The Requisites series you know and trust for studying and rotation preparation presents this essential text on emergency radiology! It provides the foundation and the heart of the information you need for the Board exam and every day clinical use. With key features like emergent findings tables and differential diagnoses tables plus 600 high-quality images, this book makes it easy to review important information. Experts on various body systems and modalities of emergency radiology bring you a concise reference that meets all of your study needs.
Presents emergent findings and differential diagnosis tables so that important content is identified clearly within the text.
Divides the contents of the book into two sections-trauma and non-trauma-to mirror the way you practice.
Organizes the material in structured, consistent chapter layouts for efficient and effective preparation for the emergency radiology questions incorporated throughout the Board exam.
Provides clinical material on radiology procedures that define your role in managing a patient with an emergent condition.
Includes 600 multi-modality images to give you a visual understanding of this image-centered specialty.
Ch. 5 Extremities: Non-Trauma, L Diaz / Kassarjian
Ch. 6 Pediatric Emergencies: Trauma and Non-Trauma, S Bixby
Ch. 7 Non Trauma Head, Neck, Spine, Glenn Barest
Ch. 8 Non Trauma Chest, S Ledbetter et al
Ch. 9 Non Trauma Abdomen, J A Soto, S Anderson
Ch. 10 Pelvic Emergencies, B Lucey
Ch. 11 Vascular Emergencies, F Munera
Ch. 12 Emergency Nuclear Medicine, A Chacko
By Jorge A Soto, MD, Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Boston University School of Medicine, Vice Chairman, Department of Radiology, Boston Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts
and Brian Lucey, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Radiology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, Clinical Director, Department of Radiology, The Galway Clinic, Doughiska, County Galway, Ireland
276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)
Please allow 2 - 3 weeks for delivery
Without a doubt, the radiology resident doing a rotation in the emergency department can now look to Emergency Radiology: The Requisites as a single source for expert instruction in this complex realm. But equally important, this new text might be of greater benefit to emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, and trauma physicians and their trainees - JAMA Review, Vol 302- September 2009
"The book is extremely well organised and each chapter is well written with a reasonably comprehensive review of all the main emergency conditions...This book is an excellent contribution by all the authors to the field of emergency radiology...I very much enjoyed reading this book and recommend it to every radiologist, who will definitely find something they may have forgotten."