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Medicine - Radiology | Learning Neuroimaging - 100 Essential Cases (Reviews)

Learning Neuroimaging

100 Essential Cases

Bravo-Rodríguez, Francisco de Asís, Diaz-Aguilera, Rocío, Hygino da Cruz Jr., Luiz Celso (Eds.)

2012, XIV, 226p. 100 illus., 21 illus. in color.

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From the reviews:

“This easily readable book provides an excellent overview of neuroimaging. Radiology residents would probably find this book to be most useful during a second or third neuroradiology rotation. The text would also be an accessible introduction to the depth and breadth of the subspecialty for medical students on neuroradiology rotations. Finally, the book might serve as a nice review to practicing radiologists wishing to quickly brush up on neuroradiology.” (Frank Berkowitz, Radiology, Vol. 265 (1), October, 2012)

“This collection of imaging cases in neuroradiology covers a wide range of topics, including brain and spinal diseases, paediatric CNS conditions, head and neck and ENT, plus two sections on advanced imaging. … The imaging is appropriate and of good quality. … This book is very well written and is easy to read, and will inject a bolus of information in this subspeciality in a short time. This should appeal to radiology trainees as well as more seasoned radiologists and neuroscience clinicians.” (Calvin Soh, RAD Magazine, December, 2012)



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