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"Its focus is on providing an in-depth, referenced review of imaging in predominately the osteo- and rheumatoid variants of arthritis with an emphasis placed on current and developing techniques. This it does very well. The text is well laid out and easy to read and supplemented by numerous images of good quality. The majority of textbooks on this subject are more than five years old. Overall, this book represents a good, up-to-date summary of established and novel techniques in the imaging of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis."
Dr. Asif Saiffudin, RAD Magazine, December 2009
"The book is very well written. The authors have taken technical subject matter and discussed it in readable prose. Their discussions are thoughtful and thorough but not exhausting to read. The schematic illustrations and radiographic images are superb throughout the text. Incorporating clinical advances in the management of arthritis, both medical and surgical, gives the reader a better understanding of new paradigms in disease management......The reader is left with a new appreciation for arthritis. This book would be most useful to radiology residents, musculoskeletal fellows, and practicing radiologists."
Stephen Sabourin, MD, Department of Radiology, Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, GA
"I could do nothing but come to the conclusion that the author has a profound understanding of this imaging method.... The text throughout the book is easy to follow, and is clinically oriented, which makes the book useful in clinical practice. The MRI techniques are particularly well described, and these methods may be relatively easily implemented in everyday imaging. There are more than 600 images, which are of good or excellent quality.... This book did indeed fulfill my expectations. It is a welcome new publication, and is highly recommended reading for every radiologist involved with arthritis imaging." Acta Radiologica, 2009