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Moveable reference gives radiographic technologists, junior residents, medical college students, main care suppliers, and bodily therapists fast entry to high high quality pictures and concise discussions of the 200 commonest pathologies visualized on CT and MRI to be used on the level of care.
Market / Viewers
Main Market: Radiologic Technologists (7,500+ new rad techs per yr within the USA); book can be advisable in RadTech packages, and required when there’s a CT/MRI Pathology course or specialty. This may additionally attraction to college students prepping for the ARRT examination.
Junior Residents and Medical College students (approx. 152,000 annually)
Main Care Suppliers (MDs, PAs, NPs)
Concerning the Guide
CT & MRI Pathology: Second Edition is a transportable reference of greater than 200 widespread pathologies seen in CT and on MRI. It concisely critiques the pathology, etiology, indicators and signs, imaging traits, remedy, and prognosis for every illness/dysfunction and consists of crisp, high-high quality pictures to accompany each dialogue. New to the second version are a further ninety illness subjects – bringing the full to 200, a brand new design, and eight pages of shade pictures.
There have been a lot of technological modifications on this area prior to now 5 years because the final version revealed. We will now see photographs with thinner slices, a number of axis, and a transition away from nuclear drugs as CT and MRI technology has been enhanced. For instance, 5 years in the past, sixteen-slice CT scans have been the norm; now it's sixty four-slice – this can be a greater resolution and permits for a lot better remedy and analysis. The brand new version will embrace state-of-the-art photographs for every pathology coated.
Key Promoting Options 200 widespread pathologies seen on CT & MRI CD-ROM will include four hundred high-high quality photographs, many distinctive to the CD. Organized by body system for straightforward reference. Moveable for fast lookups on the level of care four hundred+ state-of-the-art CTs and MRIs with concise explanations of every pathology Written by a radiographic technologist and a radiologist
Concerning the Authors
Michael L. Gray, MS, RT(R) (MR) (CT) is Assistant Professor of Radiologic Sciences at Southern Illinois College (Carbondale, IL). He actively teaches evaluate programs for rad techs certifying in MR and CT.
Jagan M. Ailinani, MD is a radiologist and previously Medical Professor of Radiology and Group drugs at Southern Illinois College (Carbondale, IL).