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0801611989 330 pages including index. Light soiling to edges. Faint wear. Directed to the primary physician in training and in practice. Attempts to organize a portion of radiologic knowledge into a compact and palatable form. DOES include: how to make and develop films, how to position the patient, how to evaluate the film for technical problems, how to select equipment for the office, how to deal with the legalities associated with the use of X-rays, and; how to protect the unborn child. Chapters include: the radiographic image and the radiologic facility, the chest, the abdomen, the genitourinary system, orthopedics, the head and spinal axis, special procedures, nuclear medicine, radiation oncology, radiation biology and, the patient in the x-ray facility.