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Variants and Pitfalls in Body Imaging By Ali Shirkhoda
1999 | 749 Pages | ISBN: 068330058X | PDF | 32 MB
Recommended in the Brandon/Hill selected list of print books and journals for the small medical library - April 2001 & 2003 This volume is the key to identifying unusual features that can impede accurate diagnosis. Covering all extracranial sites and all current modalities, this sourcebook explains how to recognise abnormalities, distinguish variants from both pitfalls and pathology and assess their significance. Organised by site for easy reference, the book covers MRI, ultrasound, and CT. Well respected radiologists from Nestor Mnller and Elliot Fishman to Richard Semelka, Pablo Ros, and Philip Ralls walk the reader through specific body areas,describing problems, solutions, and relevant anatomy. Users will come away with a clear understanding that will yield on target assessments for every patient