Arthritis in Black and White, by Anne C. Brower, MD and Donald J. Flemming, MD, provides you with a concise, practical introduction to the radiographic diagnosis of arthritic disorders. Completely revised, this popular, easy-to-read resource contains high-quality digital radiographs with correlating MRIs throughout and a practical organization that aids in your recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of common arthritides. It is perfect for residents in training and experienced radiologists wishing to refresh their knowledge.
New to This Edition
Improve the accuracy of your diagnoses by interpreting radiographs and comparing them with correlating MRI images.
Benefit from the latest advancements and techniques found in completely revised and rewritten chapters.
Understand the nuances and subtleties of how arthritides present through over 350 high-quality digital images.
Easily reference diagnostic guidance by presenting symptom, see what to look for, and understand how to effectively diagnose the patient.
Reference key information quickly and easily thanks to a consistent, user-friendly format and a unique two-part organization (radiologic approaches to specific joints and full description of the individual common arthritides) that facilitates finding the exact information you need for any joint in the body.
By Anne C. Brower, MD, Professor and Chair of Radiology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA and Donald J. Flemming, MD, CDR, MC, USNR, Vice Chair for Education and Residency Director, Associate Professor of Radiology, G. Victor Rohrer Professor of Radiology Education, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, PA
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