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Radiology 101: The Basics and Fundamentals of Imaging Paperback – Nov 3 2009

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Explains very well. Nov. 25 2010
By Samir - Published on
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This book has a lot of great images, and integrates their explanations in a very concise manner. It's easy to follow along, easy to read through, and still goes into substantial depth. I definitely recommend it.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Good learning tool, I think Jan. 25 2013
By Oana S - Published on
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I worked in Radiology for years but I had to buy this book for my college. I think it is not as basic (for someone with no knowledge of medical imaging) and some of the pics are deceiving (some images CT/MR are cadaver scans). I think there are better images out there. Cadavers have preservatives and do not look like the real human scans.... there were some terms used strange too.... I guess I am not a Radiologist.....The quality of some x-rays are poor as well... hard to see PICC Lines/NG Tubes etc....
If I had to choose... I would use online images....
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Going to PA or MD school? Oct. 24 2011
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If your headed for PA or MD school this text will give any practitioner a great head start to expand their knowledge and make sense of the films you look at but never understand and the doctor doesn't always have time to explain. It will make you want FAST/Ultrasound Sonography in the rural pre-hospital setting.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
excellent radiology text March 19 2012
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excellent radiology text for med students & rotations. content is of great use while in the hospital and determining etiologies plus images are of great quality
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
real basic Dec 6 2013
By Federico Pacheco Zamora - Published on
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didn't fulfill my expectations! if you are looking for a really really basic radiology textbook this might not be a bad idea,
but that's just it, it's too basic, maybe good for a student, not a good idea to purchase if you wanna strengthen your knowledge of radiology or wanna better understand radiology