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In this collective review of the year's progress in radiation diagnosis and therapy, the authors have excelled their effort of last year to present a readable, well arranged, sufficiently illustrated summary of recent progress in their respective fields. It would seem to be an indispensable volume for every radiologist, and it will be of assistance to every physician who desires to keep abreast of radiologic progress. The attention devoted to foreign literature is gratifyingly increased over the space given to foreign abstracts in the previous volume. Methods employed in radiation therapy are constantly being revised, and irradiation is being called on increasingly for the treatment of an evergrowing number of complaints. The field of radiologic physiology, biology and physics still constitutes a challenge to research for the elucidation of many unknown factors. It is apparent that biologic functions play a more important part than the mere physical variations in the
The 1933 Year Book of Radiology. Diagnosis.. JAMA. 1933;101(27):2142. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740520052034
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