every qualified radiographer radiography student should have this book. This pocket handbook fits in your pocket so you can get it out and have a flick through if unsure etc Has a lot of detailed information on how to position and even what the image needs to show for it to be diagnostically acceptable Great buy This book is not very detailed and doesn t have a set structure for the way in which one should carry out an xray I am in my last year of university and have now switched to bontrager s positioning handbook Much better Very handy book, full of information for the new student or to refresh the older mind. I think every student in my year has this boom and has helped me through the exams Definitely essential to any radiography student Useful information in the book The book came with scratches although it s supposed to be new. A little dificult to understand I ordered this book because my teacher recommended to buy it for UNI it was very fast delivery but I didn t even open the thing it doesn t look like a book at all it is a notebook the contents printed on I am sure it doesn t take than a few days to fall apart I returned it immediately I don t recommend the material at all. Drawn from the bestselling Clark s Positioning in Radiography, this pocket handbook provides clear and practical advice to help radiographers in their day to day work Designed for rapid reference, it covers how to position the patient and the central ray, describes the essential image characteristics and illustrates each radiographic projection with a positioning photograph and a radiograph