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The compiler of this volume, an honorary editor of the British Faculty of Radiologists, was invited by Dr. Peter Kerley to carry on the highly valued series the first and second editions of which Dr. Kerley had so ably prepared in 1931 and 1936. Since then the complexion of the offering has undergone a profound change, properly noted by the present author in the preface. Actually "established practices" rather than "advances" would be more descriptive of the radiological material that has been presented. The term "recent," which survives in the title, does so entirely by virtue of the indulgence that Mr. Lodge has requested of his readers. On its 24th birthday this book has become what its writer describes as a general textbook of radiodiagnostics intended for radiologists engaged in general hospital practice. Its 10 chapters deal with various aspects of the clinical application of radiological principles and methods. The
Recent Advances in Radiology. JAMA. 1956;160(3):247. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02960380095028
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