A Radiologic Approach to Diseases of the Chest
Irwin M. Freundlich, David G. Bragg
Williams & Wilkins, 1992 - Medical - 560 pages
Thirteen "approach" chapters introduce the subject and serve as groundwork for the following chapters devoted to disease entities--childhood diseases, trauma, bacterial and viral infections, thoracic sarcosis, mediastinal masses, transthoracic biopsy and drainage procedures, allergic lung disease, cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis, among others. Special topics include AIDS, digital chest radiography, and MRI of the thorax--comparison with CT. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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