Measurements and classifications in musculoskeletal radiology pdf

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For all radiology residents and practitioners faced with mastering the huge array of image-based measurements and classifications in orthopedics, Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology fills an important gap. Highly practical and accessible, it presents the measurement techniques, classification systems, scoring methods, and reference values currently in use in musculoskeletal radiology in a single, comprehensive volume, stressing the significance of each for determining the stage, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of a wide range of orthopedic disorders. Ideal for use at the radiology workstation, this generously illustrated resource will also be helpful to orthopedic specialists and trauma surgeons who utilize radiologic measurements and classifications for optimal diagnostic and treatment decisions. Yes, I would like to receive email newsletters with the latest news and information on products and services from Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc and selected cooperation partners in medicine and science regularly about once a week. I agree to the use and processing of my personal information for this purpose. I can opt out at any time by clicking the "unsubscribe" link at the end of each newsletter.
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Introduction to Musculoskeletal Radiology

Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology

Waldt S, Eiber M, Woertler. Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology. Thieme; ; pgs. Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology is a relatively slim page reference text for key measurements in MSK imaging. The book is organized into 17 chapters, each covering topics ranging from joint anatomy, tumor classification, grading of cartilage and muscle injuries, and, most relevant to readers of AJNR , important measurements used in exams of the spine and craniocervical junction. In tackling this formidable task, the authors have utilized illustrations and focused on the most clinically relevant classification systems in a layout that is well-organized and text that is to-the-point.


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Measurements and Classifications in Musculoskeletal Radiology is the authorized translation of the first German edition, published in by Georg Thieme. The contribution of Matthias Eiber is also recognized. This is a very well structured book of pages, enriched with illustrations, including images, schema and tables, in which students, residents and experienced doctors can find valuable help and an important reference. Across 17 chapters, the publication guides the reader through the main topics of musculoskeletal imaging, analyzing a variety of measurement schemes and classifications commonly used in orthopedics excluding fractures. In order to be as accurate as possible, the authors have always tried to refer to the original primary sources, which are necessarily dated but nonetheless relevant.

Waldt, Simone, author. Telger ; illustrators, Christiane and Dr. Michael Solodkoff. ISBN alk. Woertler, Klaus, author.


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