Essentials of Skeletal Radiology:2 vol set / Edition 3

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Overview

The fully updated Third Edition of this successful text covers the full spectrum of radiology, continuing its tradition of excellence. Useful both as a learning tool across the chiropractic curriculum and as a reference and clinical aid to practitioners, the text helps readers distinguish key radiologic features—invaluable in clinical decision making.

This edition incorporates the latest imaging technologies—including SPECT bone scan, diagnostic ultrasound, helical 3D CT, and MRI—and features more than 4,500 images obtained with state-of-the-art techniques. Coverage includes new chapters on soft-tissue imaging and paraspinal abnormalities and more information on sports-related injuries.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Reza S Sazgari, B.S.; M.D.(University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: The third edition of this book focuses on all aspects of musculoskeletal radiology, covering the origins of radiography; anatomy, and radiologic positioning as well as a wide array of diseases and mimickers of those diseases. It thus serves as a useful reference for students, residents, and practicing radiologists. The second edition of this book was published in 1996.
Purpose: The book aims to be a clinical reference for musculoskeletal radiology, which is contained successfully in this two-volume book. By teaching how to interpret subtleties of radiologic images, the natural history of diseases, clinical relevance of pathology, differential diagnoses, and pitfalls in interpretation, this book is useful and essential.
Audience: Although targeted mainly at medical and osteopathic practitioners specializing in musculoskeletal radiology, medical students and radiology residents will also find the book useful. These well-respected and renowned authors ambitiously cover both basic and highly specialized aspects of their field. This book's usefulness as a reference makes it accessible for many levels of training.
Features: The book begins by covering basic, anatomy, positioning, and measurements in skeletal radiology. The creation of radiologic reports is discussed, as, of course, are diseases pertinent to musculoskeletal radiology, ranging from congenital disease, trauma, neoplasm, infection, arthritides, and nutritional and metabolic disorders. The authors, as with previous editions, have managed to be concise yet remain very thorough, supplementing text with image captions (rather than repeating text), and providing innumerable tables and useful capsule summaries of various diseases. Chapters on such topics as masqueraders of musculoskeletal disease and mnemonics help set the book apart from other books, as does the anatomy CD-ROM that accompanies the book. Image quality is excellent and many high-quality CT and MRI images have been added. Chapters covering arthritides, neoplasms, and nutritional/metabolic disorders are exceptionally well written and useful.
Assessment: This excellent book is a very worthy successor to its predecessors. With its updates of many images, additional multiple CT and MRI images, and text that remains extraordinarily thorough yet readable and digestible, this book is a worthy addition to most radiologists' libraries.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Reza S Sazgari, B.S.; M.D.(University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: The third edition of this book focuses on all aspects of musculoskeletal radiology, covering the origins of radiography; anatomy, and radiologic positioning as well as a wide array of diseases and mimickers of those diseases. It thus serves as a useful reference for students, residents, and practicing radiologists. The second edition of this book was published in 1996.
Purpose: The book aims to be a clinical reference for musculoskeletal radiology, which is contained successfully in this two-volume book. By teaching how to interpret subtleties of radiologic images, the natural history of diseases, clinical relevance of pathology, differential diagnoses, and pitfalls in interpretation, this book is useful and essential.
Audience: Although targeted mainly at medical and osteopathic practitioners specializing in musculoskeletal radiology, medical students and radiology residents will also find the book useful. These well-respected and renowned authors ambitiously cover both basic and highly specialized aspects of their field. This book's usefulness as a reference makes it accessible for many levels of training.
Features: The book begins by covering basic, anatomy, positioning, and measurements in skeletal radiology. The creation of radiologic reports is discussed, as, of course, are diseases pertinent to musculoskeletal radiology, ranging from congenital disease, trauma, neoplasm, infection, arthritides, and nutritional and metabolic disorders. The authors, as with previous editions, have managed to be concise yet remain very thorough, supplementing text with image captions (rather than repeating text), and providing innumerable tables and useful capsule summaries of various diseases. Chapters on such topics as masqueraders of musculoskeletal disease and mnemonics help set the book apart from other books, as does the anatomy CD-ROM that accompanies the book. Image quality is excellent and many high-quality CT and MRI images have been added. Chapters covering arthritides, neoplasms, and nutritional/metabolic disorders are exceptionally well written and useful.
Assessment: This excellent book is a very worthy successor to its predecessors. With its updates of many images, additional multiple CT and MRI images, and text that remains extraordinarily thorough yet readable and digestible, this book is a worthy addition to most radiologists' libraries.
Lesia L. Tyson
The second edition of this book (first edition, 1987) contains a review of the purpose, history and methods of radiology, followed by didactics according to disease category. The purpose is to provide a single source containing the basic essentials of skeletal radiology. The book has worthy objectives that are met by the author. It seems to be written generally for chiropractic and medical students. The author is a credible authority in the subject matter. The book is illustrated appropriately and contains current and pertinent references. The table of contents is also adequate and the overall appearance of the book is good. The book has good quality, organization, text and images, making it useful for the student of skeletal radiology. This second edition adds new techniques and images that were not included in the first edition.
Booknews
A comprehensive text on the radiology of skeletal disorders, for students, teachers, researchers, and practitioners. For this revised edition, color has been added to enhance readability and accentuate important points; a medicolegal implications sections follows many of the conditions discussed; algorithms are used in the chapter on the natural history of spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis; a section on mnemonics appears at the end of each volume as a learning aid; new diagrams have been added, as well as new radiographic images; and the case material has been augmented with bone scans, CT, and MR imaging to reflect the technological revolution in musculoskeletal diagnosis. Updated references reflect the literature of most significant merit. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780781739467
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 7/19/2004
  • Edition description: Third
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1800
  • Sales rank: 273,950
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 3.50 (d)

