CT for the Nonradiologist

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Xlibris US, Mar 9, 2011 - Medical - 225 pages
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This book is the CT handbook for the non-radiologist. It is an aid in diagnosing frequent urgent conditions with CT. The work is intended for medical professionals including nurses, nurse practitioners, Physician Assistants, medical students, medical residents in-training, and non-radiologist physicians. This book is set-up in a case format with each chapter dedicated to a different section. Each case is presented as an unknown with a non-annotated image followed by brief discussion regarding the use of IV and oral contrast, key CT findings, pathology facts, and treatment. This is then followed-up with the annotated image along with a brief discussion on the radiographic findings, tips to interpretation, and basic anatomy. The sections covered include CT: Brain, Neck, Spine, Chest, and Abdomen.

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