Published October 15, 2000
by W. B. Saunders Ltd. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||145|
An interactive e-book on basic cross-sectional imaging (CT, MRI, Ultrasound). + Suitable for students and junior doctors! + Includes basic anatomy and pathology! + Quiz at the end of every chapter! Project design and illustrations by Dr Melisa Sia (FY2) 5/5(7). The aim of this resource is to provide an easily accessible resource on cross-sectional imaging, aimed at the appropriate level for medical students on clinical attachments and junior doctors. This resource includes the underlying physics, important presentations and common pathologies, with a focus on acute conditions. The book is not only relevant to experts in paediatric imaging, but to anyone who has to undertake paediatric cases in their daily work. All paediatric departments should have this as a bench book. Junior doctors (in paediatrics/ radiology) and consultants whose on /5(4). Highly commended in the BMA book awards, this is the standard guide to abdominal x-ray interpretation. Essential reading for medical students and also used by many Junior doctors. Follow on Facebook for free mock exam questions and answers. More information and example pages.
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Radiology Basics. 5, likes 15 talking about this. A free iBook resource to teach CT, MRI and ultrasound in simple terms!Followers: K. The human Anatomy structure is very complicated, it is a huge knowledge. It is extremely important, closely related to the clinical specialties. The book “Clinical Anatomy Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors 14th Edition” is updated, selected and revised the most common anatomical issues related to clinical examination, diagnosis, treatment and care. Co-authored by the author of Radiology Masterclass, Radiology at a Glance is a complete overview of medical imaging suitable for medical students, junior doctors and other health professionals. Second edition published September Read independent review. Widely known as THE survival guide for radiology residents, fellows, and junior faculty, the "purple book" provides comprehensive, up-to-date coverage of diagnostic imaging in an easy-to-read, bulleted format. Focusing on the core information you need for learning and practice, this portable resource combines the full range of diagnostic imaging applications with the latest imaging Pages: