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Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by radiology, Feb 10, 2002.
What radiology book do you recommend for clinicals?
If you can get a hold of Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology, it will serve you well. I would see if you can sign it out of your library first, before you buy anything.
Felson's chest radiography: a programmed approach or something like that is a good basic chest-xray book. Squire's is a good starting point as well.
Chest X-ray Made Easy ?
I'm taking Radiology right now, and I think Radiology secrets is a great book. Especially since I'm not going into it. Quick little breakdows, but if you're considering a career in radiology, I would go with something else.
Bought rads recall over rads secrets. Recall was exactly what i needed on the spot and acronyms. If you want to be a radiologist spend $160 and get fundamentals of diagnostic radiology by brant and helms. far superior to squires.
For a 4th year rotation is Squires or Brant & Helms better?
squires offers a much better basic overview. brandt and helms has way too much detail for someone not in a radiology residency