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March 31, 1951

Diagnostic Roentgenology. [Renewal Pages for Volumes I and II.]

JAMA. 1951;145(13):1021. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920310077043

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Abstract

These chapters are welcome additions to the high standard of this monumental work. The author's qualifications are excellent, and the basic foundations of his work are well grounded. The material is excellent and well presented. It is primarily a reference work but is almost an atlas in character. The reproductions are excellent. The manuscript while not extensive is extremely good. The format is acceptable with pleasing type and magnificent illustrations. The style of writing is conducive to easy reading, and the accuracy of the author's statements is unquestioned. Some of the more interesting and instructive sections are endocrine disturbances affecting skeletal growth and maturation; dystrophies of bone; osteoporosis; A and D hypervitaminosis; diseases of hematopoietic and reticuloendothelial systems; infections of bone; arthritis; aseptic necrosis of bone; osteochondrosis; caisson disease; myositis ossificans and bone tumors. The index is especially helpful. The chapters should be of great instructional value to roentgenologists and

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