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This is one of four volumes prepared by the authors. They present some of the essentials of anatomy and physiology, but most of the book deals with the roentgenographic appearances observed in various conditions. The book is essentially atlas-like and is so arranged that one can quickly refer to most of the conditions of current interest involving the thorax and the intrathoracic structures. The style is most acceptable, and the material has been carefully selected so that the roentgen appearance of the condition under consideration is well portrayed. The publisher is to be congratulated on the format of the volume. The print can be easily read, and the paper is very satisfactory for reproduction of the illustrations. A bibliography is given at the end of each chapter. This book should find wide use among radiologists, surgeons, and clinicians.
Clinical Roentgenology. Volume III: The Lungs and the Cardiovascular System, Emphasizing Differential Considerations. JAMA. 1956;160(1):87. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960360089031
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