Teaching Atlas of Urologic Imaging

Published:December 03, 2009DOI:
      Recently, we have seen an increase in the publication of “case-based” textbooks of radiology, presenting a series of clinical cases, each one with clinical and radiological findings typical of the disease discussed and arranged along with their degree of complexity or grouped along with the different chapters of pathology. At times the authors use the technique of the quiz, by presenting a series of radiological findings and asking for the diagnosis, which is often given with a discussion in the facing page. It seems that a book in which the radiological features of a pathology are dealt in its details and in a systemic method, according to the nature of the disease, and the organs involved is becoming rather rare. One wonders whether this type of textbook is out of favor by the readers and, therefore, by the publishers. Maybe there are too many medical books in the scientific libraries.
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