Par R. Ledoux-Lebard, chargé de cours de radiologie clinique à la Faculté de médecine de Paris. Fascicules I et II. Cloth. Price, 260 francs. Pp. 1075, with 1143 illustrations. Paris: Masson & Cie, 1933.
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Especially to his numerous friends among the radiologists of the United States these two volumes serve as a pleasant reminder of the loyal and generous war-time service rendered by the author to the medical department of the American Expeditionary Forces. A subsequent lecture trip to this country a few years after the war served further to cement the warm friendship accorded him by a host of friends in America. These volumes constitute a notable contribution to radiology and stand easily as the foremost French publication of this sort. In the author's characteristic easy style the text offers no difficulty and much attraction to readers of French. The pages devoted to physics are ample, and it is gratifying to see the generous space devoted to thevarious methods of localization of foreign bodies, a field in which the author excelled during the great war. It is often disappointing to note a surgeon seeking
Manuel de radiodiagnostic clinique. JAMA. 1934;103(12):942. doi:10.1001/jama.1934.02750380062032