Chest X-rays for Medical Students offers a fresh analytical approach to identifying chest abnormalities, helping medical students, junior doctors, and nurses understand the underlying physics and basic anatomical and pathological details of X-ray images of the chest. The authors provide a memorable framework for analyzing and presenting chest radiographs, with each radiograph appearing twice in a side-by-side comparison, one as seen in a clinical setting and the second highlighting the pathology.
This new second edition includes significant revisions, improved annotations of X-rays, expanded pathologies, and numerous additional high-quality images. A comprehensive one-stop guide to learning chest radiograph interpretation, this book:
- Aligns with the latest Royal College of Radiologists’ Undergraduate Radiology Curriculum
- Offers guidance on how to formulate normal findings
- Features self-assessment tests, presentation exercises, and varied examples
- Includes sections on radiograph quality X-ray hazards and precautions
Chest X-rays for Medical Students is an ideal study guide and clinical reference for any medical student, junior doctor, nurse or radiographer.
About the Author
CHRISTOPHER CLARKE, Consultant Radiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Nottingham, UK. He is a member of the British and European Societies of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology.
ANTHONY DUX, Former Consultant Radiologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester, UK.
|Date||January 20, 2020|