Diagnostic Radiology in Emergency Medicine
Mosby Year Book, 1992 - Medical - 674 pages
General principles; radiology of trauma; evaluation of cardiac/respiratory/neurologic/other presenting complaints.
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Head and Neck Trauma 25 Section Two s Gastrointestinal Complaints
Suzanne Z Barkin
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