Radiology: A Case-book for MRCP by C. J. Harvey

Radiology: A Case-book for MRCP

byC. J. Harvey, H. R. S. Roberts, P. J. Shaw

Paperback | April 1, 1999

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Diagnostic radiology plays a vital role in patient management and all clinicians need to be able to recognise the radiological appearances of many medical conditions. Not only are traditional imaging techniques important, but newer techniques such as interventional radiology, computedtomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine and ultrasound are increasingly important in clinical practice and also, the interpretation of radiological images is an integral part of professional examinations for MRCP (part II): there are five compulsory questions based onprinted photographic material, with additional radiographs or other diagnostic images being shown occasionally throughout. This book will cover all modalities in radiology, providing a guide to the principles of plain radiographic film interpretation and an understanding of the roles and limitationsof more complex imaging across general medicine. The material is presented through the discussion of a hundred fully-illustrated cases in question and answer format.

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Chris Harvey and Hugh Roberts are both at Middlesex and University College Hospital, London. Penny Shaw is at University College Hospital, London.

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Title:Radiology: A Case-book for MRCPFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192629026

ISBN - 13:9780192629029

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Central Nervous SystemRespiratoryGastrointestinalOesophagusSmall bowelLarge bowelHepatobiliary and abdominalRenalMuskuloskeletal Spine/hand/pelvis/knee/ankle and footCardiovascular systemOncology/haematology