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While I enjoyed hearing from the doctors about their challenging cases, I really appreciated the more historical aspects of how radiology got to where it is now and how much the discipline has changed. In fact, I would have preferred if that was the focus of the book rather than the individual radiologists discussing their jobs.
It was interesting to note that radiologists are one of the few (if not only) aspect of medicine that doesn’t usually interact directly with the patients.
This was a quick read and well-worth buying if the subject is of interest.
I give this book at 4 out of 5 stars.
If you love books by Mary Roach like STIFF, you will be thrilled to discover another author who tells it like it is.
My only criticism would be that the book would benefit from a narrative overview of the field from its early days to the present. We do get a sense of this from the many quoted interviews, but I was hungry for more.
However, I really enjoyed this and learned a lot.
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