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The illustrative material in an atlas is of prime importance, generally taking precedence over the text. This book was intended by the author as an atlas, although this designation does not appear in the main title nor in the publisher's catalog. There are 11 chapters dealing with various segments of the alimentary and biliary tracts, liver, pancreas, and abdomen, and each chapter contains a very brief discussion of many diseases followed by numerous pages of excellent illustrations. The text has an informal tone, and many helpful technical points based on the author's personal experience are included throughout the book. Each
Gastro-Intestinal X-Ray Diagnosis. A Descriptive Atlas.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;73:872–873. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-73-5-872_2
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