Take image interpreting one step at a time with Essentials of Radiology, the most accessible radiology text on the market for gaining a foothold on the fundamentals. Breathe easy - this reference assumes no prior knowledge of radiology, making it the perfect choice for anyone just starting out in the field. Whether you're a student or resident, you'll appreciate how expert radiologist, Dr. Mettler, masterfully distills all the information you need, in precisely the right way.
- Gain a rich understanding of recent advances in the diagnostic imaging of abdominal, pelvic, and retroperitoneal conditions, and take advantage of this text's sharp focus on the most common pathologic entities and rarer life-threatening conditions.
- Explore the radiologic evaluation of headaches, hypertension, low back pain, and other challenging conditions.
2. Head and Soft Tissues of Face and Neck
5. Cardiovascular System
6. Gastrointestinal System
7. Genitourinary System and Retroperitoneum
8. Skeletal System
9. Nonskeletal Pediatric Imaging
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- 5th June 2013
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Emeritus Professor, Department of Radiology, University of New Mexico, School of Medicine, Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
There is a wealth of information presented in a way that should be understandable to medical students and residents. There is more clinical information than is seen in other radiologic texts aimed at nonradiologists. This book is a reasonable purchase for nonradiologists looking for a readable overview of radiology. ~ reviewed by James M. Messmer, MD.
"This book is clearly aimed at medics aspiring to become radiologists or aiming to improve their image review skills. A selection of pathologies are decribed clearly and in a suitable level of detail given the size of the text and the title. The book is divided into nine clear and obvious sections and is to navigate. It is well written, and easy to follow...Generally a useful initial reference tool for young medics."
RAD, December 2013