Duke Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion

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James M. Provenzale, Rendon C. Nelson
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 582 pages
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Because the clinical findings and radiologic presentations of various diseases are often similar, arriving at a definitive diagnosis can be extremely difficult. The Duke Radiology Case Review provides authoritative guidance to image interpretation and is the ideal reference for radiology residents who strive to enhance and refine their knowledge as they advance through each subspecialty rotation in radiology. It is also an essential tutorial for medical students during their one-month rotation in radiology.
  

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Contents

CHEST IMAGING
3
BREAST IMAGING
59
GASTROINTESTINAL IMAGING
105
Contents
146
GENITOURINARY IMAGING
169
MUSCULOSKELETAL IMAGING
237
NEURORADIOLOGY
289
VASCULAR RADIOLOGY
349
NUCLEAR MEDICINE
519
1
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