Compiled and edited by Manuel Viamonte, Jr., and Raymond E. Parks. 562 pp, with illus. $29.50. Charles C Thomas, Springfield, Ill, 1964
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Vascular Roentgenology: Arteriography, Phlebography, Lymphography. Edited by Robert A. Schobinger and Francis F. Ruzicka, Jr. 747 pp, with illus. $35. The Macmillan Co., 60 Fifth Ave, New York 11, 1964
Progress in Angiography very neatly conveys the atmosphere of the refresher course which it records. The text is divided into sections on technique, angiocardiography, coronary arteriography, renal angiography, abdominal angiography, neuroangiography, venography, and lymphangioadenography. Each section has several subspecialist authors and each concludes with a refreshing panel discussion in which experts and audience both participate. It is here that the practical questions are answered and the valleys between the superspecialized heights of the formal presentations are filled with a leveling amount of clinical application to routine problems.
Since the scope of angiography is so wide, a selected bibliography by each expert enables us to utilize this text as a complete reference book. The reproductions, mainly demonstrating pathological states commonly encountered,
Buenger RE. Progress in Angiography. JAMA. 1965;191(10):870-871. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03080100088041