Radiology and Imaging for Medical Students
Churchill Livingstone, Jan 1, 1994 - 259 pages
Designed for medical students, this text covers all aspects of radiology, explaining the basic technical and physical principles of apparatus, and showing how the different radiologic methods are used in clinical practice to demonstrate the different internal organs and their diseases.
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