Atlas of Normal Roentgen Variants That May Simulate Disease: Expert Consult - Enhanced Online Features and Print

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Elsevier Health Sciences, May 16, 2012 - Medical - 816 pages

Seeing is believing with the Atlas of Normal Roentgen Variants That May Simulate Disease, edited by the late Theodore Keats and Mark W. Anderson. Now streamlined into a more concise, portable print format, with a wealth of additional content online, this medical reference book's thousands of images capture the roentgenographic presentation of a full range of normal variants and pseudo-lesions that may resemble pathologic conditions, helping you avoid false positives. You'd be hard pressed to find a comparable image collection in any one place online.

  • Make the correct diagnosis with hundreds of MR and CT correlations.
  • Recognize the entire spectrum of normal variants with over 6,000 images, the largest collection available on this topic.
  • Prepare for the pitfalls of the oral exam with an easily accessible text that's designed to help you avoid false positives.
  • Find the most essential content more quickly with a much more compact print volume that covers only the most important skeletal presentations.
  • Access the complete contents of the book online at www.expertconsult.com, plus
    • Complete coverage of soft tissues
    • Hundreds of additional skeletal images

Browse the best collection of normal variants in the world!

 

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Very good book.I have two editions - 4th & 8th -Dr.G.K.Datar - New Delhi,India

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Mark W. Anderson, MD, Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of Radiology; Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

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