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The older radiologists were able to keep abreast of the development of their subject as their knowledge grew with it in the course of its evolution. For the student who is now entering upon this field of work, the physical problems are far more complex and diversified and the apparatus much more complicated. Without going too deeply into general physics, electricity and mathematics, this textbook presents the necessary information for an understanding of the principles of radiology, the construction of type forms of apparatus, and the general theory of dosage. Thirty-two tables of various constants and other useful information are
Physics of Radiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1931;5:78. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-1-78_2
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