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This book, compiled by a urologist and a roentgenologist, has successfully accomplished the purpose of its authors "to emphasize the need for close correlation between the urologist and the roentgenologist, and to show by the actual reproduction of many films what the roentgenologist may expect to find in the presence of various lesions and to indicate the proper interpretation of the shadows which are present." The method of presenting the facts in each case is unique. It is brief, clear and concise, and in a small space gives the reader all the important information leading up to the diagnosis. First the sex and age are stated. Then the roentgenographic appearance is described; although at first sight this may appear brief, in practically every case the description is complete. Under the heading of history the chief complaints of the patient are mentioned. This is followed by the urinary and cystoscopic examinations,
Roentgenographic Studies of the Urinary System. JAMA. 1933;101(14):1100. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740390058032
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