This book, which includes eleven chapters by nineteen different authors and coauthors, is a complete collection of what is currently known about magnetic resonance imaging of both the normal and abnormal foot and ankle... Overall, I found this to be an excellent book, which can be easily and quickly read. The writing style of all of the contributors is clear and concise, the chapters are well organized, and the images are top-quality. The information is complete, and there is good clinical information to accompany the imaging features of each abnormality... this is a very good review of magnetic resonance imaging of the foot and ankle.
- The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, vol. 83-A, no. 9, September 2001
packed with practical information regarding MRI of the foot and ankle...Orthopedic Surgeon's Perspective, is somewhat unusual in an imaging textbook but much needed
this book is well done.
- Michael E. Mulligan, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, reviewed in American Journal of Roentgenology, Vol. 176, No. 5
...a well written and approachable overview of MR imaging of foot and ankle diseases. It should prove to be a useful reference text for practicing radiologists and residents.
- Radiology, January 2002
Many figures with precise detail give a pictorial impression of all pathologies of interest. A very complete index allows for quick reference and detailed studying.
this book can be recommended for beginners as well as for radiologists with a specific interest in MR imaging of the foot and ankle.
- H. Sittek, Institute of Clinical Radiology, Ludwig Mazimilians University, Germany, in European Radiology, April 2002