What to Order When, 1/e and 2/e: A Guide for Physicians by Ronald EisenbergWhat to Order When, 1/e and 2/e: A Guide for Physicians by Ronald Eisenberg

What to Order When, 1/e and 2/e: A Guide for Physicians

byRonald Eisenberg, Alexander R. MargulisForeword byR.B. Taylor

Paperback | April 11, 2008

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This updated new edition of a highly important work provides need-to-know information when ordering the most clinically appropriate and cost-effective diagnostic imaging studies. Focused chapters target key questions for quick and easy reference for 300 clinical problems encountered in day-to-day practice. Recognized experts in the fields of radiology and primary care draw on their own experience to provide clinically pertinent advice to help you select the correct diagnostic imaging studies needed for your patients. With its portable, pocket-sized format, this is the definitive reference tool that is sure to improve diagnostic and decision-making skills when ordering imaging studies.
Title:What to Order When, 1/e and 2/e: A Guide for PhysiciansFormat:PaperbackDimensions:641 pagesPublished:April 11, 2008Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0387737731

ISBN - 13:9780387737737

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Table of Contents

Head and Neck.- Chest.- Breast.- Cardiovascular.- Gastrointestinal.- Urinary.- Musculoskeletal.- Neurologic.- Reproductive.- Obstetrics.- Appendix I: Imaging Technologies.- Appendix II: Relative Costs of Imaging Procedures.- Appendix III: Contrast Reaction.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews of the third edition:"The authors have organized a book to help simplify choosing an optimal imaging study among multiple possibilities. This is a third edition, the first published in 1996. . The audience includes those practicing clinicians who, rather than looking for detailed discussion, are seeking direction and advice. The authors are experienced practitioners who have lived through the technologic advances as they have occurred." (Vincent F Carr, Doody's Review Service, July, 2008)