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Kirlian Photography: Potential for use in diagnosis

@inproceedings{Marino1979KirlianPP,
  title={Kirlian Photography: Potential for use in diagnosis},
  author={Andrew A. Marino and Robert O. Becker and Betsy Ullrich and John S. Hurd},
  year={1979}
}
Plant leaves and salamanders were photographed employing light from high voltage discharges. The photographs were influenced by the moisture and geometry of the object, but not by its cellular activity. Possible diagnostic use appears limited to cases where the presence of moisture is of interest. Kirlian and Kirlian (1963) have described a form of photography involving the application of a high voltage across an air gap capacitor whose plates are covered with dielectrics. Such an arrangement… 
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