volume 114, issue 3, P747-748 1975
DOI: 10.1148/114.3.747
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Abstract: Because of the ever increasing need for radiological services in disadvantaged and remote areas of the United States, it is proposed that there be more emphasis and encouragement of family practice radiology. Since most diagnostic work consists of "bread and butter" radiology rather than highly specialized procedures, and because much of radiation therapy is palliative and can be done outside major therapy centers, the author believes that competency in these areas can be obtained in a resonable training time.

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