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February 6, 1932

Atlas de radiographie osseuse: Pathologie, I. Lésions traumatiques.

JAMA. 1932;98(6):503. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730320063034

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These atlases, in French, are among the best of their kind. The qualifications of the authors are excellent. The purpose of the atlases is to illustrate roentgenographically the most important conditions considered under these titles. In them one finds represented the traumatic, congenital and acquired lesions of the skeleton. The point of view of the authors is diagnostic. There is no manuscript. The illustrations include roentgenograms, diagrams and line drawings. The legends are descriptive and adequate. Each roentgenogram has a supplementary tracing and a legend. The authors have been careful in the selection, organization and presentation of their material. The first volume includes fractures, dislocations and epiphyseal dislocations. In addition to every important type of fracture of the upper and lower extremities, the book includes fractures of the spine, pelvis, jaw, scapula, clavicle and ribs. There is a short chapter on fractures due to firearms, such as gunshot wounds and

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