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The amazing progress of radiology during the last ten years led the author to undertake the review of the recent advances and to deal more or less in detail with those lines which are of interest to general medical men. His object has been to correlate pathologic and radiologic appearances in such a way as to simplify the interpretation of roentgen observations for those not practicing radiology, and to stimulate on the part of the general practitioner an appreciation of the value of the roentgen examination. The book is a testimonial to his success in writing a readable and entertaining as well as valuable treatise. Eleven chapters deal with injuries and diseases of bone; injuries and diseases of joints; deformities and diseases of the skull; the heart, aorta and mediastinum; the lungs, pleura and diaphragm; the alimentary tract; the biliary tract; the genito-urinary tract, the uterus and the pelvis. In
Recent Advances in Radiology.. JAMA. 1931;97(13):954. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730130058042