Since radiology is the newest major branch of the practice of medicine, there is considerable difference of opinion among the entire medical profession as to its value in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. The medical schools of the United States also place different degrees of importance on this specialty. To determine the status of the teaching of radiology, a survey was made by review of all the catalogues of all the medical schools in the United States giving a full four year course and rated as grade A by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. Since the medical schools could not all be visited, this had to be done entirely by the last available catalogue published by each medical school. The information secured from these catalogues was checked with the information furnished by the last Educational Number of The Journal of the American
MOORE C. UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING OF RADIOLOGY IN THE MEDICAL SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATESA SURVEY. JAMA. 1937;109(9):637–640. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780350005003
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