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Doody's Review ServiceReviewer: Yulia Melenevsky, MD (Medical College of Georgia)
Description: Using a pattern-based approach, this book presents a comprehensive review of abdominal imaging.
Purpose: The book reviews the full spectrum of abdominal disorders across imaging modalities, providing an alternative approach that complements the variety of books already available.
Audience: While the author does not define his intended audience, the book will interest radiology residents and general community radiologists, as well as subspecialty radiologists are not in abdominal imaging.
Features: Organized by organ system, this review is well supplemented with tables and summary imaging notes. Basic anatomy and imaging principles are covered, followed by description of specific entities, grouped by imaging presentation, highlighting distinguishing features of each. The book features more than 2,300 excellent quality images.
Assessment: While most books in this field are based on a review of pathological entities, this book offers an alternative approach that readers will find valuable while learning the basics of radiology, studying for the boards, or as a reference in daily practice.