Imaging Strategies for the Shoulder
W. Flaig (Dr. med.)
Thieme, 2004 - Medical - 168 pages
This book presents radiology of the shoulder in a unique didactic concept, with careful organization of material under headings, using margin comments that summarize the most important information. The book begins with a chapter on the basic anatomy of the shoulder joint, and shows examples of various projections of standard radiographs, and what these reveal. Arthrography, ultrasound, CT and MRI are included in all parts of the book. Following this introductory chapter on image technique and interpretation, the individual pathologic chapters cover such topics as trauma, degenerative changes, tumors, inflammation and more.
A concise and clearly organized representation of contents in this text allows quick orientation and assimilation of the most important aspects of shoulder imaging.