Mayo Clinic Body MRI Case Review
Oxford University Press, 2014 - Medical - 880 pages
Using state-of-the-art MRI images, this book illustrates radiological findings in the abdomen and pelvis in a case presentation format. Cases presented in this book include common and uncommon diseases of nearly every organ system of the abdomen and pelvis. Each case succinctly discusses the relevant imaging findings, differential diagnosis, and potential imaging and diagnostic pitfalls. Many cases also include discussion of MRI technique, with illustration of some common artifacts. For radiology residents and fellows, this book will be a valuable study tool and reference; fourth-year residents should find this book especially helpful when studying for oral boards. Practicing radiologists should find this a useful quick review of state-of-the-art body MRI.
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6 Adrenal Glands
8 Ureters and Bladder
12 Male Pelvis
13 Thorax and Heart
14 Musculoskeletal System
16 Vascular System
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