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This highly practical work, presented in atlas form, essays to provide a sound basis for the training of physicians who wish to undertake the interpretation of roentgenographic and screen appearances in the upper digestive tube, and to supply a font of experience in the form of a rich collection of interesting and proved duodenal cases with which to make comparisons. The opening pages are concerned with technical considerations, followed by a discussion of the numerous variations from the usual normal that may be encountered; then in turn are passed in review the various chapters of duodenal abnormalities with a concluding chapter on the radiologic aspects of the stomach and upper small bowel after duodenal operations. The illustrations are abundant, well chosen and excellently reproduced, with clarifying schematic drawings provided for each. Only cases are included which have been well worked up and the diagnosis verified indisputably. This is a valuable
Le duodénum: Atlas de radiologie clinique. JAMA. 1939;112(5):467. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800050081031
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