By the inclusion of good quality images and the labelling of abnormal findings on the original images, the authors enable the reader to feel confident about recognizing specific radiological abnormalities instead of guessing where the abnormality lies. In order to avoid guessing, the reader is asked to describe the radiological findings in each case. In the Question section each page is dedicated to an X–ray and sample questions. An Answer section, with further radiographs to highlight variations and details, is given at the end of the book to provide background knowledge.
- Modelled on the MIRCP exam format
- Companion to An Aid to the MRCP Short Cases
- Divided into eight system–based sections, each reviewed by a specialist
- Includes a guide to radiological interpretation
- Many answers include extra images to show variations or differential diagnoses as well as a list of radiological abnormalities and and image with markers/arrows to identify them