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Essentials of Skeletal Radiology (2 Vol. Set)

Essentials of Skeletal Radiology (2 Vol. Set)
by Terry R. Yochum, Lindsay J. Rowe 3rd edition


Especially designed for chiropratic practitioners and students, though it will be used by others in medicine, this text presents analysis for all aspects of skeletal radiology, accompanied by a wealth of radiographic images. The 18 chapters describe topics that include normal skeletal anatomy and radiographic positioning, measurements in skeletal radiology, scoliosis, skeletal dysplasias, arthritic disorders, infection, and hematologic and vascular disorders. New to this edition is a chapter called "masqueraders of musculoskeletal disease," on the images of conditions and parts of the body that can mimic musculoskeletal complaints.
Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology : Sixth Edition

Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology : Sixth Edition by Robert A. Novelline


A text for medical students on basic principles of diagnostic radiology, featuring many b&w photos and diagrams, and b&w and color images from computed tomography, magnetic resonance, and ultrasound. Includes case examples with questions and answers. This fifth edition contains new images, and five new chapters on anatomy, vascular imaging, interventional radiology, imaging of medical conditions of men, women, and children, and the use of radiology to track the course of diseases such as TB and AIDS. Also useful as an instruction manual for those in the allied health sciences.
Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology

Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology by Robert A. Novelline, Lucy Frank Fundamentals of Radiology Squire Harvard University Press; 5th edition


In the past five years, the development of new imaging technologies that make possible faster and more accurate diagnoses has significantly improved the imaging of disease and injury. This new edition of Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology describes and illustrates these new techniques to prepare medical students and other radiology learners to provide the most optimal and up-to-date imaging management for their patients. Not only are new diagnostic techniques outlined, such as the multidetector computed tomography diagnosis of pulmonary embolism and the diffusion-weighted magnetic-resonance imaging of stroke, but hundreds of new diagnostic images have been included to illustrate the radiological characteristics of common diseases with state-of-the-art computed radiography, ultrasound, multidetector computed tomography, and magnetic-resonance images. The text has been completely reviewed and updated to present the latest and best strategies in diagnostic imaging.
Chiropractic Radiography and Quality Assurance Handbook

Chiropractic Radiography and Quality Assurance Handbook by Russell L. Wilson CRC Press


Chiropractic Radiography and Quality Assurance Handbook is the first book devoted to erect and recumbent radiographic positioning and a practical approach to quality assurance and radiographic quality control testing. It provides a step-by-step approach to performing quality radiographic studies using radiographic images to demonstrate placement of anatomical markers and the safest location for patient identification information. Some topics covered include: o The importance of sound radiation safety practices and appropriate protection and collimationo Spinal radiography including changes in positioning to reduce exposure to female patients o Extremity radiography, covering common and specialty views to assist in diagnosis of sports injuries. Designed for both the practitioner and the student, this book provides all of the tools necessary to produce quality radiographs in a quick reference, detailed, step-by-step approach to positioning. And adding information about darkroom and film storage, film processing quality control, film artifact identification and problem solving, makes this is an in-depth, authoritative guide.
The Portable Skeletal - X-Ray Library

The Portable Skeletal - X-Ray Library
By Marshall N. Deltoff and Peter L. Kogon


If you've been looking for a convenient rapid reference to aid you in interpreting radiographs, your search is over. This outstanding new resource gives you the clearest descriptions and illustrations available of the pathologic lesions that present most often in chiropractic practice. Logically organized and easy to use, it provides brief descriptions of each disorder along with large, clear radiographs, supplemented by line drawings where appropriate. Systematic coverage of osseous, cartilaginous and common soft tissue disease ensures that you'll find specific conditions quickly. This new atlas is a clinically relevant tool you'll find useful in everyday practice.
Presented in an easy-to-follow atlas style format, liberally illustrated with more than 900 clinically relevant radiographs and illustrations. * Fills the gap between voluminous texts and narrow synopses a handy reference tool that can be used every day. * Well-organized, CATBITESS mnemonic scheme makes it easy to find specific conditions quickly.
Freyschmidt's Koehler/Zimmer's Borderlands of Normal and Early Pathological Findings in Skeletal Radiography

