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This work is written to meet the demand for a book on the interpretation of radiograms. Most books are written from the technical standpoint, but in this volume the subject is dealt with from the clinical point of view. An attempt is made to give brief descriptions of the early signs of disease, and it is hoped that their brevity will not make them appear too dogmatic. The author emphasizes the fact that radiology must ever be the handmaiden of the clinician; an x-ray diagnosis is rarely possible, save with some bone conditions. X-rays are often able to confirm those
Surgical Radiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1929;3:78. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-1-78_1
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