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April 2, 1932

X-Ray Studies in Advanced Radiographic Technic: Selected Articles by Members of the Educational Department, X-Ray Section General Electric X-Ray Corporation.

JAMA. 1932;98(14):1214. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730400092043

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This is made up of a group of selected articles or studies, each complete in itself, concerning technical advances in eight of the regions of the body which present difficulties to most technicians from the standpoint of securing the best diagnostic value in the film. The articles are well illustrated, and details of technic are freely given. A study of the volume can hardly fail to stimulate the radiologist and his staff to secure better technical results. The last chapter, on foreign body localization, could be somewhat simplified and clarified by a few explanatory drawings and photographs so that fluoroscopy could sometimes supplant the roentgenographic method.

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