Freyschmidt's Koehler/Zimmer's Borderlands of Normal and Early Pathological Findings in Skeletal Radiography 5th edition


by Jurgen Freyschmidt, Joachim, MD Brossmann, Andreas, MD Sternberg, Juergen, MD Wiens Is a radiological finding normal or pathologic? This "borderline" between the two states presents a daunting challenge to radiologists and orthopaedic surgeons on a daily basis. Thieme proudly presents the updated and expanded fifth edition of the landmark text generations of physicians have used to differentiate borderline findings! Redesigned for optimal use, the book is organized according to diagnostic questions raised by clinical findings, radiographic findings, or both. You'll find all possible variants in five pathologic categories: anomaly; trauma; necroses; inflammation; and tumor. The book provides imaging examples of the entire body, from the skull base, shoulder, and clavicle, to lower spine, knees, and the feet. More than 4,200 high-quality illustrations give clear examples of potential findings.
Pocket Guide to Chiropractic Skeletal Radiology

Pocket Guide to Chiropractic Skeletal Radiology by Rhonda J. Boone 1 edition


This how to manual designed for the clinical setting provides chiropractic students and graduates with a quick reference to radiographic technology and positioning as it relates to chiropractic practice. How-to reference for students and professionals. Presents a wide range of essential information, from setting exposure factors and positioning the patient, to evaluating the x-ray film to ensure its diagnostic quality and estimating the cost of supplies and equipment.
Essentials of Diagnostic Imaging

Essentials of Diagnostic Imaging by Gary M. Guebert, Othel L. Pirtle, Terry R. Yochum 1st edition


Logan College of Chiropractic, Chesterfield, Missouri. Reference for chiropractic students on imaging techniques of the skeletal system. This textbook is designed to provide a simplified understandable discussion of diagnostic imaging, not from the perspective of diagnosis but from the perspective of x-ray physics and technical knowledge. It covers topics ranging from x-ray equipment, x-ray production, and x-ray interaction with matter to radiation protection, film, screens and cassettes, film processing, radiographic techniques, CT and MRI, radiobiology, quality control, and site preparation. There are three appendixes: one provides a list of state and national groups involved in radiation regulation, one provides a list of companies that provide dosimetry equipment, and one provides a list of companies that provide supplies.
Radiology Study Guide

Radiology Study Guide by Terry R. Yochum, Lindsay J. Rowe, Jolie V. Haug


A review manual designed as a companion to the radiology text by Yochum and Rowe. Nine chapter cover essential information on: views, positioning, and mensuration of normal anatomy; techniques, equipment, and interpretation of diagnostic imaging modalities; dysplasias and skeletal anomalies; trauma; arthritides; neoplasms; infections; nutritional, metabolic, and endocrine disorders; and plain film imaging of the chest and abdomen. In addition to the naked presentation of information, each chapter includes 100 multiple choice review questions.
Clinical Imaging: with Skeletal, Chest, and Abdomen Pattern Differentials

Clinical Imaging: with Skeletal, Chest, and Abdomen Pattern Differentials
by Dennis M. Marchiori C.V. Mosby; 1st edition


This is a comprehensive text emphasizing the recognition of specific disease patterns that can be noted on radiographic examination. It focuses particular attention on four systems of the body: musculoskeletal; chest; abdomen; and brain and spinal cord. Purpose: The goal is to provide the reader with the knowledge that allows him or her to quickly recognize the presence of abnormal findings and then be able to place those findings in a specific diagnostic category. Thus, it presents a huge array of different conditions, comparing and contrasting them so that the reader becomes conversant with the minor differences that can help to differentiate closely-related conditions. The scope of this text is encyclopedic, and it does an admirable job of discussing both the common and rare.
Clinical Imaging: With Skeletal, Chest, And Abdomen Pattern Differentials

Clinical Imaging: With Skeletal, Chest, And Abdomen Pattern Differentials
by Dennis Marichori 2nd edition


