New York/Stuttgart, April 2009 – Vascular Imaging is the latest volume in a series of Thieme pocketbooks focusing on the twelve main subspecialties of radiology. This up-to-date reference includes all the vascular cases a radiologist is most likely to encounter during a typical working day, with just the right level of detail to make diagnoses efficiently, and to communicate appropriately with referring colleagues.
In the spirit of the Dx-Direct series, the book gets straight to the point. Vascular Imaging concisely relays all the relevant textual and visual information needed to achieve a high degree of confidence in recognizing and diagnosing all the more common vascular disorders. The more than 250 high quality images, consisting of X-ray, color Doppler ultrasound, CT and MRI, are central features of the book.
The new text includes succinct definitions, treatment options, differential diagnosis, as well as tips and pitfalls. Vascular Imaging is the ideal companion for clinicians, specialists, and subspecialists as well as residents preparing for board examinations.
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