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Chest X-rays for Medical Students

Author: Christopher Clarke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 128

View: 403

Chest X-rays for Medical Students is a unique teaching and learning resource that offers students, junior doctors, trainee radiologists, nurses, physiotherapists and nurse practitioners a basic understanding of the principles of chest radiology. Provides a memorable way to analyze and present chest radiographs – the unique ‘ABCDE’ system as developed by the authors Explains how to recognize basic radiological signs, pathology and patterns associated with common medical conditions as seen on plain PA and AP chest radiographs Presents each radiograph twice, side by side - once as would be seen in a clinical setting and again with the pathology clearly highlighted Includes a section of self-assessment and presentation exercises to test knowledge and presentation technique Ideal for study and clinical reference, this book will be the ideal companion for any medical student, junior doctor or trainee radiographer.
Medical

Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students

Author: Christopher Clarke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 128

View: 396

Highly Commended at the British Medical Association Book Awards 2016 Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students is a comprehensive resource offering guidance on reading, presenting and interpreting abdominal radiographs. Suitable for medical students, junior doctors, nurses and trainee radiographers, this brand new title is clearly illustrated using a unique colour overlay system to present the main pathologies and to highlight the abnormalities in abdomen x-rays. Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students: Covers the key knowledge and skills necessary for practical use Provides an effective and memorable way to analyse and present abdominal radiographs - the unique 'ABCDE' system as developed by the authors Presents each radiograph twice, side by side: the first as seen in the clinical setting, and the second with the pathology clearly highlighted Includes self-assessment to test knowledge and presentation technique With a systematic approach covering both the analysis of radiographs and next steps mirroring the clinical setting and context, Abdominal X-rays for Medical Students is a succinct and up-to-date overview of the principles and practice of this important topic.
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Interpreting Chest X-Rays

Author: Philip Eng

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page:

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Interpreting chest X-rays can seem baffling and intimidating for senior medical students and newly qualified doctors. This highly illustrated guide provides the ideal introduction to chest radiology. It uses 100 clinical cases to illuminate a wide range of common medical conditions, each illustrated with a chest X-ray and a clear description of the significant diagnostic features and their clinical relevance. Where appropriate CT scans and bronchoscopic imaging are also included as part of the investigation. Pulmonary medicine is largely based on a strong foundation on the plain chest radiograph. Indeed chest radiography is the single most common investigation done in hospital practice. This illustrated collection of case studies will help make the learning process easier and more enjoyable and less painful. As well as illuminating pearls of core knowledge in chest X-ray interpretation, it highlights some of the pitfalls that might wrong-foot the inexperienced practitioner.
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Radiology Cases for Medical Student OSCE's

Author: Debbie Wai

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 243

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Radiology now forms part of the core curriculum and is assessed in the final medical OSCE. This book includes 100 radiology cases that medical students are likely to encounter in their exams. The book is primarily image based, presenting a clinical history, description of findings and discussion for each image. Critically, the images include modern techniques such as CT and MRI in addition to more traditional photography, and the book helps students recognise and interpret abnormal image findings as well as increasing their factual knowledge. This book is vital reading for final year medical students approaching their final OSCE, and also for junior doctors who need a radiology quick reference guide in clinical practice. It can also be used to supplement MRCS Picture Questions Book 1 (see below) by candidates revising for the MRCS examination.
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Principles and Interpretation of Chest X-rays

Author: P. A. Mahesh

Publisher: Orient Blackswan

ISBN:

Category: Chest

Page: 157

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" This Book Is Meant For Students Of Medicine And Radiology, And Practitioners. " It Has Nearly 400 X-Rays Including Some Very Rare Ones. Both Normal And Abnormal X-Rays Are Shown And Analysed. The Discussion Of Abnormal X-Rays In The Clinical Case Study Format (Under The Headings Site Of Disease, Pathology And Etiology) Is The Unique Feature Of This Book. " A Brief Quiz At The Beginning And End Of Each Section Stimulate The Reader And Confirm Understanding Of The Principles. " A Special Chapter On Cardiac Shadows Is Also Provided." A Free Cd Provided Within The Book Contains Some Of The Important X-Rays From The Book, For Detailed Perusal.
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Interpreting Chest X Rays

Author: Dr Stephen Ellis

Publisher: Scion Publishing Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 250

