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Topics in Radiology

Z. Danilevicius, MD
JAMA. 1974;229(1):73. doi:10.1001/jama.1974.03230390049027.
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A busy physician is often confronted with clinical problems that are outside of his field of expertise. One specialty that every practicing physician is in contact with is radiology. Because there are many areas in radiology that non-radiologists must be familiar with, The Journal is introducing a new section, TOPICS IN RADIOLOGY.

Under the direction of Benjamin Felson, MD, professor and chairman of the Department of Radiology, University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine, a number of noted radiologists will present weekly articles on topics in radiological diagnosis and therapy. Of the four or five monthly issues of JAMA, one will contain information on radiological diagnosis, another on radiotherapy, a third will present a "gamut" (presenting the differential diagnostic possibilities offered by a variety of roentgen signs), a fourth will feature an intriguing radiological picture of the month and, if there is a fifth issue that month, it will be set

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