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August 15, 1936

Dental Roentgenology

JAMA. 1936;107(7):527. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770330057028

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This book is not only one for the student but one that will be of great aid to the general practitioner. The introductory chapter with its statistics gives one quite a comprehensive knowledge, as well as keen insight regarding the value of dental roentgenology and the relationship that should exist between the dentist and the physician and vice versa. The early chapters give one a thorough understanding of the construction of the machine and the types of tubes; also a description of the electrical terminology, so that the reader knows just what is meant when certain terms are used. Dark room procedure, which is important, is also discussed, as well as the care and precautions to be observed not alone by the operator but also toward his patient. The book also deals with another important phase of roentgenology, that of angulations and the various types of technic for the intra-oral

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