View: 363

Radiological imaging is now accessible to a wide range of healthcare workers, many of whom are increasingly taking on extended roles. This book will equip all healthcare professionals, including medical students, chest physicians, radiographers and radiologists, with the techniques and knowledge required to interpret plain chest radiographs. It is not an exhaustive text, but concentrates on interpretive skills and pattern recognition – these help the reader to understand the pitfalls and spot the clues that will allow them to correctly interpret the chest X-rays they will encounter in their daily practice. The book features over 300 high quality images, along with a range of case story images designed to enable readers to test and develop their interpretation skills. Interpreting Chest X-Rays is a handy ready reference that will help you to avoid making errors interpreting chest X-rays and decide, for example: * if a temporary pacing wire has been inserted correctly * whether the shadows you can see are real abnormalities * if all chest tubes and lines are located appropriately in an ITU patient * what further imaging may assist interpretation of an apparent abnormality * whether a post-surgical chest is significantly abnormal * what organism might be causing an infection * why a patient is short of breath * whether patient positioning accounts for an abnormal appearance on a chest X-ray * what impact radiographic technique has had on the appearance of pathology
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Chest X-Ray Made Easy

Author: Jonathan Corne

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 222

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This popular guide to the examination and interpretation of chest radiographs is an invaluable aid for medical students, junior doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and radiographers. Translated into over a dozen languages, this book has been widely praised for making interpretation of the chest X-ray as simple as possible The chest X-ray is often central to the diagnosis and management of a patient. As a result every doctor requires a thorough understanding of the common radiological problems. This pocketbook describes the range of conditions likely to be encountered on the wards and guides the reader through the diagnostic process based on the appearance of the abnormality shown. Covers the full range of common radiological problems. Includes valuable advice on how to examine an X-ray. Assists the doctor in determining the nature of the abnormality. Points the clinician towards a possible differential diagnosis. A larger page size allows for larger and clearer illustrations. A new chapter on the sick patient covers the patient on ITU and the appearance of lines and tubes. There is extended use of CT imaging with advice on choosing modalities depending on the clinical circumstances. A new section of chest x-ray problems incorporates particularly challenging case histories. The international relevance of the text has been expanded with additional text and images.
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Critical Observations in Radiology for Medical Students

Author: Katherine R. Birchard

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 272

View: 534

Critical Observations in Radiology for Medical Students is an ideal companion for medical students and clinicians, with a focus on medical learning and patient management to support clerkship rotations and internship training. This brand new title delivers comprehensive radiological illustrations of various pathologies on different modalities, guiding the reader through the processes of understanding different imaging techniques, requesting the most appropriate medical imaging modality and procedure in order to reach a clinical diagnosis. With a simple approach to a wide-range of organ-based important pathologies from an imaging point of view, this comprehensively illustrated volume uses a simple consistent categorization scheme. Critical Observations in Radiology for Medical Students includes: • In-depth evaluations of the strengths and weaknesses for each modality • Explanations of the basic physics of different imaging modalities • An accessible overview of the current FDA and ACR guidelines for imaging safety, radiation risks, with special guidelines for imaging children and pregnant women • An exploration of a wide-range of organ-based pathologies from an imaging point of view • A companion website at www.wiley.com/go/birchard featuring self-assessment MCQs, downloadable pdfs of algorithms, and all the images from the book Critical Observations in Radiology for Medical Students is a timely, manageable and concise learning resource, with broad topic coverage and enhanced learning features to help students and clinicians answer the question, ‘which test should I order?’ and confidently diagnose and manage conditions.
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The Chest X-ray

Author: Matthias Hofer

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 224

View: 246

For whom is this book designed? For all students and physicians in training who want to learn more about the systematic interpretation of conventional chest radiographs, and for anyone who wants to learn how to insert chest tubes and central venous catheters. What does this book offer? Detailed diagrams on topographical anatomy, with numerical labels for self-review. Coverage includes even relatively complex findings in trauma victims and ICU patients. Detailed, step-by-step instructions on the placement of CVCs and chest tubes. Simple aids and tricks, such as the silhouette sign, that are helpful in image interpretation. Images to illustrate all common abnormalities (systematically arranged according to morphological patterns).

Cardiac X-Rays Cardiac Radiology Series

Author: Chockalingam

Publisher: Elsevier India

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 172

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This handy pocket guide simplifies the interpretation of chest x-rays. It describes the range of conditions likely to be encountered and guides the user through the process of examining and interpreting the film based on the appearance of the abnormality shown. It then helps the user determine the nature of the abnormality and points toward possible differential diagnoses. All x-rays are accompanied by a simple line diagram outlining where the abnormality is located. This is a concise, well-written, well-illustrated and, most importantly, pocket-sized book which medical students and junior doctors should find extremely useful. About the Author : - V. Chockalingam, MD,DM, FACC, Sr. Cardiologist Apollo Hospital Chennai. Formerly Prof. & Head, Dept. of Cardiology, Madras Medical College, Chennai, India and Chief Cardiologist of Government General Hospital, Chennai, India.A. Chockalingam, MD, FACC, Consultant Cardiologist, Charleston, USA.