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Atlas of Signs in Radiology

Atlas of Signs in Radiology Ronald of Signs L. Eisenberg. in Radiology M.D. Co., 1984 J.B. Lippincott Pp. 505, with their ing. likely first favorite The to edition. author, concept, however, sign, or image invites missthem to Philadelphia: Cloth, Reviewed As “signs is an collection diology literature. $55.00. contribute be to the next edition, larger which than this is 727 illustrations M.D. considerably by Theodore indicated are attempt that the by spices the the F. VanZandt, author in the in one pertaining described preface, and volume to rain the the this a of medicine,” signs been Some of the illustrations leave something to be desired because they had to be reproduced from older texts or journals. Line drawings or sketches would be very helpful, signs many and the signs nonspecificity be are emphasized. often not of many The perceived fact in of the that all should many signs also have synonyms, these might be indexed and cross referenced, for example, “light vertebra sign, see vertebral fade off sign.” Many of the “image” signs would benefit greatly from a drawing or photograph of the appropriate counterpart, for example, shepherd’s crook or bird’s beak. This is a well-organized and indexed to assemble of all have book, sively and will everyone want to have who this teaches exten- as a reference As a reference source, which book is intended to be, it is understandably incomplete, and many readers will find instances the fact normally, of the same conditions, as well as that the same “sign” may be seen should also be pointed out. Since source, although they might want to wait for the second edition. Others who will want to purchase this book are the “sign fans,” both users and expositors. #{149} Radiology February http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Radiology Radiological Society of North America, Inc.

Atlas of Signs in Radiology

Radiology , Volume 154: 544 – Feb 1, 1985

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Ronald of Signs L. Eisenberg. in Radiology M.D. Co., 1984 J.B. Lippincott Pp. 505, with their ing. likely first favorite The to edition. author, concept, however, sign, or image invites missthem to Philadelphia: Cloth, Reviewed As “signs is an collection diology literature. $55.00. contribute be to the next edition, larger which than this is 727 illustrations M.D. considerably by Theodore indicated are attempt that the by spices the the F. VanZandt, author in the in one pertaining described preface, and volume to rain the the this a of medicine,” signs been Some of the illustrations leave something to be desired because they had to be reproduced from older texts or journals. Line drawings or sketches would be very helpful, signs many and the signs nonspecificity be are emphasized. often not of many The perceived fact in of the that all should many signs also have synonyms, these might be indexed and cross referenced, for example, “light vertebra sign, see vertebral fade off sign.” Many of the “image” signs would benefit greatly from a drawing or photograph of the appropriate counterpart, for example, shepherd’s crook or bird’s beak. This is a well-organized and indexed to assemble of all have book, sively and will everyone want to have who this teaches exten- as a reference As a reference source, which book is intended to be, it is understandably incomplete, and many readers will find instances the fact normally, of the same conditions, as well as that the same “sign” may be seen should also be pointed out. Since source, although they might want to wait for the second edition. Others who will want to purchase this book are the “sign fans,” both users and expositors. #{149} Radiology February

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