Musculoskeletal imaging: the requisites
As part of the successful Requisites series, this volume presents what the resident needs to know about musculoskeletal imaging. Its concise and up-to-date coverage prepares readers for the exams, while providing the practicing radiologist with a quick, practical reference guide.
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