Spine Imaging uses a classic, case approach to provide multi-modality imaging studies and management guidance of spine pathologies for the consulting radiologist as well as the neurologist, orthopedist, or emergency clinician diagnosing and managing spinal patients. Eighty cases, featuring over 650 images, are organized into sections by pathologic process and include a clinical description followed by discussion on radiologic findings, clinical management,
and a summary of key points. An additional section on imaging signs closes the volume. Cases address which image findings are clinically significant and which are not, how to understand the severity of an injury, and when additional advanced imaging is needed, making Spine Imaging an essential resource for
managing these complex pathologies.
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Number of pages: 376
Weight: 782 g
Dimensions: 253 x 182 x 15 mm
"This is an excellent resource for individuals learning about disorders of the spine. The discussions of expected imaging findings based on mechanism of injury or disease pathology are extremely helpful in understanding how to interpret spine imaging. "- Doodys Review