Handbook of Pediatric Imaging
Lori L. Barr
Churchill Livingstone, 1991 - Diagnostic Imaging - 482 pages
A guide to radiographic analysis of childhood diseases, which covers all common paediatric conditions and focuses on practical imaging approaches and clinical problems. Amongst the areas covered are the head and neck, the respiratory system, the gastrointestinal system and the nervous system.
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