Fundamentals of pediatric radiology
This highly readable primer is designed to provide a quick overview of the fundamental information in pediatric imaging, techniques, and interpretation. Brief and to the point, it features short chapters and hundreds of illustrations for fast comprehension and retention of data. It emphasizes commonly encountered imaging scenarios and pediatric diseases, and practical differential diagnoses rather than long, comprehensive differential lists. Intended for quick access, this new manual condenses the "must-know" information in pediatric radiology into one convenient volume.
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Special Considerations in Pediatric Imaging
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