Teaching atlas of head and neck imaging

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Thieme, 2000 - Medical - 470 pages
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Devoted specifically to the complex region of the head and neck, this clinically oriented book brings you up-to-date on new imaging protocols and patient strategies. You'll find complete coverage of all imaging modalities, including their advantages and disadvantages in obtaining a complete work-up of the patient. More than 100 cases stress "real-life" clinical problems, supported by 700 high-quality radiographs and illustrations. Highlights: * Each case presents a complete patient work-up and is heavily illustrated for maximum comprehension * Manageable size allows you to absorb key concepts without wading through extraneous material * Conveniently organized by anatomic region * Complete with tips, pearls, and controversial issues that bring you to the forefront of the specialty For all practitioners taking the radiology boards and the CAQ exam in neuroradiology, this book is essential; it is also ideal for residents rotating through the subspecialty.

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