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Emergency Radiology - A&E and Trauma Teaching Files by [JM Books- MD]
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  • Print Length: 334 pages
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  • Language: English
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The text is simple and

very easy reading, also practical
Great usage of pictures and
Comprehensive with excellent examples
A brilliant work, Emergency Radiology made easy!!
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It is a great book for radiology in ED. Very easy to read and digest, would be a very good guide to junior doctors in ED
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not very useful as a kindle book: does not have table of contents that you can easily follow links on, difficutl to swap from the quizzes to the answers...
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very good book
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x99ace60c) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
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HASH(0x9a4a0660) out of 5 stars For Medical Students and Radiology Residents...Sure, not for ER Residents. 22 April 2012
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I bought the E-Book. The images have variable quality, which you are warned about from before you purchase. Wasn't expecting magic but hey I was hoping the images would be better. The book gives X-Rays and then asks you for diagnoses. If you're a Radiology Resident then that's great. An ER resident would love to see more emergency radiology featured and not tendon calcinosis and other orthopaedic focused non-emergent issues. Also teaching to read chest X-rays is nice but what about lateral views? This book goes on and on about the important of two views but fails to to go through teaching you to read the two views. I wasn't impressed. Save your money if you're an ER resident. Med. Students should find this useful though.
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HASH(0x9a1b7798) out of 5 stars Must for FRCR 2B preparation 19 Jan. 2012
By S Prabhu - Published on Amazon.com
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I am often asked for exam preparation advice by residents in the US, Canada and India who want to appear for the FRCR exams in the United Kingdom. Their fear of the exam mostly arises from the stories of candidates who have failed the rapid reporting section of the exam.
Recently, I came across this self-assessment book on Emergency radiology by Dr Gandhi and was curious to see whether I could direct my trainees to this resource. I was impressed by the Kindle and Ipad-friendly layout of the book. Most importantly, the radiographs used by the author are of high quality, and are similar to the quality of films used by the Royal College. The images are easy to zoom in on and window adequately.
The book consists of two sections- the first section has 3 self-assessment sections for blinded review mimicking the FRCR exam, followed by answers. The packets of films depicted contain a mixture of normal and abnormal radiographs, as seen in the FRCR exam. This section is in itself good value for money, as many courses charge an arm and a leg for rapid reporting courses.
Section 2 is the killer feature of the book. This section contains strategies to approach the rapid reporting examination that has been tested by several candidates and mentions key review areas for different types of radiographs.
The rule of 2's stated in the book is a must for every trainee radiologist. Clear examples of the commonly missed abnormalities illustrated by line diagrams of difficult to interpret areas like the C-spine and mediastinum make this section essential reading before the FRCR exam.
Although this is a book geared towards trainee radiologists sitting the FRCR exam, there are pearls of wisdom that every ER physician who looks at plain radiographs and radiologists in practice will do well to peruse occasionally.
A minor criticism of the book is the absence of side markers on some of the chest radiographs.
Apart from this, I can find no other faults with this book and would highly recommend this to my residents, fellows and ER colleagues. It should on the reading list of every FRCR 2B candidate.
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HASH(0x9a1b769c) out of 5 stars good frcr2b packets 25 Mar. 2014
By Adam - Published on Amazon.com
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very good
frcr2b rapid reporting practise.
very useful hints too.
can give more packets next edition.
good value for money.
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