Featuring over 900 state-of-the-art images, Radiology 101, Third Edition provides the basic groundwork necessary for interpreting images and understanding how current imaging modalities function. The first chapter explains the principles, capabilities, and limitations of each imaging modality. Subsequent chapters examine anatomic areas and organ systems, including a separate chapter on the pediatric chest and abdomen. Clearly labeled images show normal anatomy from various angles with various modalities and depict normal variants and common pathology. Each chapter includes suggested radiologic workups and key points summaries. This edition has extensive updates, especially on nuclear imaging (PET/CT), computed tomography (multi-slice), magnetic resonance (DWI, t-MRI, MRS), sonography (FAST), abdominal imaging (CT urography), mammography (digital mammograms), and the many indications for interventional radiology.
This is a very good book of radiology essentials! It reads very easy and fast, and is very well ilustrated, the quality of the images is good. I would reccomend this book to anyone in the medical field wanting to understand and expand their knoledge of the radiology basics.Reviews
Great books for students and interns for a general introduction on radiology, including reading x-ray fils of the head, chest, abdoman, pelvis, and bone fractures. It also has a great review on CT reading. It has lots of films with arrows and illustrations for novices to follow. Great book to haveReviews
I bought this book during first year of medical school but didn't appreciate its quality until 3rd and 4th year (the clinical years). Concise text with many, many high-quality radiographs and studies. Covers the basics of diagnostic imaging and then moves to areas of the body: head, chest, abdomen, bone & joint, etc. with imaging modalities for each explained. An excellent way to learn how to look at films, ultrasounds, CT, MRI, and nuclear medicine studies. Can't recommend it highly enough.
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