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The general plan of this book is excellent. The various organic systems are discussed in regular order. They are preceded by a concise discussion of the pathologic lesions that can be shown either directly or indirectly by the roentgen ray, as well as the important roentgenologic points to be observed in making a diagnosis. On account of the limited space devoted to the discussions of the roentgenologic observations, twenty-two pages, to cover the alimentary tract, respiratory system, nervous system, blood vessels, teeth, foreign bodies, thyroid, nose and the female generative system, the statements are rather dogmatic and brief. The illustrations have been selected with care to portray particular lesions. The small inset in each film is of particular value to those not primarily interested in roentgenology. There is a full description of each illustration, usually accompanied by operative observations. Several normals are conveniently arranged for comparison with the pathologic ones
A Descriptive Atlas of Visceral Radiograms. JAMA. 1927;88(20):1589. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680460059032
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