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Medical librarian Miriam Geller | Meeting the minds

Anatomy of a medical librarian

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Correspondent / January 16, 2006

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You want to know what a fetal gall bladder looks like under ultrasound? Miriam Geller can find out for you. Or how to spot Marfan syndrome using MRI? She'll dig up examples. After more than 50 years working in medical libraries and 25 years with the radiology department at Children's Hospital Boston, Geller knows her stuff. (Full article: 745 words)

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