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Which books for radiology rotation?

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by lumbrical, Dec 12, 2001.

  1. lumbrical

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    Hello all -

    I'm doing a radiology rotation in a couple of months. Any suggestions on which books (reference and handbooks) are useful?

    Thanks,
    lumbrical
     
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  3. pags

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    Lucy Squire's Fundamentals of Radiology.
     
  4. Whisker Barrel Cortex

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    Squire's Fundamentals is a good book (its now written by Dr. Novelline, not Lucy Squires). Its easy to read but a little long.

    I would recommend Felson's for chest x-rays, it is a great programmed text that is easy to read and helps retain knowledge.

    Radiology Secrets is a good book with a lot of information. Even though it looks smaller, it had many facts in it that were not in Squires. It was helpful for pimping. However, it is impossible to read through this book on one rotation.
     
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    radiology recall is excellent companion to a more compehensive text. it concentrated on the big points and had pneumonics for the ddx's
     

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