By Jamshid Tehranzadeh
A entire introductory textual content to musculoskeletal imaging
Basic Musculoskeletal Imaging is an engagingly written, finished textbook that addresses the elemental ideas and methods of basic diagnostic and complicated musculoskeletal imaging. which will be as clinically appropriate as attainable, the textual content specializes in the stipulations and strategies frequently encountered in real-world perform, similar to:
- Upper and decrease extremity trauma
- Axial skeletal trauma
- Arthritis and an infection
- Metabolic bone illnesses
- Bone infarct and osteochondrosis
- Shoulder, knee, backbone, elbow, wrist, hip, and ankle MRI
You also will locate authoritative insurance of:
- Signs in musculoskeletal imaging
- The key thoughts of utilizing diversified modalities in musculoskeletal imaging
- Current advances in musculoskeletal scintigraphy
The publication is improved via exceptional figures and illustrations, together with a four-page full-color insert; "Pearls" that summarize must-know details; and a good advent to musculoskeletal ultrasound by means of overseas specialists from France and Brazil.
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