Emergency Radiology: Rules and Tools
Although books on Accident and Emergency radiology exist, there are no learning resources for those new to reporting or reviewing emergency X-rays. The Emergency Radiology Casebook has a quiz format covering 150 cases, enabling the reader to test themselves on common as well as rare and easy-to-miss fractures. Particularly difficult areas such as the cervical spine are covered in depth. In addition, some normal films are included to mimic the reality of emergency film reporting. Each X-ray is clearly shown with concise practical answers that can be applied in every day situations. The book is designed to be dipped-into by radiology and orthopaedic trainees, radiographers reporting X-ray films, and casualty officers and nurses.
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