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December 22, 1928

Modern X-Ray Technic.

JAMA. 1928;91(25):2018. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700250082048

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This deals primarily with the important technical points in roentgenographic and roentgenoscopic work. The book fills a much needed place in providing the information necessary for the instruction of lay technicians in the field of roentgen work under the close supervision of the roentgenologist. The work is clear and concise and at the same time covers the field in considerable detail. The chapters on the stereoscope and distortion detail contrast and radiographic density warrant special mention. These might profitably be read and studied by roentgenologists as they contain much valuable information that can be put into practice in the successful operation of a roentgen department. Familiarity with their contents will go a long way toward making technical work more uniform, and better films will follow. It is important for the roentgenologist and also for the technician in charge to know and to be able to impart to assistants what a

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