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Pediatric Radiology Review contains a vast array of information on embryology, anatomy, surgery and a lot more. This book also contains a review of radiographs in children, as well as the most common radiological problems with which students, residents and clinicians may be confronted on a daily basis. It is the first reference of its kind available, and it contains easy-to-read question and answer format for quick diagnosis.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 210.8 x 281.9 x 17.8mm | 907.2g
  • Humana Press Inc.
  • Totowa, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 2007
  • 184 Illustrations, black and white; 200 p. 184 illus.
  • 1588298515
  • 9781588298515

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From the reviews:"This book is ... a `review of pediatric x-rays.' ... primarily is intended to help medical students, residents and clinicians recognize anatomic details on radiographic images in the absence of a radiologist. The abundance, accuracy and quality of images should achieve this goal. Another positive aspect of this text is the availability of clinical history for patients, which helps the clinician correlate information to make a sound diagnosis, interpretation or treatment plan." (Mark Schubert, Radiologic Technology, Vol. 78 (6), July/August, 2007)"A collection of diagnostic images with accompanying questions in multiple-choice format. It could be used effectively by a variety of groups: as a preparation guide for the physician contemplating a specialty in pediatrics, for radiology residents preparing for a pediatric clinical term ... . very helpful from the teaching perspective-not only to physicians and radiology residents, but also to radiological technology students. ... I highly recommend this book ... as it was a very interesting and challenging read. I couldn't put it down!" (Inez Filice, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Vol. 39 (104), June, 2008)"Pediatric Radiology Review, written for an audience of nonradiologists (medical students, residents, and clinicians) involved in the medical care of children, consists of 6 sections (chest, lateral neck, abdominal, skull, and long-bone extremity radiographs and head CT). ... the book would be useful for medical students, residents, pediatricians, and general practitioners who care for children because it provides a focused examination of radiologic diagnoses and treatments of common pediatric diseases." (Nancy E. Fitzgerald, The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Vol. 49, 2008)show more

Table of contents

CONTENTS QUESTIONS PAGE SECTION 1: Chest Radiographs 1 SECTION 2: Lateral Neck Radiographs 23 SECTION 3: Abdominal Radiographs 45 SECTION 4: Skull Radiographs 78 SECTION 5: Long Bone & Extremity Radiographs 92 SECTION 6: CT Scan Review 135 ANSWERS (including References & Justification) SECTION 1: Chest Radiographs 1 SECTION 2: Lateral Neck Radiographs 7 SECTION 3: Abdominal Radiographs 12 SECTION 4: Skull Radiographs 20 SECTION 5: Long Bone & Extremity Radiographs 28 SECTION 6: CT Scan Review 56show more

Review Text

From the reviews: "This book is ... a 'review of pediatric x-rays.' ... primarily is intended to help medical students, residents and clinicians recognize anatomic details on radiographic images in the absence of a radiologist. The abundance, accuracy and quality of images should achieve this goal. Another positive aspect of this text is the availability of clinical history for patients, which helps the clinician correlate information to make a sound diagnosis, interpretation or treatment plan." (Mark Schubert, Radiologic Technology, Vol. 78 (6), July/August, 2007) "A collection of diagnostic images with accompanying questions in multiple-choice format. It could be used effectively by a variety of groups: as a preparation guide for the physician contemplating a specialty in pediatrics, for radiology residents preparing for a pediatric clinical term ... . very helpful from the teaching perspective-not only to physicians and radiology residents, but also to radiological technology students. ... I highly recommend this book ... as it was a very interesting and challenging read. I couldn't put it down!" (Inez Filice, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, Vol. 39 (104), June, 2008) "Pediatric Radiology Review, written for an audience of nonradiologists (medical students, residents, and clinicians) involved in the medical care of children, consists of 6 sections (chest, lateral neck, abdominal, skull, and long-bone extremity radiographs and head CT). ... the book would be useful for medical students, residents, pediatricians, and general practitioners who care for children because it provides a focused examination of radiologic diagnoses and treatments of common pediatric diseases." (Nancy E. Fitzgerald, The Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Vol. 49, 2008)show more