Radiologic diagnosis of diseases of the chest
RADIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE CHEST provides a superb, concise overview of the radiologic manifestations of chest disease. This unique book is a radiologic companion to Fraser & Pare's DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE CHEST, 4TH EDITION. An abbreviated approach to the subject matter provides only the most essential etiologic, pathogenetic, clinical, and pathologic information. This format suits physicians requiring a concise review of the radiologic manifestations of chest disease. Several new illustrations and numerous tables have been added, and information has been updated throughout.
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