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Applied Radiological Anatomy

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Applied Radiological Anatomy.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Paul Butler(Editor) Adam W. M. Mitchell(Editor) Harold Ellis(Editor)

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This profusely illustrated text will provide trainee radiologists with a unique overview of normal anatomy as illustrated by the full range of modern radiological procedures. The theme throughout is not only to illustrate the appearance of normal anatomical features as visualised by radiology, but to provide a comprehensive text which describes, explains and evaluates the most current imaging practice for all the body systems and organs. Where necessary, the images are supplemented with line drawings, to illustrate essential anatomical features. This combination of a wealth of high-quality images fully supported by an authoritative text will give all radiologists an insight into normal anatomy, which is such a vital prerequisite for interpreting abnormal radiological images. The volume is specifically designed for trainee radiologists. It will be an essential illustrated text for those studying Part 1 of the examination of the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists, and also for trainees elsewhere in the world studying for their specialist examinations in radiology.

'This book is first class in achieving its aim and although primarily intended for trainees in radiology, will be of value to many surgical trainees.' British Journal of Surgery'The scope of this book is impressive … this textbook is notable for the wide range of coverage … excellent basic book that would be most useful for medical students and junior radiology trainees.' Doody's Health Sciences Book Review Journal'The text is readable, accurate and informative with contributions from an impressive number of well-known and respected radiologists … useful day-to-day reference aid for the trainee or the experienced radiologist … Radiographers studying for extended roles would also find this text a valuable reference aid.' RAD Magazine'A beautiful and impressive textbook covering the normal anatomy of the human body from top to tail.' Cambridge Medicine

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  • By Rob Allison on 19 March 2007

    I think the other reviews are missing the point somewhat. This is not a radiological atlas - get yourself a Weir & Abrahams for that - it's an anatomy book with a radiological slant. In this respect it works very well. Any book that Harold Ellis is going to be contributing to will always be a worthwhile read too. It's quite heavily text based, which for what I wanted is perfect - you can't simply explain anatomy in pictures! It is a bit costly but so are most UK based publications. I'd rather pay a bit more than read a book written by some American "comedian" Medic - why do US medical books always have to contain bad jokes?.

  • By brother-juniper on 10 September 2003

    A detailed anatomical text tailored for radiology trainees. The text is clearly written and it is well indexed. However, the radiological images are of variable quality and some have been poorly reproduced. Some of the line drawings are also of appalling standard for such a high-end book. Additionally, with the FRCR exam becoming systems-based an anatomy book without pathological correlation is a disadvantage. However, it is an excellent addition to a department's reference shelf.

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