Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging
This excellent text provides comprehensive coverage of advanced imaging techniques, chest radiology, alimentary tract and abdominal radiology, as well as genitourinary and cardiovascular radiology. Expert contributors also discuss mammography, bone, neuroimaging, nuclear medicine, and more--all highlighted with clear illustrations.
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COntents Chest Radiology 34 Gary K Stimac
Alimentary Tract and Abdominal
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