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Radiology

 

Welcome to our Radiology Library Guide!

Learn about researching radiology science and its techniques in the library and on the web.

 

This guide will help you find:

  • Books/eBooks

  • Journals and articles

  • Reference materials

  • Online resources

 

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Finding Radiology Books

The best way to find radiology books is to search the library catalog.

You can also find radiology books by browsing the library shelves. Most of the radiology books will be in the same section near other books on medicine.

 

Try these call numbers:

R - Medicine

R895-920 - Medical Physics, Medical Radiology, Nuclear Medicine

 

RC - Internal Medicine

RC71-78.4 - Diagnosis including Radiology

 

Credits

 

This guide was created with information from the Memorial University of Newfoundland Libraries and Insider Radiology, as well as our radiology consultant Michelle Burchette L.R.T. (R)(M), a X-ray Technologist and Mammography Technologist for the last 25 years. 

"Finger dislocation." The Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, edited by Jacqueline L. Longe, 5th ed., Gale, 2015. Gale OneFile: Health and Medicine, ttps://link.gale.com/apps/doc/PC4205141396/HRCA?u=nysl_me_sfc&sid=HRCA&xid=b3fc7add. Accessed 29 Aug. 2020.