Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology
A standard introductory text on radiology for medical students, now updated to reflect the latest types and uses of imaging techniques. Complementing the text are superb reproductions of plain film, computed tomography, magnetic-resonance, and ultrasound imageshundreds of them new to this edition. 1,269 b&w photographs. 85 line illus.
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The Imaging Techniques
Normal Radiological Anatomy
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