Book review| Volume 31, ISSUE 2, P142-143, March 2007

Teaching atlas of pediatric imaging

      This teaching atlas of pediatric imaging presents, in a case-based approach, the common topics of pediatric radiology. Each case study is enriched by excellent comments related to the background, the diagnosis, the differential diagnosis, and pitfalls. Appreciated also is the associated discussion on diseases related to the process discussed, thus covering other many important conditions in pediatric imaging. In this context, additional images of the discussed related disease would have been helpful.
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