Top 3 differentials in radiology — a case review

      The author, in the preface of the book, anticipated the conclusions I reached after reading it: this case-based reference book is successfully intended for radiology residents who are preparing for the Board of Radiology examinations. The book is subdivided into 13 main sections, dealing with the following: Chest and Cardiac Imaging; Gastrointestinal Imaging; Genitourinary Imaging; Musculoskeletal Imaging; Head and Neck Imaging; Brain and Spinal Imaging; Pediatric Imaging; Ultrasound Imaging; Fetal Imaging; Vascular and Interventional Imaging; Nuclear Medicine; Breast Imaging; Roentgen Classics.
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