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How to Think Like a Radiologist: Ordering Imaging Studies

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2009 - Spring


by Tara Marie Catanzano, M.D., assistant professor of diagnostic radiology (Cambridge University Press) This pocket guide provides guidance in choosing which type of imaging study best answers the clinical question posed. The book addresses imaging studies by modality, body region and type of study in bulleted outline format. It discusses general considerations for each modality—including advantages and disadvantages—as well as patient preparation and requirements for each type of examination.
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