Introducing a brand-new volume of The Core Curriculum--a series of textbooks that will be indispensable as guides for radiology residents' rotations and study tools for written boards or recertification exams. Each volume of The Core Curriculum focuses on one key area--such as ultrasound, neuroradiology, cardiopulmonary imaging, head-and-neck imaging, or interventional radiology--and features key review points and sample board-format questions and answers. The user-friendly presentation includes chapter outlines...tables...bulleted lists...boxed text...margin notes...key review points...hundreds of illustrations...and an easy-to-follow layout.
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White Matter Disorders
Metabolic Toxic and Degenerative Disorders
Disorders of Cerebral Spinal Fluid Flow
Vascular Occlusive Disorders
Effects of Therapy
Congenital Spinal Anomalies
Inflammatory and Infectious Spinal Disorders
Spinal Tumors and Masses
Vascular Diseases of the Spinal Cord
The PostSurgical Spine
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