- Year: 2008
- Page Number: 254
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 7.70 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Ramón Ribes
This book is an introduction to diagnostic radiology (including nuclear medicine). Written in a user-friendly format, it takes into account that radiology is divided into many subspecialties that constitute a universe of their own. The book is subdivided into ten sections, such as musculoskeletal, thoracic, gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and breast imaging. Each chapter is presented with an introduction of the subspecialty and ten case studies with illustrations and comments.
“It essentially divides radiology into 10 sections … . The book is aimed at the medical student market and the junior doctors market as well as any other interested healthcare professionals. … Each section contains material for further reading at the end, which will appeal to those who like to study in greater depth. … Overall, the presentation of the book is good and I am sure the text will be a welcome addition to the … market in this area.” (Arpan Banerjee, RAD Magazine, January, 2009)
“Learning Diagnostic Imaging is a collection of cases designed for medical students and new residents as a preview of the various subspecialties of radiology. … The authors attempt to provide an essential background level of information on which to base future learning as the reader proceeds through medical school and/or residency. … This book is easy to read and understand and is user friendly. … it is worth the investment if you are in need of a high-quality introductory case-file book.” (James W. Berger, Radiology, Vol. 253 (2), November, 2009)
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