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This volume presents a remarkable series of roentgen studies accompanied by a short text in eight chapters on the following subjects: axioms, with illustrative roentgenograms; the differential diagnosis of foreign bodies in the air and food passages; the diagnosis of radiopaque foreign bodies in the air passages; the diagnosis of radioparent foreign bodies in the bronchi; foreign bodies in the stomach and intestines; roentgenologic requirements of the bronchoscopist; collateral data useful for the roentgenologist, and fluoroscopic endoscopy. The studies will be valuable to the roentgenologist as well as to the practicing bronchoscopist.
Annals of Roentgenology. A Series of Monographic Atlases. James T. Case, Editor. Volume 16. Foreign Body in Air and Food Passages Roentgenologically Considered. Arch Otolaryngol. 1934;20(2):295. doi:10.1001/archotol.1934.03600020159015
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