"Since its first appearance in 1981 this book has been a familar feature in radiology departments. Its early sucess was built on ease of use, logical presentation and relevant and up-to-date content. The latest edition continues this trend and is presented in an easy-to-read and attractive format. Tab-like pages make chapter selection quick and the division of procedures into body systems simplifies the selection of each topic....The overall theme of the book is very much that of a guide. Fundamental and basic principles of each technique are described in a clear and unambiguous manner. This approach....Its wipe-clean cover, compact size and reasonable price make this a good value and useful asset in the office and procedure room for practitioners of all levels of expertise. Radiography and nursing staff will appreciate the information regarding room and equipment set-ups while radiologists will find it a useful primer of new and established multi-modality technique."
RAD, May 2014
This is a great book, which will provide the inexperienced student/member of staff with enough information to be able to appreciate and contribute to the radiological procedures they witness.
Reviewed by Ruth Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer & Admissions Tutor - Diagnostic Radiography, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield Hallam University
"Its wipe-clean cover, compact siwze and reasonable price make this a good value and usefuyl asset in the office and procedure room ofr practioners of all levels of expertise. Radiography and nursing staff will appreciate the information regarding room and equipment set-ups while radiologists will find it a useful primer of new and established multi-modality techniques." Reviewed by: Paul Smyth, Clinical specialist radiographer, Altenagelvin Hospital, Londonderry. Date: 245/07/2014