Announcing the long-awaited New Edition of Dr. Resnick's masterwork. Spanning 6 volumes and an entire specialty, Diagnosis of Bone and Joint Disorders correlates imaging with the anatomy, pathology and pathophysiology of bone, joint, and soft tissue disease processes. Every disorder and imaging modality is rigorously reviewed - including MR imaging, which is heavily emphasized in this revision. This 3rd edition includes fluoroscopy, arthrography, xeroradiography, diagnostic ultrasoundd, CT...and now the latest on MR imaging. Three chapters in Volume 1 look at it technical aspects and applications, and discussions throughout the set emphasize its important role in disorder analysis. Here's whats new in this edition: - chapters on physical injury tha show you how the spine and extraspinal sites appear after trauma, as well as how sports injuries can cause a variety of bone, joint and soft tissue conditions. - a new chapter on the internal derangement of joints as a result of physical injury that explains how MR imaging can be used to evaluate major joints of the peripheral skeleton. It also describes alternative techniques, such as arthrography and computed tomography. - more than 12000 illustrations - over 3000 new to this this edition - to help you pinpoint abnormalities, confirm diagnosis and track the efficacy of treatment.
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Donald Resnick, MD, Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Professor of Radiology, University of California, San Diego, VA San Diego Healthcare System, San Diego, CAReview:
'Why does this book remain 'the premier general musculoskeletal work'?' Radiology; 'The illustrations, carefully chosen to complement the text, are of high quality and emphasize radiologic-pathologic correlation.' The Journal of Rheumatology; "The ultimate authority" Journal of Bone and Joint Disorders; "It is difficult to think of a radiologist performing musculoskeletal work who should not buy or have access to this monumental work." Radiology; "Congratulations to Dr. Resnick on outdoing himself again." The Journal of Rheumatology
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