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This monumental second volume of Glasser's Medical Physics is arranged along the lines of Volume I, which no doubt is familiar to all. The present volume is handsomely bound, which is an advantage over the loose paper back of Volume I. The material covered is far too voluminous to review in detail, but every phase of physics as applied to medicine seems to be touched on in short articles by a large number of experts. The alphabetic arrangement of topics is convenient. This book should be an invaluable storehouse for reference, not only for the specialist but for the general physician who finds it almost impossible to approach the vast literature on the subject.
Medical Physics. Volume 2. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1951;87(1):180. doi:10.1001/archinte.1951.03810010190025
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