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This interesting, concise book on radiographic technic is attractively presented in a small volume. Interleaved are a number of blank pages for notations. The book is essentially a handbook on the technical and practical radiographic methods for technicians and students. The various technical maneuvers are explained, and an effort is made to make clear the purpose of each stage of technic. There is no discussion of physics included. Such a book will be valuable in the hands of most technicians. Many physicians who do occasional radiographic work should find it useful.
A Handbook of Radiography. JAMA. 1941;116(8):798. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820080138043
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