Emergency Radiology

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David Schwartz, Earl Reisdorff
McGraw-Hill Education, 2000 - Medical - 672 pages
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In the emergency department, consistent and accurate interpretation of radiographs is vital for the care of the acutely ill or injured patient. Written by emergency physicians for emergency physicians, this new title conveys the information required to interpret routine radiographic studies with the signposts for quick and accurate diagnosis. The book organizes the crucial and most elemental information, combining clear instructional figures and tables with clinically relevant text. High quality radiographs are accompanied by line drawings which more clearly define the anatomy as seen in the image.

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User Review  - CHE Sadaphal - Goodreads

Did I end up reading the book cover to cover? Yup. Was that very painful? You have no idea. If never want to miss a subtle injury working solo on a night shift with no radiology backup, this is the book for you. Reading it not a must, but to have it available for curbside consult is. Read full review

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