Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy

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Mosby, 1997 - Human anatomy - 772 pages
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This work is designed to teach student radiographers positioning, special procedures and related anatomical structures. For each procedure, a description of the photograph is accompanied by an image, the X-ray result, a line drawing of the anatomy shown in the X-ray, and evaluation criteria. All the basic or routine projects and/or positions for all body parts and systems are described, as well as some of the more common optional projections and/or procedures. Based on feedback from educators, there is an additional chapter on trauma and mobile radiography in this edition.

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General Systemic and Skeletal
Development of bones
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Kenneth L. Bontrager, MA, RT(R)

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