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MR Imaging Strategies for the Lower Extremities

The next best thing to a mentor in learning how to understand the technique and interpretation of MR imaging of the lower extremities.

Features of this book include: a double-page concept, with schemes and illustrations on the rightexplanatory text on the left a total of more than 1000 MR images and illustrations provide a comprehensive visual overview of the normal and pathologic musculoskeletal tissues of the lower extremities practice cases are included to test what one has learned from the book

When you have worked through this book you will understand why certain exams are performed; why certain protocols are used; what you actually see; what is normal, artifact or pathologic; which clinical context is involved; and what your reactions should be.

This is a marvelous introduction to MR imaging of the lower extremities, and is particularly valuable for the way it integrates imaging findings with the clinical context.


Author: Martin Breitenseher
ISBN: 9781588902405
Pages: 270
Format: PDF
Size: 22.47 Mb

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