Radiology made easy
Radiology conjures up a plethora of reactions in medical students, from an inquisitive interest to pure hatred. Most share one thing in common, a wish to be somewhere else when a clinician asks you to present and interpret a radiological image. Those moments of motionless dread need not be so; Radiology Made Easy is here to help us all!
This book is a splendid overview of a host of common imaging techniques and findings, including plain radiography, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography, and ultrasound. In chapters on body systems and arranged by specific diseases within chapters, it approaches some of the commonest radiological findings in medicine. Each section outlines in text the potential findings on the imaging films for a specific disease and its likely causes, and it is accompanied by relevant images. Delights covered within this well-focused book include classical signs only radiologists could come up with, such as