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101 Chest X Ray Solutions by Hariqbal Singh

Title 101 Chest X Ray Solutions
Author Hariqbal Singh
Publisher JP Medical Ltd
Release 2013-05-30
Category Medical
Total Pages 271
ISBN 9350904624
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Chest X-ray is the most commonly requested film in any medical department so it is vital for clinicians to have a good understanding of the signs in order to make an accurate diagnosis. This book presents numerous postero-anterior plain chest X-ray images with detailed descriptions, exposing trainees and clinicians to both basic and more complex diagnoses. Beginning with an introduction to chest anatomy and how to read an X-ray, the following chapters present 101 cases by chest section. The final chapter includes 20 practice X-rays or spotters for self assessment. Key points 101 cases presenting chest X-ray images with detailed descriptions Covers simple and complex diagnoses Cases presented in logical format by section of the chest Includes 20 practice X-rays for self assessment

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