Emergency Imaging (Paperback)Alexander Baxter (author)
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This small but impressive handbook not only provides a strong foundation for junior radiology residents but serves as a helpful refresher for practicing radiologists who occasionally have to cover the emergency room. I highly recommend that Emergency Imaging: A Practical Guide be added to emergency room libraries. -- Journal of Nuclear Medicine
Emergency Imaging is a comprehensive, medium- sized reference book aimed at radiology trainees who are providing on-call emergency radiology....Every radiology department should have a copy of it in its CT reporting area. -- RAD Magazine
A practical introductory reference on the clinical radiology of trauma and acute diseases, Emergency Radiology: A Practical Guide helps readers acquire the image interpretation skills necessary to care for patients with emergent conditions. The book is organized by anatomic region, and each of the eight sections has an introduction that includes an analytical approach and checklist, anatomy, imaging techniques, and important differential diagnoses.
Key Features:More than 500 high-quality imagesConcise discussions of more than 230 important traumatic and emergent conditionsA format optimized for self-study and review, with illustrations and explanatory text on facing pagesEach section includes an approach, checklist, essential anatomy, study indications, imaging protocols, and differential diagnoses
Tailored to the needs of senior medical students, radiology and emergency medicine residents, and clinicians who care for emergency patients, this book is an indispensable practical reference.
Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers Inc
Number of pages: 564
Weight: 1180 g
Dimensions: 178 x 254 x 25 mm