Publication Year: 2011
Authors/Editor: Borden, Neil M.; Forseen, Scott E.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Doody's Star Rating®:Score: 88
Provides the tools you will need to arrive at the correct diagnosis or a reasonable differential diagnosis
Faced with a single neuroradiological image of an unknown patient, how confident would you be to make a differential diagnosis? Despite advanced imaging techniques, a confident diagnosis also requires knowledge of the patient's age, clinical data and the lesion location.
This user-friendly book includes basic information often omitted from other texts: a practical method of image analysis, sample dictation templates and didactic information regarding lesions/diseases in a concise outline form. Image galleries show more than 700 high quality representative examples of the diseases discussed. Whether you are a trainee encountering some of these conditions for the first time or a resident trying to develop a reliable system of image analysis, Pattern Recognition Neuroradiology is an invaluable diagnostic resource.