Fundamentals of skeletal radiology

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W.B. Saunders, 1995 - Medical - 246 pages
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The 2nd edition is a popular, straightforward text that focuses on the fundamentals of skeletal radiology. It includes MR imaging, particularly as used in imaging the joints and spine. Chapters address such topics as benign lesions; "don't touch" lesions; trauma; arthritis; MRI of the knee, shoulder, foot, and ankle; the lumbar spine; and more.

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This is a must have for the first year rad resident out there. Short and to the point. Good Stuff...Cheap..well for Radiology books that is Read full review


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Benign Cystic Lesions
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