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Radiology for Medical Finals
A case-based guide





ISBN 9781498782166
Published December 12, 2017 by CRC Press
562 Pages - 410 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

This book is an informed, educational and abundantly illustrated guide to the imaging knowledge that medical students in the clinical years of their undergraduate studies will be required to get to know, understand and recall in order to negotiate successfully their finals exams. Via the popular and instructive case-based format, readers are guided through 100 cases chosen specifically to reflect what the authors consider is necessary knowledge for finals, and imaging modalities that students can reasonably expect to encounter with a resulting emphasis on plain film with some CT and MR.

Table of Contents

Overview of imaging modalities. Hints and tips for Finals OSCE.The Normal Chest X-ray. The Normal Abdominal X-ray. Thoracic Cases. Cardiovascular Cases. Abdomen and Pelvis Cases.  Musculoskeletal Cases. Neurology Cases. Paediatric Cases.

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Biography

Lt Col Edward Sellon is a Consultant Radiologist with the British Army and an Honorary Consultant Radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals, UK

David C Howlett is a Consultant Radiologist at East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust and Honorary Clinical Professor Radiology at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Professor Howlett is an experienced undergraduate examiner at two medical schools, Kings College London and Brighton and Sussex Medical School and has provided radiological imaging for Brighton finals for many years. He is radiology lead for year 5 at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and has been involved in the preparation of the national undergraduate radiology curriculum on behalf of the Royal College of Radiologists. As such he has a detailed and intimate knowledge of the radiological requirements for finals, both for written and OSCE exams.