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Answered By: Emily Gilbert, Health Sciences Librarian
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2017     Views: 9

The gold standard text for radiographic positioning is Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positioning and Procedures. You can find this text in the database eBooks and Academic Books via EBSCO. 

Click here to enter the database. Once you're there, search Merrill's Atlas to find the book, and click the full text link to enter it. 

Merrill's is a 3-volume atlas, so there is a plethora of information to sort through. Once you're in the book, first zoom in or out to your comfort level (#1 in the image below), and you can use the table of contents (2) to find a chapter that interests you or search with the book (3) for a specific term. Once you find something useful, use the arrows at the bottom (4) to navigate page by page, and you can print, save, or email (5) a limited number of pages from the book. 

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