This unique chiropractic text takes a pattern approach to differential diagnosis that is rooted in the use of plain film, MRI, and CT in the imaging of the skeletal system, chest, abdomen, brain, and spinal cord. This pattern approach helps bridge the transition from image to differential diagnosis by helping readers recognize patterns of abnormality and develop a list of viable diagnostic possibilities. Coverage also includes an alphabetical listing of disease entities featuring detailed descriptions in a consistent format that lists background, imaging findings, clinical comments, key concepts, and more.
Radiologic Science for Technologists Physics, Biology and ProtectionRadiologic Science for Technologists Physics, Biology and Protection by Stewart C. Bushong, Stewart Bushong 8th edition
This up-to-date textbook is designed to convey a working knowledge of radiologic science, providing a base from which radiographers can make informed decisions about technical factors and diagnostic image quality in the workplace. Its unique, full-color design highlights important concepts and makes content easy to understand. User-friendly features, clearly written content, and up-to-date material makes this resource ideal for both practitioners and radiography students preparing for the ARRT certification exam.
Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions & Radiologic Procedures, 3-Volume SetMerrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions & Radiologic Procedures, 3-Volume Set by Phillip W. Ballinger, Eugene D. Frank 10th edition
Widely recognized as the gold standard of positioning texts, this highly-regarded, comprehensive resource features more than 400 projections and excellent full-color illustrations augmented by MRI images for added detail to enhance the anatomy and positioning presentations. In three volumes, it covers preliminary steps in radiography, radiation protection, and terminology, as well as anatomy and positioning information in separate chapters for each bone group or organ system.
Pocket Guide to RadiographyPocket Guide to Radiography by Phillip W. Ballinger, Eugene Frank 5th Sprl edition
This handy pocket companion concisely presents radiographic essentials in a quick reference format ideal for the clinical setting. Bulleted, step-by-step explanations illustrate how to position the patient for 190 of the most common radiographic projections. Unique to this pocket guide is the inclusion of computed radiography information. The guide leaves space for the user to make notes needed for easy access in the practice setting.
What to Order When: Pocket Guide to Diagnostic ImagingWhat to Order When: Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Imaging by Ronald L. Eisenberg (Editor), Alexander R. Margulis 2nd edition
New edition of a handbook that recommends the most efficient and cost-effective imaging strategies for 300 clinical problems. Eisenberg (radiology, U. of California, and Alameda County Medical Center) and Margulis (radiology, U. of California) offer updated imaging approaches that reflect the continued technological advances in diagnostic imaging. The first part of each section deals with those symptoms and signs that do not permit a single working diagnosis. The second part provides coherent strategies that can be used when there is working clinical diagnosis to be confirmed, refined, or rejected by imaging procedures. A list of differential diagnoses is offered for each symptom and sign, and for each clinical diagnosis there is a brief outline of typical signs, symptoms, and predisposing factors.
Lecture Notes on Radiographic Equipment, Exposure & Radiation Protection by Jeffrey Papp Stipes Pub Llc; 3rd edition
Felson's Principles of Chest Roentgenology: A Programmed TextFelson's Principles of Chest Roentgenology: A Programmed Text by Lawrence R. Goodman, Benjamin Felson 2nd edition
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. One of the best-selling books in the history of radiology. Previously titled: Principles of Chest Roentgenology, c1965, by Benjamin Felson. Originally published in 1965, this book stands as one of the best-selling books in the history of radiology. Its enduring success is quite simple to explain: Felson, Weinstein & Spitz's text presented chest readiology in a way that was straightforward, interactive, and fun. Now this classic source is back! Edited by Lawrence R. Goodman, MD, FACR, the Second Edition retains its namesake's winning approach. Its organization fosters active reader participation, reinforces key concepts, and allows you to progress at your own pace. Humor and interesting quotes sustain your attention and make learning enjoyable.
AIDS to Radiological Differential DiagnosisAIDS to Radiological Differential Diagnosis by Stephen Chapman (Editor), Richard Nakielny 4th edition
This popular resource assists readers in honing their knowledge of radiological differential diagnosis for the most commonly encountered conditions in all areas of the body. The first section presents lists of differential diagnoses, supplemented by notes on useful facts and discriminating factors. The second section offers detailed descriptions on the characteristic radiological appearance of more than eighty individual diseases. The result is a convenient study tool for exam preparation, as well as a helpful quick reference for clinical practice.
Normal Findings in RadiographyNormal Findings in Radiography
by Torsten B. Moller 1st edition

Arranged anatomically, this reference guide provides example images, characteristics checklists and standard measurements for the skull, spine, upper extremity, and lower extremity. Arthrography, contrast examinations of the gastrointestinal tract, and angiography are included.
Pocket Atlas of Radiographic AnatomyPocket Atlas of Radiographic Anatomy
by Torsten B. Moller, Emil Reif
2nd Rev&Ex edition

