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This is the first of what is evidently intended to be a series of publications in which the editors plan to correlate the radiologic, anatomic and clinical contributions toward the solution of diagnostic problems. The title indicates the plan: (1) a brief history of the case; (2) reproduction of the roentgenograms on which the diagnosis has been based or which, as is perhaps more intriguing, have led to diagnostic error; (3) to add then the operative specimen and to discuss the case as far as it is useful in relation to the laboratory findings. The material is selected from the regular monthly medical clinics which are held under the common direction of the authors. The first volume includes a discussion of esophageal varices, diaphragmatic gastric hernia with volvulus, false aspect of gastric cancer due to perigastritis, chronic ulcerative gastritis, hour-glass stomach and other similar interesting gastrointestinal clinical reports. Of great
Confrontations radio-anatomo-cliniques. JAMA. 1947;135(1):67. doi:10.1001/jama.1947.02890010069040
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