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Publication Date: 1995
Bruce W. Long MS RT(R)(CV) FASRT, John A. Rafert MS RT(R)
This reference book provides instructions for special radiographic positions and projections needed to image orthopaedic pathology. Thorough coverage of all joints and body parts that require special radiographic positions is included, as well as reference information on fractures, orthopaedic hardware, and arthritides. This clear and concise guide is supplemented with line drawings and is organized by both anatomy and position name. A Volume in the Saunders Contemporary Imaging Techniques SeriesBruce W. Long MS RT(R)(CV) FASRT is the author of 'Orthopaedic Radiography, 1e (Contemporary Imaging Techniques)', published 1995 under ISBN 9780721666495 and ISBN 0721666493.
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