FRCR Physics Notes: Beautiful revision notes for the First FRCR Physics exam
by Sarah Abdulla (Author), Christopher Clarke (Author)
These beautiful notes explain radiology physics in a simple and easy to understand way. This book is primarily aimed at those sitting the first FRCR physics exam and covers the scope of the Royal College of Radiologists syllabus. Although aimed at UK radiology trainees, it is also suitable for residents taking the MD/Diploma in Radiodiagnosis, Diplomate National Board (DNB) candidates, postgraduate medical physics students, radiographers, radiologic technologists, diagnostic radiographers and medical radiation technologists. It provide an excellent overview for anyone interested in learning about the physics of radiology or just refreshing their knowledge.
Written by Radiologists, the notes are concise but comprehensive with over 220 beautiful diagrams to aid in understanding. The clearly organised nature of the notes makes them ideal for dipping into a specific topic for reference, although if you fancy reading the entire physics syllabus, you can do that too. The diagrams have been optimised for Amazon Kindle devices.
This book summarises and pulls together content from the FRCR Physics Notes at Radiology Cafe and delivers it in a single eBook for you to download and read anytime.
There are 7 main chapters, which are further subdivided into 56 sub-chapters so topics are easy to find. There is also a comprehensive appendix at the back of the book.
Table of contents: 1. Basic science, 2. X-ray imaging, 3. CT imaging, 4. Ultrasound imaging, 5. MR imaging, 6. Nuclear imaging, 7. Radiation dosimetry, protection and legislation.