Often used by residents preparing for the board exams/FRCR, this book aims to aid radiology residents in learning radiology and challenging them with unknown cases.
The case selection is pretty good and encompasses classic diagnoses. Each case is presented with a short history, a couple of images followed by a relevant differential and a discussion of key clinical and radiologic facts.
The strength of this book lies in providing a decent differential and a short but succinct discussion. The authors have done well in covering several imaging modalities (including ultrasound and nuclear medicine) and all body systems.
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I have used this book as a radiology resident and found in very helpful in understanding a very complex topic. The book retains a small size despite being quite comprehensive in the topics it covers and seamlessly flows from relatively simple to complex themes. MRI physics is not an easy subject, this book however does a good job in breaking it down. The paper quality, use of colour and graphics are excellent.
The book is however not for the advanced MR practitioners as it does not delve into advanced techniques, however for beginners and most radiologists and MR technologists, this is a handy volume that should suffice in building a base for MR physics.
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