Seeing is believing with the Atlas of Normal Roentgen Variants That May Simulate Disease, 9th Edition, edited by the late Theodore Keats and Mark W. Anderson. This medical reference book's thousands of images capture the roentgenographic presentation of a full range of normal variants and pseudo-lesions that may resemble pathologic conditions, helping you avoid false positives. You'd be hard pressed to find a comparable image collection in any one place online.
- Make the correct diagnosis with hundreds of MR and CT correlations.
- Recognize the entire spectrum of normal variants with over 6,000 images, the largest collection available on this topic.
- Prepare for the pitfalls of the oral exam with an easily accessible text that's designed to help avoid false positives.
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- Get additional images online, as well as online-only chapters and the full-text 7th Edition of Sistrom & Keats: Atlas of Radiologic Measurement.
- Get the latest update to a classic book that has proven invaluable for differentiating a normal image from a disease entity.
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"This is a "must have" for every radiology department."
- Doody's Listings and Reviews 2007, Review from the 8th Edition
Table of Contents
- Part I The Bones
- The Skull
- The Facial Bones
- The Spine
- The Pelvic Girdle
- The Shoulder Girdle and Thoracic Cage
- The Upper Extremity
- The Lower Extremity
- Part II The Soft Tissues
- The Soft Tissues of the Neck
- The Soft Tissues of the Thorax
- The Diaphragm
- The Soft Tissues of the Abdomen
- The Soft Tissues of the Pelvis
- The Genitourinary Tract
By Theodore E. Keats, MD, Alumni Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, University of Virginia Health Systems, Charlottesville, VA and Mark W. Anderson, MD, Harrison Distinguished Teaching Professor of Radiology; Chief, Division of Musculoskeletal Radiology, Department of Radiology, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, Virginia