Rapid Review of Radiology
Rapid Review of Medicine in Old Age
By Jessica J Manson, David Isenberg, Sharon Chambers, Michael E Shipley, Joan T Merrill
July 24, 2014
This Rapid Review is a concise, evidence-based guide to the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatological and musculoskeletal disorders. Covering the basic principles of joint examination and key clinical skills, the book describes more than 100 clinical cases especially chosen to illustrate both ...
By Shahid Hussain, Sherif Aaron Abdel Latif, Adrian David Hall
May 30, 2010
As in all specialties, learning in radiology is a life long process but for radiologists in training there is a vast amount of information to assimilate. In this book the authors have compiled 191 cases to help the reader with the practical aspects of image recognition and differential ...
By Michael Vassallo, Stephen Allen
December 27, 2007
This book has two main purposes: formative case analysis and self-assessment of medicine in old age. It presents clinicians with a series of cases on which to base discussion of the investigation and management of patients. It also provides the trainee, or established doctor, with a medium to help ...
By Sanjay Sharma, Rashmi Kaushal
June 13, 2006
This book is an invaluable resource with 400 self-assessment cases and data interpretation questions covering all aspects of internal medicine. It has great breadth of coverage, superb illustration, lively presentation, precise answers and detailed discussion....
By Tariq Azeem, Michael Vassallo, Nilesh J Samani
April 11, 2005
The authors aim to provide a comprehensive review of ECG interpretation in a case presentation format. The book begins with the basic principles of electrocardiography and provides comprehensive tables listing differential diagnoses of all the major ECG abnormalities. The 50 cases illustrated by ...
By Rashmi Kaushal, Rikin Trivedi, Sanjay Sharma
March 30, 2004
Following the super-success of their MRCP Part 2 volume, the authors adapt their special teaching skills to the needs of MRCP Part 1 and similar exams in internal medicine. The book consists of 360 ‘Best of 5’ multiple choice questions (1,800 clinical decision) reflecting the latest exam format. It...