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Discussion in 'Emergency Medicine' started by hflessa, Apr 27, 2007.
any suggestions for a good rads in em text? thx.
The Harris "Emergency Radiology" text is one of the classics, but it's dense and expensive. At the same time, that density is full of information. As a reference, it's invaluable, but, for a quick reference, it might not be what you need. Still, the more I look at it, the more I like it. It's always good to have "a chip in the game" - to speak with (some) confidence to the radiologist on why you need the MR right now.
Your department should have a copy (and, if not, your hospital library DEFINITELY should have it). Look at it first, and see if you dig it.