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Radiology books tend to live or die by the quality and quantity of the illustrations they contain. High-quality images increase publishing costs, which also increase as the volume of images the book contains increases. A book that contains all comparative images to be used as a reference text (such as a comprehensive list of all causes of hilar lymphadenopathy or representative images of all diseases) will be unmanageably large, whether as …