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The first edition of this work, which appeared in 1949, is recognized as a standard in its field. It might have been more accurate if the publishers had called this recent volume an additional printing rather than a new edition as there have been only minor changes in the text and practically no changes in the illustrations. Anyone owning the first edition would have nothing to gain by purchasing the second. Anyone who does not own the first edition, however, should welcome the opportunity for acquisition which this new printing affords. Most of the text can still be considered upto-date as there has been little necessity for change in the past 10 years. This is not so in relation to angiographic examinations as here, too, the second edition reprints the original text and illustrations; in 1949, this material, which has as its reference a 1941 publication, was out of date;
Atlas of Rœntgenograpic Positions. Volumes One and Two. JAMA. 1960;172(11):1220. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020110104033