Textbook of Radiology and Imaging, Volume 1

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David Sutton
Churchill Livingstone, 2003 - Medical - 1892 pages
A Two-Volume reference on the scientific basis and clinical practice of radiology, this new edition has been thoroughly revised and up-dated with the latest technologies and modalities in the field. The book is organized by body system and incorporates an integrated, multi-modality approach to radiological diagnosis. The emphasis in on the clinical effectiveness of contemporary imaging practice. The text is supported with abundant high-quality illustrations.

  • Comprehensive overview of contemporary radiological practice
  • Emphasises a multi-modality approach to diagnosis
  • Highly selective and current list of references for further investigation
  • Abundant illustrations (almost 5,000 radiological images as well as many graphs and tables) clarify and enhance the text whenever appropriate


  • Increased coverage of mammography, radiology imaging of trauma, transplantation and oncology
  • All chapters thoroughly revised, deleting obsolete techniques
  • Approximately 30% of the illustrations are brand new
  • Highlights the latest technical advances in CT, MR, Ultrasound and radionuclide agents

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