Pediatric Imaging: Case Review
Part of the popular new CASE REVIEW series, this volume focuses on pediatric imaging from a multimodality perspective. It is perfectly customized to meet the self-testing needs of those preparing for exams or to serve as a way for general radiologists to sharpen their skills in this subspecialty area. Two hundred unknown pediatrics cases with 400 images are succinctly presented in random order with questions, answers, commentary, references, and cross-references to the relevant REQUISITES volume. Differential diagnoses and pertinent radiological findings are emphasized, as well as relevant clinical points. Cases are divided by difficulty level, with a division between more common cases and the more unusual and challenging cases.
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