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Imaging of Cardiac Disorders

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Volume 1.: Congenital Disorders. (384 pages). Volume 2.: Acquired Disorders. (433 pages). Soto Benigno, Kassner E. George, Baxley Willam A.. ; eds. 817 pages. Philadelphia: : J.B. Lippincott; ; 1992.. $175.00.

Ann Intern Med. 1992;117(9):799. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-117-9-799_2
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Imaging methods have become enormously important in medical diagnosis. This important role is particularly apparent in cardiovascular medicine and surgery, as evidenced, in part, by a recent proliferation of new texts on methods of cardiac imaging. These texts vary in purpose and intended audience, ranging from atlases to detailed explorations of a specific imaging modality to works that attempt to cover broadly the several imaging approaches currently and potentially of use in cardiac diagnosis. The text by Soto and colleagues falls roughly into the third category: Its stated purpose is "... to bridge the gap between introductory texts and more


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