By Pablo R. Ros, Koenraad J. Mortele MD
Now in its 3rd version, this depended on and sensible quantity in LWW’s instructing dossier sequence deals citizens and training radiologists a distinct chance to review along the specialists of their box. For the 1st time, CT and MRI of the stomach and Pelvis is a hybrid book, with a brand new paperback structure and accompanying websites that features a wealth of case stories clients can entry from their desktop, capsule, or cellular equipment. The booklet turns out to be useful either as a short seek advice or research reduction for an individual getting ready for Board examinations in Radiology and different specialties the place wisdom of CT and MRI of the stomach and pelvis are required.
This skill-builder delivers…
- 413 structured case experiences based on real patients—each delivering a quick sufferer historical past, as many as 4 CT/MR pictures, a quick description of the findings, differential analysis, ultimate prognosis, and a dialogue of the case.
- Detailed imaging of all components of the stomach and pelvis—including the liver and biliary method, pancreas, GI tract, spleen, mesentery/omentum/peritoneum, kidney and urinary system, retroperitoneum and adrenal glands, and abdominal wall—helps readers comprehend suitable anatomy and determine pathologies.
- Accompanying net site delivers entry to the one hundred fifty situations from the print edition, plus 263 "bonus" instances for a complete of 413 cases!
- 30% new cases address new demanding situations and supply well timed information
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