The page design and book production are beautiful, as is typical of this publisher.--SciTech Book NewsUnique...an excellent review...the image quality is excellent...one of the best...a great addition to a personal library.--Doody's ReviewThis thoughtful and concise book is an extremely valuable resource.--Radiology: [MRI for Orthopaedic Surgeons] provides an accessible and clinically oriented introduction to the complex and evolving filed of musculoskeleal magnetic resonance (MR) imaging.- Carson B. Campe, MDIt is also useful as a quick reference book, with succinct chapter devoted to specific anatomic regions -Carson B. Campe, MDEach Chapter is extensively referenced with both classic and contemporary articles of relevance. Carson B. Campe, MDImage quality is most excellent on high- quality glossy paper. - Carson B. Campe, MDRezension:
The page design and book production are beautiful, as is typical of this publisher.--SciTech Book NewsUnique...an excellent review...the image quality is excellent...one of the best...a great addition to a personal library.--Doody's ReviewThis thoughtful
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Buchbeschreibung Thieme Georg Verlag Jun 2010, 2010. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 28x21.6x cm. Neuware - Most orthopedic surgeons prefer to read their patients MR imaging studies themselves rather than rely on the radiologists report. However, most orthopaedic surgeons learn how to evaluate MRI studies in an informal fashion during training and clinical practice; this is usually based upon their experience and may not always be the most effective method. The goal of this new book is to teach orthopedic surgeons how to systematically evaluate MR imaging studies of the musculoskeletal system, i.e., teaches the orthopedic surgeon how to read their own MRI. This is important because a study published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery compared the findings of a radiologist s report and an orthopedic surgeon s preoperative diagnosis, following an examination and reading of the images with actual surgical findings. It was found that the surgeon s preoperative diagnosis was significantly more accurate than the radiologist s report. The study said that the formal interpretation of the MRI scan by the radiologist had inaccuracies and did not correlate with the initial diagnosis. 464 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781604060225