Bone and Joint Imaging

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Elsevier Saunders, 2005 - Medical - 1522 pages
This long-awaited revision is Elsevier's premier one volume Musculoskeletal Radiology text. Based on the definitive five volume set, Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders, Dr. Resnick has added Mark Kransdorf, a world- renowned soft tissue radiologist as co-editor. This concise synopsis of the field has been completely revised with new chapters on the hottest areas of Musculoskeletal imaging: digital imaging, spinal interventional techniques, cartilage imaging, and disorders of bone. Illustrations include the latest new MR imaging technologies. Perfect for board-review, recertification, and a comprehensive review of the field, this book is all you need to learn the best practices in Musculoskeletal radiology.
  • Provides 2,900 outstanding images that depict all important concepts, techniques, and findings.
  • Represents a highly efficient review source for oral and written radiology examinations, as well as an indispensable reference tool for clinical practice.
  • Covers hot topics such as spinal interventional procedures cartilage imaging disorders of muscle diagnostic ultrasonography internal derangement of joints target-area approach to articular disorders rheumatoid arthritis and related diseases crystal-induced diseases sports injuries MR arthrography and much more.
  • Offers an increased emphasis on MR imaging, an increasingly important and versatile diagnostic modality.
  • Presents many new illustrations not found in the Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders, 4th Edition 5-volume set.
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