Table of Contents


  1. VOLUME ONE

  2. Normal Skeletal Anatomy and Radiographic Positioning 1
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  3. Measurements in Skeletal Radiology 197
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  4. Congenital Anomalies and Normal Skeletal Variants 257
    Gary M. Guebert, Lindsay J. Rowe, Terry R. Yochum, Jeffrey R. Thompson, and Chad J. Maola
  5. Scoliosis 405
    Lindsay J. Rowe, Terry R. Yochum, Chad J. Maola, and Norman W. Kettner
  6. Natural History of Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis 433
    Terry R. Yochum, Lindsay J. Rowe, Michael S. Barry, Chad J. Maola, and Norman W. Kettner
  7. Diagnostic Imaging of the Musculoskeletal System 485
    Terry R. Yochum, Norman W. Kettner, Michael S. Barry, Melanie D. Osterhouse, Robert J. Longenecker, Claude Pierre-Jerome, and Lindsay J. Rowe
  8. Principles of Radiologic Interpretation 679
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  9. Skeletal Dysplasias 721
    Margaret A. Seron, Terry R. Yochum, Michael S. Barry, and Lindsay J. Rowe
  10. Trauma 793
    Lindsay J. Rowe, Terry R. Yochum, and Chad J. Maola

    VOLUME TWO

  11. Arthritic Disorders 951
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  12. Tumors and Tumor-Like Processes 1137
    Terry R. Yochum and Lindsay J. Rowe
  13. Infection 1373
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  14. Hematologic and Vascular Disorders 1427
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  15. Nutritional, Metabolic, and Endocrine Disorders 1497
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
  16. Report Writing and Risk Management Strategies in Skeletal Radiology 1547
    Lindsay J. Rowe, Terry R. Yochum, and Chad J. Maola
  17. Radiographic Artifacts 1581
    Terry R. Yochum and Lindsay J. Rowe
  18. A Radiographic Anthology of Vertebral Names 1701
    Terry R. Yochum, Bryan Hartley, David P. Thomas, and Gary M. Guebert
  19. Masqueraders of Musculoskeletal Disease 1715
    Lindsay J. Rowe and Terry R. Yochum
Appendix A-1
Index I-1
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    Highly Recommended!

    This 2 volume is an indispensable aid in learning about radiology for medical students.

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