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December 13, 1930

Radiologische Praktika:

JAMA. 1930;95(24):1859. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720240069040

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This atlas constitutes volume XII of the series of the Practical Treatises of Radiology covering the various portions of the body. Throughout the work from title page to the last plate, every statement is rendered in German, English, French and Spanish. In order that all possible information may be obtained, the films for the plates were made both from the living and from dead material. The plates are all negatives because, the author states, "it is negatives which are mostly used for diagnosis and because combining the interpretation of a negative seen in reflected light it is no doubt less difficult in combining the interpretation of a negative with that of the positive." It is difficult to describe the beauty of this volume. The pictures of the films are exceedingly clear, and on the lower portion of these plates made from the dried skull are sketches showing the exact position

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