1st Edition

Cross-sectional Diagnostic Imaging Cases for Self Assessment

By Nicola Strickland Copyright 2002

    Specifically aimed at candidates taking their higher exams in clinical medicine (such as the Boards Examinations in the United States and Membership of The Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom), Cross-sectional Diagnostic Imaging focuses on cross-sectional imaging (computed tomography, magnetic resonance, and ultrasound, and also includes nuclear medicine isotope imaging) since these cross-sectional techniques have become integral to modern clinical practice.

    1. Normal Cross-sectional Anatomy 2. Specific Anatomy Showing a Number of Different Cases: Chest, Abdomen, Brain, Spine Nuclear Medicine


    Nicola Strickland (Author) ,  Preeti Gupta (Author)

    'The images are of excellent quality, illustrating an enviable range of classic pathologies. The text is lean and lucid. The orientation is clinical throughout. For this reason there would be huge profit for radiology trainees to read it too. Indeed, it is a good refresher for the established radiologist who may think he is in a groove but is actually in a rut. It is well indexed so it doubles up as a most useful reference book. Given its pedigree, it is no surprise that this book is so good. Buy it and read it; it's a snip!' - RAD Magazine

    'challenging and interesting...If you want to test yourself and your basic knowledge of radiology, this is definitely a book for you.' - Acta Radiologica