Pendergrass, Eugene P.
Title The Pneumoconiosis Problem: With Emphasis on the Role of the Radiologist
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition Good
Edition FIRST EDITION
Size 7" x 10"
Publisher CHARLES C. THOMAS 1958
Illustrator SCANS & TABLES
Seller ID MLBE1006
This book discusses guidelines in the interpretation of shadow patterns in roentgenograms, the tendency of overinterpretation, operative removal of solitary silicotic masses thought to be carcinoma, anemic infarcts due to silicosis, Caplan's syndrome, and the international classification of pneumoconiosis. Contents include types of pneumoconiosis, pathogenesis, classification of the various roentgenologic manifestations of pneumoconiosis in various situations. A valuable resource for radiologists, internists, chest physicians, pulmonary physiologists, broncologists, industrial physicians, thoracic surgeons, and students.146 pages with 53 b&w imaging scans. Minor internal pencil underlining, dustjacket edges slightly worn with age spots on the spine.
radiology, roentgenology, Nuclear medicine, Pulmonary Physiology