Publisher:Thieme Medical Publishers | Pages:368 | 2006-01-13 | ISBN:1588900827 | PDF | 40.11 MB
This comprehensive introduction to the essentials of radiology is designed to enable readers to excel at ordering the appropriate examination and reliably interpreting basic imaging findings.
Organized around the major organ systems, it situates imaging within the larger context of the patient's clinical presentation, the pathophysiology of the disease or injury, the analysis and differential diagnosis of imaging findings, and the integration of each into patient management.
Special features include:
Concise reviews of key anatomic and physiologic principles
Full integration of pathophysiology and imaging findings
More than 600 exquisite illustrations demonstrating important concepts
Mini-atlas of essential cross-sectional anatomy of the brain, chest, and abdomen
Essential Radiology is an invaluable reference for learning how to make full use of radiology's extraordinary promise in diagnosing disease and enhancing patient care. Instructors will find this an ideal book for course adoption.
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