Principles and Interpretation of Chest X-rays

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Orient Blackswan, 2007 - Chest - 157 pages
" This Book Is Meant For Students Of Medicine And Radiology, And Practitioners. " It Has Nearly 400 X-Rays Including Some Very Rare Ones. Both Normal And Abnormal X-Rays Are Shown And Analysed. The Discussion Of Abnormal X-Rays In The Clinical Case Study Format (Under The Headings Site Of Disease, Pathology And Etiology) Is The Unique Feature Of This Book. " A Brief Quiz At The Beginning And End Of Each Section Stimulate The Reader And Confirm Understanding Of The Principles. " A Special Chapter On Cardiac Shadows Is Also Provided." A Free Cd Provided Within The Book Contains Some Of The Important X-Rays From The Book, For Detailed Perusal.
 

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Contents

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Introduction to Chest Xray Diagnosis
Radiographic technique 13
Clinical Interpretation of Chest Xrays
A chest xray PA view forms the first most important investigation for understanding
Chest Xray and the Heart
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