Top 3 Differentials in Neuroradiology offers a unique and engaging approach to learning and reviewing neuroradiology. Description[s] [are] concise yet laced with imaging and clinical pearls. Dr. O'Brien is able to near perfectly walk the line between too little and too much information/discussion for each case. All sections of the book [brain, head & neck, and spine] are strong. Overall, this book is highly recommended for senior radiology residents, neuroradiology fellows, practicing radiologists, and non-radiology clinicians who are interested in learning more about neuroimaging. -- American Journal of Neuroradiology
Unique! That is the best word to describe Top 3 Differentials in Neuroradiology by William T. O'Brien - unique in its approach to the clinical practice of neuro-imaging, and unique in its approach to education in this rapidly expanding subspecialty...I found reading this book to be a joy...Frankly, this is a book not just for the resident or fellow, but one that will give any academic faculty member a positive learning experience, just like the one that I had! -- From the Foreword by Richard E. Latchaw, MD, FACR, Past President of the American Society of Neuroradiology
Top 3 Differentials in Neuroradiology is an up-to-date, comprehensive review of critical topics in neuroimaging. The books unique format ranks the differentials, divides them into the Top 3, and presents additional diagnostic considerations for each case presentation. The discussion sections of each case cover the imaging and clinical manifestations for all disease processes, making this text a high-yield review for board exam preparation and a quick reference for daily clinical practice.
- Presents more than 600 high-quality images with the case-based reviews
- Covers all neuroradiology subspecialties, including imaging of the brain, head neck, and spine
- Provides a prioritized list of differentials based upon key findings for each case
This book is an excellent board review for all radiology residents and fellows in neuroradiology, as well as staff radiologists preparing for their certification exams. Radiologists, clinicians, and surgeons involved in reviewing or interpreting neuroradiology studies will also find it to be an invaluable, quick reference that they will refer to repeatedly in their daily practice
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