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This is as fine a reference book as is available in any language on roentgen diagnosis. The first volume deals with roentgenologic studies of the osseous system and the second with the internal organs. In addition to a thorough picture of the roentgen observations, the authors have frequent chapters on the associated pathologic changes and the conditions revealed by operation. Full credit is given to the contributions in all other lands, especially America, France and Sweden. There is an excellent chapter giving the latest work in the field of gynecology and pyelography. Many of the roentgenograms have associated sketches of the details for the sake of clearness for one not especially trained in x-ray work. The book is not only excellent for students and practicing physicians but is an exhaustive reference book for radiologists.
Lehrbuch der Röntgendiagnostik. JAMA. 1932;98(11):914. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730370054035
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