Atlas of Emergency Radiology
Gary A. Johnson
W.B. Saunders Company, 2001 - Medical - 294 pages
This timely new atlas of emergency radiology offers practical guidance to help the reader make efficient, accurate clinical decisions. The highly visual format provides a unique look at challenging cases which involve radiographic interpretation of plain films of multiple body systems. More than 400 superb illustrations guide the reader through cardiothoracic, spinal, and abdominal imaging, as well as radiography of the skull and face, extremities, bony lesions, and more.
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