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The highly interesting cases presented and the manner of preparation of the clinical material won warm appreciation from surgeons, radiologists, gastroenterologists and other clinicians for the first two volumes of this publication.
The present volume continues the high interest and excellence of illustrative material. The majority of cases represent classic and atypical, easy and difficult problems. Each case is briefly described. Considerable importance is given the radiographic evidence which has contributed to the diagnosis or which has led into error, followed by brief operative detail and microphotographs of the corresponding specimen. Gastroenterology seems to be the favorite subject in these case presentations, but the other branches are not neglected. This is really an atlas of clinical radiology.
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