Merrill's atlas of radiographic positions and radiologic procedures
The first volume of Merrill's Atlas presents preliminary steps in radiography, radiation protection, and terminology. Then it covers anatomy and positioning for the upper limb, shoulder girdle, lower limb, pelvis and upper femora, vertebral column, and thoracic viscera. Volume 1 closes with these specialty topics: long bone measurement, contrast arthrography, foreign body localization, and trauma radiography.
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