Book review| Volume 30, ISSUE 2, P143, March 2006

Diagnostic imaging—abdomen

      This new book on the abdomen belongs to the series of diagnostic imaging and joins those already published dealing with orthopedics, brain, head and neck, and spine. All volumes have the same “bulleted format,” which allows each topic to present, as Dr. Anne G. Osborn, vice president and editor-in-chief of Amyrsis, writes, “twice the information and four times the images per diagnosis compared to the old-fashioned traditional prose text book.”
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