Dermatology Self-Assessment Colour Review
Neuroimaging Self-Assessment Colour Review
Clinical Anatomy Self-Assessment Colour Review
By Neil D. Kitchen, Guy McKhann, Hadi Manji
October 09, 2015
This illustrated colour review covers all aspects of neurology and neurosurgery including: dystonia, tremor, akinetic rigid syndrome (Parkinsonian conditions), infectious diseases, headache, brain tumors, demyelinating disease, epilepsy, neuro-ophthalmology, peripheral neuropathy, clinical ...
By John F. O'Brien
December 21, 2012
This new volume in the established and well-respected series of Self-Assessment Color Reviews covers all aspects of adult emergency medicine. Some 250 cases are presented randomly to reflect real-life practice. Each case consists of one or more questions, illustrated by stimulating visual material...
By Ronald Marks
July 31, 2012
This collection of over 200 clinical cases—comprising questions, top quality color photos and detailed explanatory answers—covers most aspects of dermatology. The author emphasizes more common conditions, but also features some more unusual and challenging cases. The cases are presented randomly to...
By Stephen G. Spiro, Richard K. Albert, Jerry Brown, Neal Navani
April 15, 2011
This edition integrates self-test questions, illustrations, and detailed explanations, as well as provides new material on sleep-disordered breathing, the newer methods of staging of lung cancer, interstitial lung diseases, and infections....
By Kirsten Forbes, Sanjay Shetty, Michael H Lev, Joseph Heiserman
May 30, 2008
This self-assessment colour review will be useful to neurologists and neuroradiologists in training and practice as it covers the full spectrum of neurological disease using modern imaging techniques - MRI, CT, invasive and non-invasive vascular imaging. The emphasis is on diagnostic neuroimaging ...
By Stuart Rosen, Rajan Sharma, Celia M. Oakley
March 01, 2004
Reflecting the latest advances in investigative techniques and treatment, this self-assessment volume contains more than 200 clinical cases in the form of multi-part questions with detailed integrated answers. The question-and-answer format is supplemented with line drawings and photographs of ...
By Roger W Chapman, Henry C Bodenheimer Jr.
March 03, 2003
Hepatobiliary medicine has seen major recent scientific advances in viral hepatitis, haemochromatosis and autoimmune liver/disease helped by imaging advances in MRI and CT. This volume of some 200 cases, written by an internationally renowned author team, covers the whole spectrum of liver disease,...
By Edward J Evans, Bernard J Moxham, Richard L. M Newell, Robert M Santer
April 21, 1999
An understanding of the relevance of anatomy to clinical practice is fundamental for medical students and young doctors. For this reason most of the questions in this self-assessment book are presented as case histories or clinical puzzles that require anatomical information for their elucidation. ...