Book review| Volume 27, ISSUE 3, P217, May 2003

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Breast imaging: a correlative atlas

Beverly E. Hashimoto and Donald Bauermeister, New York, Stuttgart. Thieme 2003, 560 pages, 700 illustrations, US$149.00
        This atlas on breast imaging, which is based on the experience of an ultrasonographer, Dr. Hashimoto, and of a pathologist, Dr. Bauermeister, discusses 208 case studies, organized in 10 sections according to the clinical findings and the type of pathology they presented. For the readers who are particularly interested in ultrasonography, a special listing is given to the “Pattern Approach to Breast Imaging” (from Fluid Collections to Masses Poorly Identified Sonographically).
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