Normal Findings in Radiography
- How should the diagnosis be phrased?
- Which general scheme can I use to evaluate an image; how can I check for the degree of normality?
- Which data allow me to evidence normality, and what measurements should be taken?
In spite of the introducion of digital X-ray imaging, the interpretation of conventional X-rays has not basically changed during the past ten years, which is evidenced by the development of this book. Since its first publication in 1987, it has gone through several unchanged reprints. In the 2nd German edition the text has hardly been changed; however, several new images have been added.
The method of making findings and the systematic method of interpreting images are still relevant today. Consequently, the strict and systematic organization of the book was left unchanged. The new layout leads to a clearer accessibility of the material for the reader.
- Paperback: 276 pages
- Publisher: Thieme; 1st Edition edition (2000)
- Language: English