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Making Sense of the Chest X-ray, a hands-on Dr Paul Jenkins, Hodder Arnold Press 2005


The chest radiograph is one of the most challenging images to interpret reliably, yet accurate film reading can be very rewarding professionally and can significantly improve patient management. These skills are important for all professionals working in acute medicine and acquiring them requires a comprehensive book collection and a wide experience but above all a good teacher.

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