Sunday, November 22, 2009

First Aid Radiology for the Wards (First Aid Series)

First Aid Radiology for the Wards (First Aid Series)
McGraw-Hill Medical; 1 edition | 2008 | ISBN 0071381017 | PDF | 271 pages | 5 MB

The Student-to-Student, Step-by-Step Guide to Radiology Clerkship Success

This survival guide for the radiology wards teaches you how to read and present normal and abnormal x-rays, CTs, and MRIs for the most commonly seen diseases and disorders. You’ll find 150 radiologic images divided by modality, clear guidelines on when to order a specific modality and how to read the results, and illustrations of classic results of important conditions.

Detailed advice from radiology clerkship veterans help you:

■Prepare for and take the test.
■Perform a basic study.
■Determine if a film is adequate.
■Present each study on the ward.
■Spot the strengths and weaknesses of studies.
■Recognize basic anatomical structures.
■Identify abnormal conditions
■The only student-to-student, step-by-step guide to interpreting and presenting radiology studies.
■Detailed how-to-succeed and what-to-study guidance from clerkship vets.
■75 radiology images of the most commonly seen disorders illustrate each modality and detail .
■Illustrates normal as well as abnormal results.
■Classic results of important conditions often seen on the wards and tested on the USMLE Step 2CK.
■Clear guidelines on when to order a specific modality and how to read the results.
■Classifieds feature high-yield websites, top extracurricular opportunities, and scholarships.
■Tear-out cards with essential radiology concepts in pocket-ready format

■Discover med students secret weapon .
■Impress on the wards and succeed in the clerkships.
■Save time with high-yield topics, important radiology images, and pocket-ready reminders.
■The first book to describe how to read radiographic films for the most commonly seen disorders.
■Apply the First Aid formula for clerkship success!


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