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Hoeber's latest addition to the series of roentgenologic atlases edited by Case is an imposing, beautifully prepared and printed volume which serves both as an atlas and as an adequate textbook. There exists considerable skepticism in gynecologic circles as to a wide application of the methods of air or opaque oil injection of the tubes. Jarcho is peculiarly well suited to the task of producing this work because of his well established position as a recognized gynecologist who has called to his aid everything that roentgenology can bring. He has in a satisfactory manner correlated the roentgenologic with the clinical observations and set out in well ordered manner the indications and contraindications for uterography and salpingography, and the considerable help which proper use of the x-rays may bring in gynecologic diagnosis. The author has done his work well, conservatively and helpfully, and the book can be recommended as a safe
Gynecological Roentgenology: A Roentgen Atlas of the Female Generative Organs with Special Reference to Uterosalpingography and an Outline of Gynecology in Its Relations to Roentgenology with Case Histories and a Chapter on Radium Therapy.. JAMA. 1932;99(6):499. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740580067033