With no textual accompaniment, this pocket atlas is a strictly visual depiction of normal radiographic anatomy for 170 examinations. Each radiographic image, organized by anatomical structures, such as the skeletal system, chest and lung, and circulatory system, is accompanied by a labeled line drawing of the anatomy allowing for easy identification.
Pocket Atlas of Radiographic PositioningPocket Atlas of Radiographic Positioning by Torsten B. Moller, Emil Reif Thieme Medical Publishers; 1st edition
Handbook for radiologic technicians and physicians demonstrating the correct positioning of patients and how to ensure good quality films. "...part of the Thieme Flexibook series, it covers all the standard examinations in conventional radiology, with notes on carrying out CT & MRI...each entry shows the image & posi tioning sketch, technical data,correct adjustment,& pitfalls
Radiographic Exposure: Principles and PracticeRadiographic Exposure: Principles and Practice by Jerry Ellen Wallace 1st edition
An introduction to the topic, with basic math review and activities such as lab assignments, crossword puzzles, and multiple choice questions, for those studying to be technicians. Sections include: image quality and production, distortion, exposure factors, control of scattered radiation, recorded detail, and radiographic techniques. Bound on slick paper with perforations so pages can be torn out.
Bontrager's Pocket Atlas-Handbook of Radiographic Positioning and TechniquesBontrager's Pocket Atlas-Handbook of
Radiographic Positioning and Techniques
by Kenneth L. Bontrager
Bontrager Publishing Inc; 4th Ring edition

Pocket-sized atlas, in outline format, demonstrates 216 projections, and includes 317 illustrations and 11 conversion charts. Covers the applied aspects of radiographic positioning and exposure factors.
Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related AnatomyTextbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy by Kenneth L. Bontrager 5th edition
This radiography text focuses on the most commonly performed radiographic exams as determined by an extensive survey. To help students better visualize and understand positioning, this text features one projection per page and a "show-and-tell" style that lines up explanation of the featured projection with positioning photos, radiographic images and anatomy line drawings. This outstanding fifth edition includes an all new full color design, new information on pathology, geriatric and pediatric patient populations, expanded survey information, and 100 new positioning photographs for the latest in radiographic positioning.
Textbook Of Radiographic Positioning And Related AnatomyTextbook Of Radiographic Positioning And Related Anatomy by Kenneth L. Bontrager, John P. Lampignano 6th edition
This radiography text focuses on about 200 of the most commonly performed radiographic exams, featuring a clear, easy-to-follow organization. It presents positioning and projection information in an easy-to-read, bulleted format on one side of the page spread, with corresponding positioning photos, radiographic images and anatomical drawings on the other side. Expert content covers pathology, geriatric and pediatric patient populations, survey information, and 100 new positioning photographs for the latest in radiographic positioning.
Atlas Of Radiologic AnatomyAtlas Of Radiologic Anatomy by Gabriela Bauer, Lothar, M.D. Wicke, Wilhelm Firbas, Christian Herold, Wolfgang Schima, Lothar Wicke, Kenneth C. Taylor (Translator), Anna N. Taylor ICON Learning Systems
The Atlas of Radiologic Anatomy, 7th Edition features 232 copies of line drawings which can be placed as transparent overlays on the images for direct identification of the anatomical structures. Both radiology students and health professionals alike will find the this authoritative atlas indispensable for its unique balance of historical insight, detailed images and drawings, and techniques for practical application.
Diagnostic Imaging Diagnostic Imaging: Spine (Diagnostic Imaging (W.B. Saunders)) by Jeff Ross, Michael Brant-Zawadzki, Mark Chen, Kevin Moore, Karen Salzman
No need to wade through prose and punctuation to find information in the volumes of the Diagnostic Imaging Series. This fourth volume, like the others, features a happy compaction of material (maybe twice as much per diagnosis compared with traditional prose textbooks); a bulleted design in a standard format (information is in the same place, every time, in every organ system); a visual differential diagnosis "thumbnail"; "key facts" boxes for succinct review; and up- to-date references. Primary disease considerations and the differential considerations are well illustrated with multiple images for each diagnosis. Color-coded page design and large headings help readers quickly scan the material.
Spine: 100 Top DiagnosesSpine: 100 Top Diagnoses (Pocketradiologist) by Michael Brant-Zawadzki Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company;
Hoag Memorial Hospital, Newport Beach, CA. Pocket-sized outline for residents and practitioners. Provides key information on the 100 most important diagnoses in the fired. Covers key facts, imaging findings, differential diagnosis, clinical issues, pathologic features, and references. Softcover.
Spine: 100 Top DiagnosesPocketRadiologist Spine - Top 100 Diagnoses for the PDA by Michael Brant-Zawadzki Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company; CD-Rom edition
CD-ROM, in cardboard folder, is designed for practicing physicians and residents. Provides key data on 100 important diagnoses in this radiology specialty. Includes key facts, imaging findings, differential diagnosis, pathology, clinical issues, and selected references. System requires: Palm-powered PDAs from Palm, HandSpring, and Sony. Loads from Windows PC onto PDA through HotSync.
Fractures of the Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar SpineFractures of the Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine by Alexander R. Vaccaro Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Provides protocols for spinal injury assessment, treatment, and aftercare. The approach focuses on the particular issues of spinal pathophysiology and fracture sub-types rather than on regional spinal pathology. Both operative and non-operative courses are considered. Topics of the 52 chapters include atlas fractures, vertical compression injuries, cervical whiplash, odontoid screw fixation, fractures of the sacrum and coccyx, anterior thoracolumbar plating and rodding techniques, Klippel-Feil syndrome, and gunshot wounds. The opening chapters discuss emergency management, timing of surgery, imaging, and trauma classification. Black and white photographs are provided.
Skeletal Imaging: Atlas of the Spine and ExtremitiesSkeletal Imaging: Atlas of the Spine and Extremities by John A. M. Taylor, Donald Resnick
New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, NY. Second author, Donald Resnick, is with Univ. of California, San Diego. Atlas emphasizing everyday appearance of skeletal disorders in routine radiographs, and also includes computed tomographic (CT) scans, radionuclide studies, and magnetic resonance (MR) images. Includes figure legends. Skeletal Imaging: An Atlas of the Spine and Extremities is a clear, comprehensive, and user-friendly reference for clinicians, radiologists, and residents interpreting images of musculoskeletal and orthopedic disorders. It focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system. For each skeletal region, coverage includes normal developmental anatomy, fractures, deformities, dislocations, infections, hematologic disorders, and more. Joint and bone disorders are illustrated through more than 2,000 crisp radiographs, CT scans, MR images, bone scans, and conventional radiographic films.
Imaging of the Cervical Spine in ChildrenImaging of the Cervical Spine in Children by Leonard E. Swischuk Publisher: Springer; 1 edition
Dr. Leonard Swischuk, who is recognized for authoring several superb and widely read pediatric radiology textbooks, has produced yet another outstanding work on the important subject of imaging the cervical spine in children. A distinguished pediatric radiologist, he draws upon his extensive experience in the field and his gift for writing clear and readable text to provide practitioners with an insightful approach to pediatric cervical spine injuries. The book has several notable strengths that are appealing to radiology residents, such as its succinct and well-organized overview of the topic. To help residents identify cases that they are likely to encounter during board exams and in practice, Dr. Swischuk selected excellent plain film examples from his personal collection that illustrate the conditions he discusses and reflect his emphasis on cervical radiography. The illustrated cases also include CT and MR images that clarify and qualify the plain film findings.
Pocket Atlas of Normal Spinal Mri Pocket Atlas of Normal Spinal Mri
by Leo F., M.D. Czervionke

