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This well prepared monograph considers most of the lesions that are seen by the roentgen examination. The author has arranged his material in a rather interesting form, considering lesions seen in the lung and mediastinum. The author discusses the diagnostic criteria clinically and roentgenologically and considers the conditions from which the various lesions should be differentiated. The book contains two hundred and ninety-six pages of text, reference and index, and there are ninety-three illustrations with drawings where it was necessary to emphasize shadows seen in the roentgenograms. The form of the book is not new, as a number of other authors have attacked the same problem in a similar way. Nevertheless this book is an addition to the roentgenologic literature and should bring help to those who can read German. The publishers have furnished a satisfactory paper, the print is readable and the illustrations are excellent. However, it should be
Differentialdiagnose der Lungenröntgenbilder: Besondere Berucksichtigung derjenigen Erkrankungen, die mit der Lungentuberkulose verwechselt werden können. JAMA. 1948;137(4):419. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890380089035