The Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Orthopaedic X-Rays
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About this title:
Following on from the multi-award-winning Unofficial Guide to Radiology, the Unofficial Guide team returns with a practical workbook on orthopaedic X-rays interpretation, giving you all the practice you need to master this vital skill.
Despite its universal importance, X-ray interpretation is often an overlooked subject in the medical school curriculum, making it difficult and daunting for many medical students and junior doctors.
The Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Orthopaedic X-Rays, with Full Colour Annotations and Full X-Ray Reports aims to help address this. This follow-up textbook, specifically designed for medical students, radiographers, physician’s associates, and junior doctors, builds upon these foundations, providing readers with the opportunity to practise and consolidate their orthopaedic X-ray assessment and presenting skills.
- 100 large, high-quality orthopaedic X-rays to assess
- Cases presented in the context of a clinical scenario and covering a wide range of common and important findings (in line with the Royal College of Radiologists' Undergraduate Radiology Curriculum)
- Detailed on-image colour annotations to highlight key findings
- Comprehensive systematic X-ray reports
- Relevant further investigations and management are discussed for each case
The Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Orthopaedic X-Rays is an invaluable resource for anyone hoping to gain a practical understanding and a wealth of experience of orthopaedic X-rays and their interpretation in a concise, student-focused manner.
Readership: Medical students and junior doctors, particularly those involved with imaging.
Authors: Christopher Gee and Alexander Young. Series editors: Zeshan Qureshi and Mark Rodrigues