By Barry Carver
This ebook offers in a single concise quantity the whole variety of radiographic positioning and methods - the elemental recommendations of radiography which all scholars and pros needs to comprehend. Uniquely, it combines this crucial center wisdom with a reflective method. The editors have introduced jointly contributions from radiographers, radiography academics, radiologists and different specialists from the economic region of scientific imaging, all chosen for his or her scientific and educational services.
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