DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS IN RADIOLOGY, 2/E -Bhargava
Publish Year 2014
Size 4.75" X 7"
Cover Type Paper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 740
The advancement in Radiology and subspecialties over a period of two decades has tremendously enhanced this course and indepth knowledge of image interpretation. This is particularly true in a developing country like ours, where still majority of radiologists practice in broader specialty and it is not always feasible to update the knowledge because of paucity of time and availability of literature/newer books at all places. However, an interpretation of any radiograph is extremely essential for a radiologist to arrive at a correct diagnosis, keeping in view various salient features of disease entity on various imaging modalities and to exclude other similar looking pictures. Thus, it is more important for a trainee radiologist and a radiologist in practice to have a book, which should be a valuable primer and also the concise and handy reference to use in day-to-day practice. An attempt has been made to list out as many important conditions as possible, enumerated their salient features and important differential diagnoses so as to arrive at a particular diagnosis.
With a lot of appreciation and an ever-increasing demand from the radiologists, practicing physicians and postgraduate students from India and abroad, a large number of figures and texts have been added to provide a concise, handy and clear reference, and in-depth knowledge of the various radiographs in terms of salient features of the various disease entities to arrive at a correct diagnosis. This will definitely help the physicians, surgeons and radiologists in their day-to-day practice and the residents for their systematic approach to arrive at a correct diagnosis