This volume follows the pattern of the preceding publications by the authors. It considers the roentgenologic aspects of the digestive and genitourinary tracts. In the discussion of the abdomen, the authors consider the various lesions that are recognized by the roentgenographic examination without the aid of any contrast medium. This is followed by a comprehensive study of the entire alimentary tract. Ample material is presented on the gallbladder, liver, and pancreas. In the discussion of the genitourinary tract, the authors include a comprehensive presentation of intravenous urography and retrograde pyelography, and they have discussed amply the relationship in these special studies as they pertain to the various aspects of the male and female genital tracts. This is the type of monograph that is apparently increasing in popularity. The authors include a good bibliography, and they have developed an ability to present textual material concisely, yet thoroughly. The illustrations are unusually
Clinical Roentgenology. Volume IV: The Digestive Tract, the Gall Bladder, Liver and Pancreas, the Excretory Tract and Special Studies Emphasizing Differential Considerations. JAMA. 1957;163(4):325. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02970390101034
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