Interventional Radiology: A Survival Guide

D. Kessel and I. Robertson, London, UK. Churchill Livingstone 2000, 305 pages, numerous illustrations and schematic drawings
      Interventional Radiology: A Survival Guide is a practical, introductory “how-to” book written for radiologists, clinicians, technologists, and nurses. It provides information necessary to perform the most frequently requested interventional procedures in a concise, easy-to-read format. Multiple line drawings and pertinent radiographs illustrate major concepts and technical points. The authors are both British interventionalists who write from experience and with a sense of humor. Rarely is British to American English translation required, for example, Glyceril trinitrate equals Nitroglycerine.
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