Combat Radiology in essence comprises 3 books in a single volume. The first is a firsthand account of the front-line experiences of a military physician, author, and educator on the bloody battlefields of Iraq. The second is a detailed report of the current state of military medicine practiced in wartime conditions. The third is a comprehensive, well-illustrated textbook detailing the diagnosis and management of blast and ballistic injuries, whether inflicted by the enemy in times of war by terrorists in times of peace.
Berlin L. Combat Radiology: Diagnostic Imaging of Blast and Ballistic Injuries. JAMA. 2010;304(23):2646. doi:10.1001/jama.2010.1838
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