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There are many text-books and monographs for those who are specializing in Radiology, but few which are sufficiently fundamental and yet broad enough in scope to serve the needs of those who are engaged in general or special practice but who are not themselves radiologists. For such the need of sufficient knowledge to be able to understand the interpretations of others and, on occasion, to form worthwhile judgments of their own, is obvious. An extended chronology of the outstanding achievements in radio-diagnosis serves as an historical introduction. The illustrative plates, with short clinical and descriptive notes make up almost the
A Descriptive Atlas of Radiographs: An Aid to Modern Clinical Methods.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:965–966. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-7-965_2
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