Pediatric Imaging, the latest edition in the Teaching File series, covers a
wide variety of conditions affecting children. Designed as a complement to core
textbooks and curriculum, this book walks the reader through every step of 238
actual cases — from patient history to the types of discussions that take
place between residents and faculty members. Readers can even study each case
as an unknown to help hone critical-thinking skills.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a radiology resident, fellow, or practicing radiologist, Pediatric Imaging: A Teaching File is one book you’ll use to continue to sharpen your skills.
- Each case features clinical history, images, relevant findings, differential diagnosis, and discussion of case
- Questions at end of each case focus on the core teaching points the case is meant to illustrate
- Fully searchable text and figures at web site
- “Reporting Responsibilities” offers specific recommendations for reporting content that are acuity, problem, and study specific.
- “What the Treating Physician Needs to Know” lists what information and direction the ordering provider may reasonably expect given the clinical context and imaging test at hand.
About the Author(s)
Mahesh Thapa MD, Assistant Professor Director, Pediatric Radiology Fellowship Department of Radiology, R-5417 Seattle Children's 4800 Sandpoint Way NE Seattle, WA 98105-3901
Weinberger Edward M.D., Director of RadiologyCenter for Integrative Brain Research<p style=&q