Core Radiology: A Visual Approach to Diagnostic ImagingPaperback
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- Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Format: Paperback | 895 pages
- Dimensions: 220mm x 270mm x 44mm | 3,140g
- Publication date: 30 November 2013
- Publication City/Country: Cambridge
- ISBN 10: 1107679680
- ISBN 13: 9781107679689
- Edition statement: New.
- Illustrations note: 1200 b/w illus. 300 colour illus.
- Sales rank: 217,112
Combining over 1200 clinical images, 300 color illustrations and concise, bulleted text, Core Radiology is a comprehensive, up-to-date resource for learning, reference and board review. The clearly-formatted design integrates the images and accompanying text, facilitating streamlined and efficient learning. All subjects covered by the American Board of Radiology Core Exam are included: * Breast imaging, including interventions and MRI * Neuroimaging, including brain, head and neck, and spine * Musculoskeletal imaging, including knee and shoulder MRI * Genitourinary imaging, including pelvic MRI * Gastrointestinal imaging, including MRI and MRCP * General, vascular, gynecological and obstetrical ultrasound * Nuclear imaging, including PET-CT and nuclear cardiology * Thoracic imaging * Cardiovascular imaging, including cardiac CT and MRI * Pediatric imaging * Interventional radiology * Radiological physics review, contrast media and reactions. Essential reading for radiology residents reviewing for boards, as well as practicing radiologists seeking a practical up-to-date guide to the field.
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Jacob Mandell, MD Radiology Residency, Class of 2013, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
'This book is a winner, and is recommended for all program libraries and for individual resident purchase. For neuroradiologists, it could serve as a refresher and a reminder of those annoying body and chest structures and abnormalities that present themselves when reading spine MRIs or CTs.' American Journal of Neuroradiology
Table of contents
1. Thoracic imaging; 2. Gastrointestinal imaging; 3. Genitourinary imaging; 4. Neuroimaging; 5. Musculoskeletal imaging; 6. Ultrasound; 7. Nuclear imaging; 8. Breast imaging; 9. Cardiovascular imaging; 10. Interventional radiology; 11. Pediatric imaging; Index.