Clinical Radiology Made Ridiculously Simple
A clear, concise approach to acquiring the skills of interpreting the clinically vital components to the most common radiographic conditions seen in the emergency room or on the ward by the non-radiologist. While intended for medical students and residents, it is also useful for nurses, nurse practitioners, PA’s and X-ray technicians.
Each chapter is subdivided into Radiographic Anatomy, Approach and Specific Problem sections. In the Radiographic Anatomy sections, key anatomical landmarks are identified using simple illustrations. In the Approach sections, reading of the radiographic examination is explained using analogies, illustrative cartoons and mnemonics. In the Specific Problem sections, the radiographic findings of the most common and deadly conditions are discussed.
Topics such as MRI, CT, barium studies and ultrasonography are covered in greater detail with the companion Download of Clinical Radiology MRS Atlas program (Win/Mac).