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Bone Tumors

A Practical Guide to Imaging

Wu, Jim S., Hochman, Mary G.

2012, 562p. 675 illus..

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From the reviews:

“This compact text aims to equip the reader with a pragmatic approach to imaging common and important bone lesions encountered in practice, including tumorlike lesions and tumor mimickers. … This succinct, well-organized, and competitively priced text should appeal most to radiology residents preparing for rotations or examinations. … the inclusion of 75 cases provides two books in one. For residents, fellows, and others needing to cover the essentials of bone lesion imaging, this book is highly recommended.” (Chris W. Davison, Radiology, Vol. 266 (3), March, 2013)

“The primary goal is to provide a practical way to analyze bone tumors and to highlight the most common tumors encountered in everyday practice. … the most unique feature is the collection of 75 case examples with images, which allows readers to practice what they have learned in making the diagnosis. … All residents readying themselves for in training or boards and all attendings preparing for recertification will cherish this book as a valuable preparation tool before their big exams.” (Mark R. Hutchinson, Doody’s Book Reviews, August, 2012)



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