Atlas of Radiology of the Chest
Gower Medical Pub., Jan 1, 1991 - Medical - 155 pages
This atlas opens with a discussion of the normal chest radiograph and differential diagnosis of a mass on the chest radiograph. The main section centres on radiographic appearances of the major disorders of the chest, and ends with an account of the radiographic assessment of chest injuries.
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