This highly illustrated volume in the successful Made Easy series is designed for the many junior doctors who rotate through casualty departments. It will cover the full scope of radiological problems that occur in these units - orthopaedics, fractures, as well as abdominal and chest images. The x-rays will be annotated with labels and line drawings, whilst the text will include tips on what to look for. Reference will also be made to other types of cases which may present in casualty, such as medical and surgical emergencies as well as a few paediatric cases. The style of the book will be lively reflecting the real life scenarios that occur in such departments.A practical and well-illustrated guide for a topic that is relevant to a large number of trainees in medicine.
Addresses the limited anatomical knowledge of many trainees working in casualty departments.
Lively text written with real knowledge of the job involved.
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