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From the Publisher"A Survival Guide - written by two experienced European radiologists - is easy to read and easy to use a reference."
"Throughout each chapter there are short tips, and pitfalls (the authors refer to them as "alarms") to watch for different procedures. A bibliography at the end of each chapter, with a one sentence synopsis of each entry, directs the reader to more information."
"The book is printed on high-gloss paper and has great pictures and diagrams."
"Interventional Radiology: A Survival Guide is great book for someone who is looking for an introduction to theory, interventional terminology, as well as practical usage information." AuntMinnie.com, September 2005
"The book outlines steps for the most common diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, offering troubleshooting tips, warnings, and b&w medical images." SciTech Book News, December 2005
"Interventional Radiology provides important and detailed analysis of Angiography and Vascular Intervention - procedures that comprise some of the most common studies done in this realm. Recommended as both an in-hospital reference and as a teaching text in courses which focus on this specialty-area of radiology." The Electric Review, January/February 2006