Book review| Volume 33, ISSUE 4, P327-328, July 2009

Pediatric imaging–rapid-fire questions and answers

      Pediatric Imaging: Rapid-Fire Questions and Answers is a 436-page text organized into 20 chapters covering various topics in pediatric medicine, with a stated focus on imaging. The book's Editor-in-Chief, Frank Quattromani, MD, is the Chief of Radiology at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The Associate Editors are Gilbert Handal, MD, and Richard Lampe, MD, both members of the Department of Pediatrics at the same institution. The book includes 61 additional contributors, of whom 32 are pediatricians, eight are radiologists, with the remainder in pathology (five), urology (three), emergency medicine (two), and several other specialties including family and community medicine, ophthalmology, dermatology, and genetic counseling.
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