Featuring 97 sharp, new images obtained with state-of-the-art scanning technology, the Second Edition of this popular pocket atlas is a quick, handy guide to interpreting magnetic resonance images of the spine. The book shows readers how to recognize normal anatomic structures on MRI scans...and how to distinguish these structures from artifacts.Each page presents a high-resolution image, with anatomic landmarks clearly labeled. Directly above the image are a key to the labels and a thumbnail illustration that orients the reader to the plane of view (sagittal, axial, or coronal). This format--sharp images, orienting thumbnails, and clear keys--enables readers to identify features with unprecedented speed and accuracy.Chapters cover the cervical spine, craniocervical junction, thoracic spine, thoracolumbar junction, lumbar spine, and sacrum. This edition includes a new section on the occipital-cervical junction, with emphasis on the upper cervical ligaments and atlantoaxial articulations.
Imaging of the Pediatric Head, Neck, and Spine by Mauricio, MD Castillo, Suresh K., MD Mukherji Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1st edition
A text that covers all aspects of brain, neck, and spine imaging that pediatric neuroradiologists, pediatric radiologists, and general radiologists may encounter. Therefore, it deals substantially with imaging of the face, orbits, temporal bones, paranasal sinuses, airway, and neck. It includes discussions on the epidemiologic and clinical features as well as the imaging features of each entity. The drawn illustrations--simple line diagrams--portray common and unusual manifestations of the entities addressed. Each chapter begins with a brief discussion on embryology as it applies to the pathology thereafter considered.

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