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Adam, A., Dixon, A.K., Gillard, J.H., Schaefer-Prokop, C., Grainger, R.G and Allison, D.J. (2015) Grainger & Allison's diagnostic radiology Vol.2 : a textbook of medical imaging. London: Churchill-Livingstone.
The new edition of this landmark text gives you a succinct but comprehensive account of all currently available imaging modalities and their clinical applications. It’s an excellent review text for resident radiologists, offering detailed information on all the imaging modalities and interventional procedures needed for exam preparation. Additionally, it helps the practicing radiologists with a concentrated overview of the latest imaging techniques covering all parts of the body.
Iwanczyk, J.S. (2016) Radiation detectors for medical imaging. Boca Raton : CRC Press.
This book provides an in depth review of the current status of photon counting detectors and its applications in medical imaging. The book provides a summary of the work that has been done in the last few years as well as a summary of the important work that has been done in the area of photon counting detectors for medical imaging applications. It can be very useful for both new and established investigators in this field.
Raby, N., Berman, L., Morley, S. and De Lacey, G. (2014) Accident & emergency radiology : a survival guide. 3rd edn. Edinburgh: Saunders.
This book will provide essential reading and support to A&E trainees, medical students, radiology trainees, reporting radiographers and clinical nurse specialists, all of whom may be faced with trauma cases requiring accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Whitley, A.S. (2016) Clark's positioning in radiography. 13th edn. Boca Raton: CRC Press.
Clark’s Positioning in Radiography continues to be the definitive work on radiographic technique for all students on radiography courses, radiographers in practice and trainee radiologists
With a clear and easy-to-follow structure,the thirteenth edition includes a number of changes and innovations in radiographic technique including sections on imaging informatics and its role in the modern world of medical imaging, holistic approaches to patient care and discussion of the important aspect of the patient journey.
Arger, P.H. (2015) Complete Guide to Vascular Ultrasound. Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer.
This volume is a comprehensive how-to guide to ultrasound evaluation of vascular pathology. It provides both the technical know-how and the analytical skills needed to obtain the maximum information from examinations and to accurately diagnose a given problem. Chapters provide detailed coverage of abdominal vasculature, peripheral arteries, hemodialysis and bypass grafts, peripheral veins, penile vessels, and the cerebrovascular system.
Deeg, K.H. (2015) Doppler sonography in infancy and childhood. Cham : Springer.
This book covers the full range of current applications of Doppler sonography in infancy and childhood, describing the variety of potential findings with the aid of a wealth of images.
Greathouse, J.S., McKenna Adler, A. and Carlton, R.R. (2015) Principles of radiographic positioning and procedures pocket guide. 3rd edn. Stamford, CT : Cengage.
This book gives radiography professionals a handy resource for use on the go. Pocket-sized and comprehensive, the book's quick reference sections for positioning procedures and radiation protection standards puts critical details within reach while working with patients.
Lazo, D. (2015) Fundamentals of sectional anatomy an imaging approach. 2nd edn. Australia : Cengage Learning.
This book is the ideal introductory text for new radiography students, those preparing for the CT and MRI exams, or anyone interested in learning about human anatomy. Chapters address the fundamentals of sectional anatomy, starting at the vertex of the skull and descending to the symphysis pubis, with additional in-depth coverage of the vertical column, major joints of the upper and lower extremities, and separate chapters on the facial bones and sinuses.