebogram in the diagnosis of breast complaints," Surg. Gynae. Obst. 97:619-626.
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  • Ruddick, R., 1974, A technique for recording bite marks for forensic studies," Med. BioI. Illustr.24:128-129.
  • Ruddick, R., 1977, "Ultraviolet fluorescence technique for improved tone separation of low contrast specimens," Med. Biol. Illustr.27:47-48.
  • Ruddick, R., 1979, "UV fluorescence photography," Photogr. J. 119:381- 383.
  • Seabrook, W. 1941. "Doctor Wood, Modern Wizard of the Laboratory." New York.
  • Tredinnick, D., 1955, "Fluorescence photography in colour," Med. Biol. Illustr. 5:217-223.
  • Tredinnick, D., 1961, "Further advances in fluorescence colour photography," Med. Biol. Illustr. 11:16-21.
  • Wood, R., 1903, "On screens transparent only to ultraviolet light and their use in spectrum photography," Phil. Mag. 5 S6:(26):257-263.
  • Wood, R., 1910, "Photography by invisible rays," Photogr. J. 50 (Oct.):329-338.
  • Wood, R., 1919, "Communications secretes au moyen de rayons lumineux," J. Phys. Theor. Appl. 9:77-90.

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