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Is it cancer or just a bad pixel? Radiologists are the physicians we rarely get to see. Radiologists at Work contains the most memorable moments from the careers of 20 radiologists who practiced from the 1940s to the present day. These true stories are told with the trademark wit and warmth that has earned Carolyn Jourdan five national best-sellers. They give a rare glimpse at hidden heroes who work behind the scenes. Jourdan's first-rate medical writing illuminates the mysterious black-and-white world that stands at the front lines of modern healthcare. If you like Oliver Sacks and Atul Gawande, you will enjoy this book.
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By Jan on 02-22-17
nonfiction, medical, interviews, humor
Much to learn and assimilate about the preparations for practice, problems and joys of the field, and historical perspectives regarding radiology/radiologists. My own perspective comes from having been a nurse in various settings over many years, but my time has been in the North Central US, and those interviewed worked in the Southeast US. This compendium is very well written and many who are not paramedical personnel should be able to benefit from the humane aspects as well as much of the humor. Bottom line is that I loved it! The publisher's blurb gives hints and there is no need to recap the book here.
Eric Martin proved to be an excellent narrator for this one.
I requested and received a free review copy from the publisher, author, or narrator courtesy of AudioBookBOOM.
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