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About the Author
Kshitij Mankad MRCP FRCR is a Neuroradiology Fellow at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery London, UK. Edward T Hoey MRCP FRCR is a Consultant Cardiothoracic Radiologist at Heartlands Hospital Birmingham, UK.
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I'm surprised that it's a staple of the radiology registrar, and I'm worried that I'm going to assimilate a lot of incorrect information only to find out what the 'truth' is later down the line. I'm glad I only paid a small sum for it as a hand-me-down from an SpR senior to me.... Tempted to ditch it in favour of something more reliable.
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Bought it, read few pages and couldn't do anymore. Very short, not educational and confusing sometimes. Two stars because some trainees around like it!Published on 15 Oct. 2014 by A. W. H
good book, helpful for quick revision of exam related points.
it is sensible to focus on exam related points rather then to be busy reading radiology review manual.
I found this book quick and easy to read, packed with knowledge pearls required for FRCR 2a. I recommend it. Very good value too!Published on 9 April 2012 by David
I would rather read Dahnert and that is saying something!
Bullet pointed lists, difficult to read, lacking in detail and above all NO PICTURES.... Read more
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