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Shoe-fitting fluoroscope - A fluoroscope was a metal construction approximately 4 feet (1.2 m) high in the shape of an upside-down tea cup, with steps for a child to ascend. The child would then place his or her feet in the opening provided and while remaining in a standing position, look through a viewing porthole at the top of the fluoroscope down at the x-ray view of the feet and shoes. The bones of the feet were clearly visible, as was the outline of the shoe, including the stitching around the edges. The exposure time would have been around 15 seconds.
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