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by Sayed Ali,Sanjay Patel,Dhiren Shah

ePub Radiology Case Review Series: MSK Imaging download
Sayed Ali,Sanjay Patel,Dhiren Shah
McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 1 edition (December 26, 2013)
Medicine & Health Sciences
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.Access interactive cases on musculoskeletal imaging for the best board review possible!

Part of McGraw-Hill's Radiology Case Review Series, this unique resource challenges you to lookat a group of images, determine the diagnosis, answer related questions, and gauge your knowledge by reviewing the answer. It all adds up to the best interactive review of musculoskeletal imaging available--one that's ideal for certification or recertification, or as an incomparable clinical refresher. Distinguished by a cohesive two-page design, each volume in this series is filled with cases, annotated images, questions and answers, pearls, and relevant literature references that will efficiently prepare you for virtually any exam topic. The book's cases are crosslinked to an online component that includes full-resolution images, interactive image stacks, discussions and extra teaching points that reinforce your grasp of must-know musculoskeletal imaging topics.

Radiology Case Review Series Features

200 cases for each volume, which consist of:Precise, state-of-the-art images accompanied by questions and answers, descriptions of the entities, insightful clinical pearls, and reference listsIntensive coverage of fundamental radiology principles, the latest diagnostic imaging techniques, radiology equipment, new technologies, and moreUnique 2-page format for each case, which features:Images with 5 questions on the right-hand pageMagnifications, annotations, and detailed answers on the verso page--a benefit that you'll only find in this exceptional series!Informative, bulleted comments box that provides important additional context for each caseCases organized and coded by difficulty level allowing you to evaluate your proficiency before progressing to the next levelRadiology-relevant scrolling and stacking functionA dedicated interactive website--accessible via scratch-off code for each volume in the series--enables you to:Scroll the images from each case in the text as well as stack images (display multiple views of an image)Zoom in and out, or scroll up and down, to highlight specific details of a subjectAccess additional images for each case using the case ID number from the text
  • I've gone over about 2/3 of the book and overall it's a good book with the exception of image quality.

    -Good cases and good number of cases. It's divided into about 40% level 1 difficulty, 50% level 2 and 10% level 3 difficulties. You don't need to access online cases like Radcases (moving from image to image is slow....I'd say it takes about 2-3x long to finish a case online as it does with a book. So, I tend to not use online version of Radcases often.....)
    -I like the question and answer format. There are about 5 questions per case with answers on flip side of the page.
    -Solutions page has images with arrows like Radprimer, unlike Case Review Series which has no arrows and you have to guess what the findings are or use another source to learn about it so you can find it.
    -It does give differential dxs like Radprimer. So, that's a plus (unlike Case Review Series).
    -Management of the condition.
    -Many (50-75%) images are too small. Particularly if finding is subtle or small, it's nearly impossible to locate the findings.
    -Many poor x ray images with poor contrast. This again becomes an issue for subtle findings.
    -Answers to 5 questions are basically repeated in the "Pearls" section. It's a bit waste of time and adds time required to get through the material. There are one or two additional info in the "Pearls" section to make it worthwhile reading the section. But, instead of calling the section "Pearls", if it was called say "Additional facts" or something like that you can avoid repeating the same things. But, then I'm sure this is a marketing tool. So, they use "Pearls" to make it more attractive to buyers.

  • Great book