Radiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and Training by Douglas P. BeallRadiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and Training by Douglas P. Beall

Radiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and Training

EditorDouglas P. Beall

Paperback | November 5, 2010

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Douglas P. Beall, MD, summarizes the early experiences of established clinicians to create a compendium of everything you need to know during your formative years in radiology. Written for radiology residents and fellows and newly minted radiologists, the Radiology Sourcebook provides vital professional information and sound guidance on such critical issues as resident employment, Board examinations and test results, review courses, fellowships, and CAQs, as well as practical advice on finding a job and what you should know about your professional contract. The book also offers the radiology trainee a proven framework for performing basic procedures in general radiology, understanding the tools and instruments essential to those procedures, obtaining the images needed to make a diagnosis, and reporting the examination once they have been obtained.
Title:Radiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and TrainingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:203 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:November 5, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:161737377X

ISBN - 13:9781617373770

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Table of Contents

General Clinical InformationContrastCommon ProceduresBasic Vascular and Interventional RadiologyNeurovascular AngiographyFilm ReportingSample DictationsGeneral Requirements and PoliciesResident Employment and Contract InformationResident RequirementsBibliographyIndex

Editorial Reviews

"...provides radiology residents with a concise but clear information on many questions they will face[d] with at one time or another during their training. For all the comprehensive information it provides, this textbook should prove to be a success among the novice radiologists as well as the more senior residents. It takes them practically by the hand, step by step, from their first GI fluoroscopic examination to the last year of their training, giving them clear, informative guidance from how to perform a simple basic procedure, how to approach the Board Examination and, finally, provides them, at the end of their training, with the proper cognition of their own requirements, such as resident employment and professional contract. In conclusion, this "sourcebook" is highly recommended as a complete, authoritative source of valuable information for junior and senior residents to successfully confront the rigors of their radiological training and prepares them also for their future practice." -Journal of Clinical Imaging