Imaging For Surgical Disease
Want to brush up on reading imaging studies? No problem! This quick reference for surgical residents and medical students will help you learn which diagnostic imaging is appropriate for any given patient and how it should be ordered. Authored by surgeons rather than radiologists, this pocket-sized handbook provides concise, bulleted coverage of 100 of the most common radiology images surgery residents order every day.Features
--Quickly access the information you need through the concise bulleted and outline presentation.
--Master both surgical and radiologic aspects of each specific disease process through each section’s basic surgical summary (including incidence, clinical signs and symptoms, physical exam, and lab findings), along with radiology hints and images that demonstrate positive findings.
--Prepare for any situation with the vast array of CT, ultrasound, MR, and plain film images, each clearly labeled to highlight the area of interest, as well as surrounding anatomy for reference points.