From Kook Science
FDA photo of an Oscillotron, operating in the manner recommended for treatment of exophthalmic goiters.
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The Short-Wave Oscillotron is an electro-mechanical device that was leased as a therapeutic medical apparatus, similar in design and purported function to the earlier Abrams' Oscilloclast, but with a motor-driven output resistance bank for automation of diagnosis. It was manufactured by the Electronic Medical Foundation of San Francisco for use in the practice of the Electronic Reactions of Abrams system of diagnosis and treatment.