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on 3 August 2010
I forked out £47 for this book. It is rediculous that a book that costs this much can be riddled with mistakes. The previous edition also had mistakes. Much better off getting a 'proper' anatomy book (or dig out your medical school one) and combine it with Weir and Abrahams. I have been so fustrated with this book that I have only used it on one occasion. It's gatehring dust now.
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on 26 August 2016
Everyone reading for FRCR part 1 should have this book. Essential reading.
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on 27 March 2016
The latest edition (3rd I think) has rid itself of the errors that made the first edition difficult to recommend. In its current guise, this is an essential text for all FRCR and FFR trainees. Comprehensive text with updated and clinically useful pictures and diagrams make this an excellent book that's never far from hand during my daily practice.
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on 15 May 2001
This book is useful for preparation for Part I of the FRCR or FFR,RCSI. However it is riddled with errors both in the text and images (particularly left v. right) It does have the advantage of being tailored to radiographic anatomy but it is essential to use it in conjunction with a reliable anatomy textbook. The quality of the binding is appalling.
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on 4 December 2009
This is a review for the 1st edition.
This book had so much potential to be a great textbook, but the copious errors make it almost unusable as you need a reliable textbook beside it to make it useful. In short, buy the second edition (even though this one is also full of errors).
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on 10 November 2004
This book is a very useful reference for radiology trainees that is easy to read, adequately comprehensive and good value for money. There are many exhaustive anatomy textbooks ideal for occasional reference but this book should form the backbone of your radiological anatomy revision. Note must be made that the second edition has rid itself of most of the errors from its first edition.
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on 7 September 2013
1/ many errors
2/ few pictures
3/ no mnemonics
4/ few diagrams
5/ very few radiological landmarks
6/ explanations are not short and diagnostic like FRCR books (mocks and case study).
7/picture quality 6/10

Pictures and diagrams are very helpful but they are few.

It cannot be reference in radiological anatomy.
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on 19 December 2017
Third edition - still quite a few mistakes.
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on 30 January 2001
There are very few anatomy textbook tailored to the needs of Part I FRCR students. This book fills an important niche and provides a useful primer for basic anatomy. However, it is riddled with careless errors on every page. The text suffers from left/right confusion and the diagrams are frequently mislabelled. It cannot be recommended in its present form, but a second edition with corrections would be very welcome.
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on 19 November 1998
A useful overview of radiologic anatomy, suited to the FRCR part 1 exam; unfortunately it does contain a number of silly mistakes which can make irritating reading. Quite comprehensive however and the best general imaging anatomy text I came across.
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