Case Review Series
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Hundreds of case studies-with over 350 superb images as well as questions, answers, rationales, and references-cover everything fromTable of Contents
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Over 200 cases with 400 images cover both acquired and congenital heart disease. Each case is presented as an unknown with several questions. On the opposite page appears the diagnosis, responses to questions, additional commentary, and cross-references. The full spectrum of cases provided offers perfect exam preparation for residents or clinical review for practicing physicians. Cross-references to CARDIAC RADILOGY: THE REQUISITES.
- Organizes case studies into "Opening Round," "Fair Game," and "Challenge" sections that present varying levels of difficulty.
- Features more than 350 high-quality, state-of-the-art images representing a wide range of clinical situations encountered in cardiac imaging.
- Includes page references to Miller: Cardiac Imaging: The Requisites, 2nd Edition (0-323-01755-X) as well as to other current works in the literature, making it easy to find in-depth explanations of any subject.
- Mirrors the format and content of the American Board of Radiology's oral exam in cardiopulmonary radiology, offering readers highly effective preparation assistance.
"Radiologists Reddy (U. of California-San Fransico) and Steiner (Temple U. and U. of Pennsylvania) provide a case-based learning guide and review in cardiovascular radiology for resident or practicing radiologists. It can be used to prepare for the American Board of Radiology's new virtual cardiac imaging component of the oral examination in diagnostic radiology. They include a broad range of cardiovascular pathology, much of which is encountered frequently in a busy clinical practice." - SciTech Book News, Vol. 30, No. 2, June 2006
By Gautham Reddy, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Director of Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program, Chief of Cardiac Imaging, Chief of Cardiac and Pulmonary Imaging (VA Medical Center), University of Calfornia-San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; and Robert M. Steiner, MD, Professor of Radiology, Director of Thoracic Radiology, Temple University Hospital; Clinical Professor of Radiology, The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA