Paul and Juhl's Essentials of Radiologic Imaging
From Book News, Inc. New edition of an extensively illustrated text that has been designed to bridge the gap between the elementary text on diagnostic imaging and the multiple-volume reference. Thirty-nine chapters discuss roentgen interpretation of the osseous system, the brain and spinal cord, the abdomen and gastrointestinal tract, the urinary and female genital tracts, the chest, and the face, mouth, and jaws. Edited by John H. Juhl, MD (radiology), Andrew B. Crummy, M.D. (cardiovascular and interventional radiology), and Janet E. Kuhlman, M.D. (thoracic imaging), all affiliated with the U. of Wisconsin Medical School. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Synopsis This seventh edition text and reference is organized in a practical way by body systems and regions, and takes a comprehensive approach to both common and uncommon disorders. This edition features 12 new contributing authors and rewritten sections on the brain and spinal cord; the chest; and the face, mouth and jaws. Coverage of the chest includes three new chapters on chest disease in the immunocompromised patient; inflammatory and immunologic disease of the lung; and chest trauma, the...