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This second edition deals with an intimate correlation of the anatomy and roentgen diagnosis of the bronchi. The first chapter deals with the anatomy of the lungs, each lobe and the various bronchi supplying each segment. Chapter 2 presents methods of roentgen examination to emphasize and localize the individual bronchi. This includes demonstrations of body sections. Chapter 3 is devoted to a more critical anatomical and roentgenographic presentation not only of each bronchus but also the bronchioceles. The relation of the vascular system to the entire bronchial tree is illustrated. The text is amplified by photographs of anatomical sections, roentgenograms, tomograms, and line drawings.
This book is presented with extreme attention to detail and should prove of great value to every roentgenologist.
Topographische Ausdeutung der Bronchien im Röntgenbild. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1958;67(2):253. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archotol.1958.00730010259023
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