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Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy
This radiography text focuses on about 200 of the most commonly performed radiographic exams, featuring a clear, easy-to-follow organization. It presents positioning and projection information in an easy-to-read, bulleted format on one side of the page spread, with corresponding positioning photos, radiographic images and anatomical drawings on the other side. Expert conte ...more
Hardcover, 872 pages
Published February 7th 2005 by Mosby
(first published 1987)
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Great book for every soon-to-be radiographer/radiologic technologist. You could say it's a bit dated since there are a lot of positions you more or less never do these days because of CT, but at the same time, one day you might stand there, having to take "that" picture you never bothered to learn, and that's when you bring out this book again. Great to have.
A helpful pocket guide to common radiographic positions. My program uses Merrill's for its positioning, but I prefer this pocket guide to the Merrill's one - this one fits more easily in the pocket, it has diagrams of optimal marker placement, and has convenient places and grids on each page to write in techniques that work. The photograph of the optimal patient position and the textual description are on the same page, which is helpful when you have the book flipped open - saves having to keep ...more