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by Anne G. Osborn MD

  • ISBN: 0801674867
  • Author: Anne G. Osborn MD
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  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 936
  • Publisher: Mosby; 1 edition (January 15, 1994)
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  • Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
epub Diagnostic Neuroradiology: A Text/Atlas download

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by Osborn MD, Anne G. ISBN-13: 978-0801674860. book are the way of the future and therefore a retread of this "obsolete" format (actual sentences) unnecessary.

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Anne G. Osborn, MD is Distinguished Professor of Radiology at the University of Utah. She is recognized internationally for helping establish the field of neuroradiology, which deals with the head, neck, spine, and the central and peripheral nervous system

Anne G. She is recognized internationally for helping establish the field of neuroradiology, which deals with the head, neck, spine, and the central and peripheral nervous system. Dr. Osborn is also the author of numerous medical books and journal articles, and is the co-creator of the first comprehensive point-of-care electronic imaging reference system. University Hospital Radiology.

About Anne G. Osborn

About Anne G. Osborn. Jhaveri is Associate Professor of Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL. He currently serves as the Division Head of Neuroradiology and the Division Head of Medical Informatics as well as the Executive Vice-Chair of Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine. Osborn (born 1943) is an American physician who works at the University of Utah. She holds the William H. and Patricia W. Child Presidential Endowed Chair in Radiology at the University of Utah Medical Center. Osborn earned her . at Stanford University.

Spanish version also available, ISBN: 84-8174-119-1
Comments (7)

Fawrindhga
A very good referrence and guide!
TheJonnyTest
Ann Osborn is one of the most amazing Neuroradiologists for her knowledge and ability to entertain, as a guest lecturer. Her book is well organized by presenting material in a clear, concise method with excellent photographs, illustrations and summary boxes. Topics cover everything from trauma, stroke to intra-axial and extra-axial tumors. The spine is also covered, very well.

This book is a classic text of this subspecialty. However, it has some limitations:

No recent updates or plan for updates
No head and neck topics, especially temporal bones and sinuses

However, complementary to this book is Head and Neck Imaging by Peter Som:

Head and Neck Imaging CD-ROM and Book Package

The update to this text is the following:

Diagnostic Imaging: Brain

It is an easy read for a resident in the 1st month of your neuroradiology rotation and can be read in a month with a high degree of retention. You will need a book to complement your knowledge for head and neck topics.

Other books to consider are below:

Neuroradiology: The Requisites (Requisites in Radiology)

Brain Imaging: Case Review Series (Case Review)

Head & Neck Imaging: Case Review Series

Spine Imaging: Case Review Series (Case Review)

Conclusion:

This is a must read. I highly recommend this book.
Dozilkree
It has been said that this book is the Bible of neuroradiology. It is. This book is easy to read, with tons of illustrations and tables. It's a "neuropathology book in black and white." I'm satisfied with the neuroradiology part of my Board exams, after having read this book from cover to cover.
Ironfire
This book was supposed to be new but unfortunately it was not. It was in good condition. So I will keep the book.
hardy
First of all this book has aged well and when compared to current texbooks it is fantastic. Also it is much better than the new textbook that she has produced, which is simplz a list of diagnoses. During training it is very important to dispose of a textbook where in addition to the images (a requisite for any radiology book) there should be a good text to read as well as an extensive bibliographz. While probably the best neuroradiology textbook remains the one by Taveras this on is very pleasant to read. The tables are exceptionally well presented and alone they make the purchase mandatory. On the negative side, the spinal section is way too short for any neuroradiology textbook and also it is not really up-to-date on more modern techniques such as diffusion and perfusion MRI. I know these techniques emerged as the bok came out and this may seem unfair as a critique in that repsect but whoever buys this book must know that additionally getting another more technically oriented texbook would be good (such as the Scott Atlas one).
Butius
Excellent resource!
BORZOTA
Great resource.
This is an excellent book. It has all the requisites for comprehencing and understanding the central nervous system imaging. The only defect is that it is an old book. Will there be a newer version of it soon ? or ever ? Does anyone know ?

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