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X-rays on human affairs.
John M. Work
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|Number of Pages||192|
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The plot builds quickly but unfortunately the ending comes too soon. 'An X-Ray Affair' is a great quick read and a titillating peak into a world largely unexplored in modern literature/5(5).
An immense amount of information is organized according to type of X-ray, body part, sex, age, and risk of future disease. A dramatic contribution to preventive medicine and medical decision-making, this book should be available wherever needed: labs, medical and dental offices, subject and science reference : John W.
Gofman. The batteries power a small light box that allows you to look at 16 x-rays. The pages of the book tell you which x-ray to look at for each page and then tells you even more information about each body part. It manages to pack a lot of information in a small space, but uses large pictures to do most of the talking/5(24).
X-Ray Vision: The Evolution of Medical Imaging and Its Human Significance by Richard B. Gunderman: This book chronicles the journey of X-rays through the medical field from the perspectives of both sides of the table.
Through stories and illustrations, it tells of the doctors and scientists who have worked hard to further the field of medical imaging and the patients whose lives.
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