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Radiology. Clinical Cases Uncovered

  • ID: 2245902
  • Book
  • 224 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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From choosing the relevant investigation through to interpretation and its effects on patient management,Radiology: Clinical Cases Uncovered provides an overview of the modern imaging department, including radiation and safety considerations, putting radiology in its clinical context.

The cases, covering a broad spectrum of disease processes in all body systems, are illustrated with over 250 high–quality images, while the extensive self–assessment section and accompanying explanatory notes consolidates learning and provides invaluable examination practice.

Radiology: Clinical Cases Uncovered is perfect for medical students, Foundation doctors and radiographers.

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How to use this book.

List of abbreviations.

Part 1: Basic science.

Introduction to clinical radiology.

Radiation exposure in diagnostic radiology.

Approach to interpreting a radiological image.

Part 2: Cases.

Case 1 A 58–year–old man with hemiplegia.

Case 2 A 65–year–old woman with visual disturbance, headache, and vomiting.

Case 3 A 26–year–old woman with numb hands and feet.

Case 4 A 45–year–old woman with weight loss.

Case 5 A 47–year–old woman with severe back pain.

Case 6 An 11–month–old boy presents with abdominal pain.

Case 7 A 10–year–old boy with a painful arm.

Case 8 A 48–year–old woman with a breast lump.

Case 9 A 70–year–old man with haemoptysis.

Case 10 A 31–year–old woman with shortness of breath.

Case 11 A 30–year–old man with night sweats.

Case 12 A 27–year–old woman involved in a road traffic accident.

Case 13 A 30–year–old man with painful swollen fingers.

Case 14 A 42–year–old woman with abdominal pain.

Case 15 A 57–year–old man with jaundice.

Case 16 A 23–year–old woman presents with diarrhoea.

Case 17 A 67–year–old man with rectal bleeding.

Case 18 A 60–year–old woman presents with abdominal pain.

Case 19 A 34–year–old man with microscopic haematuria.

Case 20 A 53–year–old man with frank haematuria.

Case 21 A 69–year–old woman presents with post–menopausal bleeding.

Case 22 A 30–year–old woman presents with right iliac fossa pain.

Case 23 A 75–year–old man presents with back pain.

Case 24 A 30–year–old man with headache.

Case 25 A 50–year–old woman with a cough.

Part 3: Self–assessment.





Index of cases by diagnosis.


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Ashley Shaw
Edmund Godfrey
Abhinav Singh
Tarik Massoud
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