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Volume VI of these well known medical atlases has been difficult to obtain in the last few years. The photographic reproductions are made by a special process devised by Groedel and are unsurpassed in the clarity of details. One must see the reproductions to appreciate them. In general, the author has followed the scheme adhered to in the former editions. Considerable new material has been added to the text and older material has been revised. The first chapter contains the text. It deals first with foreign bodies. The author draws freely on his vast practical experience in this field. The various methods of the localization of foreign bodies are discussed in detail and illustrated with many accompanying sketches. The chapter on concretions covers a few pages, sufficient to form the important points of difference. Reference is made in the text to the photographic reproductions in the second part of the
Atlas chirurgisch-pathologischer Röntgenbilder.. JAMA. 1931;97(6):414. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730060052041