Recommended Books for Radiology Residents: General

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The Brant and Helms Solution: Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology, Third Edition, Plus Integrated Content Website (4 vol. set)
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Paperback - 1584 pages

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The Brant and Helms Solution gives you a complete print and multimedia package consisting of the textbook, Fundamentals of Diagnostic Radiology, Third Edition, plus instant access to a brand-new interactive resource that keeps your radiology skills up-to-date. The book is a comprehensive review of radiology that can be used as a first reader by beginning residents, referred to during rotations, and used to study for the American Board of Radiology examinations. It covers all ten subspecialties of radiology and includes over 2,700 illustrations. This edition features expanded and updated coverage of all sections; many new illustrations and tables; expanded coverage of multi-slice CT; and new bone imaging modalities. This edition is available in two formats: the traditional hardbound single-volume textbook, or a softbound four-volume set. The Website features fully searchable content from the book; a downloadable image bank containing all images from the text; continuously updated imaging cases; an interactive test bank with questions from the brand-new Review of Fundamentals of Radiology; and a fully searchable anatomy library of high-resolution radiologic images.
Primer of Diagnostic Imaging with CD-ROM
By Ralph Weissleder
Publisher: Mosby
Paperback - 1152 pages

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The 4th Edition of this text - popularly known as the "purple book" - returns with a comprehensive, up-to-date look at diagnostic imaging, presenting essential facts in an easy-to-read, bulleted format. More than 1,800 images highlight key diagnostic details and encompass the full range of modalities and specialties. A differential diagnosis section is found at the end of each chapter, and a differential index facilitates rapid reference. The 4th Edition includes coverage of new technologies, emphasizes clinical technical advances in CT and MRI, and examines the emergence of PET. A CD-ROM - new to this edition - features animations that depict the spatial and temporal complexities of MRI.Highlights key diagnostic details for all body systems and encompasses the full range of radiologic modalities and specialties with more than 1,800 images - all in one convenient source.Presents key information in an easy-to-read, bulleted format for quick reference.Describes important signs, anatomic landmarks, and common radiopathologic alterations.Provides extra space for note taking.Includes mnemonics and descriptive terminology to enhance recall of key facts, techniques, and images.Examines new technologies, including hybrid PET technology and new applications of MRI.Covers new techniques in interventional radiology and digital mammography.Emphasizes subspecialty clinical technical advances in CT and MR - along with their updated protocols - as well as the emergence of PET.Discusses current trends and changes in disease classification and their impact on the interpretation of radiological findings. Features the contributions of new editor John W. Chen, who shares his knowledge in MR and neuroradiology.Includes a CD-ROM featuring animations that depict the spatial and temporal complexities of MRI.
Radiology Review Manual
By Wolfgang F Dähnert
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Paperback - 1232 pages

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The encyclopedic radiology specialty reference is now in its thoroughly updated and expanded new Sixth Edition! Through five editions, Dr. Dahnert's Radiology Review Manual has helped thousands of readers prepare for--and successfully complete--their written boards. It's organized by body region and provides extensive lists of image findings and differential diagnoses that are associated with specific disease entities. An accessible outline format, a "shorthand" style, and a thorough index make must-know facts easy to find, review, and remember.