"Lippincott's Primary Care Musculoskeletal Radiology helps family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants identify and diagnose patient injuries based on the radiologic findings that are most seen in the office setting. The book emphasizes what tests to order when and shows side by side images of what is normal and what is abnormal. Each chapter follows a consistent format: Clinical Presentation, Mechanism of Injury, Patient Assessment, What to Order, Not to Be Missed, Radiographic Evaluation, Treatment, and When to Refer. "--Provided by publisher.
With its easy-to-use, templated organization, well-presented case reviews, and high-yield imaging examples, this text aims to sharpen your diagnostic skills. Exquisitely illustrated key imaging features and relevant, succinct discussions of differential diagnoses provide you with the necessary tools required to feel confident when reading head and neck cases.
This radiography text focuses on the most commonly performed radiographic exams as determined by an extensive survey. To help students better visualise 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 colour design, new information on pathology, geriatric and paediatric patient populations, expanded survey information, and 100 new positioning photographs for the latest in radiographic positioning