MR Imaging Strategies for the Lower Extremities

The next best thing to a mentor in learning how to understand the technique and interpretation of MR imaging of the lower extremities. Features of this book include : a double-page concept, with schemes and illustrations on the right, and explanatory text on the left; a total of more than...
Auteur :
Breitenseher
Editeur :
THIEME
Date de parution :
10 décembre 2007
ISBN 13 :
9783131367815
Dimension :
21 x 27
Type :
Relié
Descriptif détaillé : MR Imaging Strategies for the Lower Extremities

The next best thing to a mentor in learning how to understand the technique and interpretation of MR imaging of the lower extremities.

Features of this book include :

  • a double-page concept, with schemes and illustrations on the right,
  • and explanatory text on the left;
  • a total of more than 1000 MR images and illustrations provide a comprehensive visual overview of the normal and pathologic musculoskeletal tissues of the lower extremities;
  • practice cases are included to test what one has learned from the book

When you have worked through this book you will understand why certain exams are performed; why certain protocols are used; what you actually see; what is normal, artifact or pathologic; which clinical context is involved; and what your reactions should be.

This is a marvelous introduction to MR imaging of the lower extremities, and is particularly valuable for the way it integrates imaging findings with the clinical context.

 

 

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