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Computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound (US) offer today's clinicians a versatile, but sometimes bewildering range of options for cross-sectionally imaging patients. Using the same formula that has made the Chest X-Ray and Abdominal X-Ray Made Easy books so popular, this new title explains these three cross-sectional imaging methods in a simple and straightforward fashion, spelling out exactly when each modality is most appropriate. Numerous imaging examples demonstrate how to obtain the best results. Explores a particular cross-sectional imaging modality in each section, reviewing the relevant physics and then presenting sample images that demonstrate the results that can be achieved. Discusses each technique's advantages and disadvantages. Specifies in which anatomic regions each imaging modality is most and least useful. Features a convenient pocket size, for easy reference anywhere
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The book arrived in good condition kudos to seller for that, this book talks about various aspects of Case History And Data Interpretation In Medical Practice. Very Helpful to mastering the skills.