In Avoiding Errors in Radiology: Case-Based Analysis of Causes and Preventive
Strategies, the authors provide 118 real-life examples of interpretation errors
and wrong decisions from both diagnostic and interventional radiology. In
each case, the authors discuss in detail the context in which the errors were
made, the resulting complications, and strategies for future prevention. The cases are organized by body region, beginning with the cranium and then moving to cases of the breast, chest and abdomen, spinal column, musculoskeletal and vascular systems.
- 118 case studies facilitate analysis and discussion of causes of errors and offer preventive strategies to transfer into daily practice
- 956 high-quality images and explanatory drawings illustrate the cases and pinpoint errors of interpretation and in decision making
Avoiding Errors in Radiology is a must-have reference for anyone involved in interpreting images for diagnosis and in making decisions in interventional radiology.
This book offers the readers:
- How to inform themselves "without an audience" about possible errors that can happen to every
- Analysis of the possible causes of errors and wrong decisions in 116 case studies with over 940 illustrations and to transfer the strategies described to avoid errors into their own work
- How to limit errors and to deal with them more competently and confidently
Cranium; Chest; Breasts; Abdomen; Liver, Pancreas, Retroperitoneum; Gastrointestinal Tract; Urogenital Tract; Spinal Column; Musculoskeletal System; Vascular System