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In the interpretation of roentgen pictures, as in the diagnosis of tissue sections, a judgment cannot be made by direct comparison with other pictures or with other slides. Yet such illustrative material may be of very great aid. Pathological processes may never be duplicated in respect to all minute details, but they always follow general laws. The authors of this manual have wisely emphasized these principles both in their prefatory advice and in the use of a large number of well chosen illustrations. The first chapter is given over to a brief discussion of confusing shadows and artefacts and the
Roentgen Interpretation: A Manual for Students and Practitioners.. Ann Intern Med. 1931;5:78–79. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-1-78_3
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