About this book
In contrast to what other editors and authors of anatomically based radiology textbooks have done, Douglas P. Beall, MD, summarizes the early experiences of established clinicians to create a compendium of everything you need to know during your formative years in radiology. Written for radiology residents and fellows, as well as newly minted radiologists, the Radiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and Training, offers vital professional information to the beginner. Here the new radiologist will find sound guidance on such critical issues as resident employment, board examinations and test results, review courses, fellowships, and CAQs, as well as experience-based advice on finding a job and correctly evaluating a professional contract. The book also provides the radiology trainee with a proven framework for performing basic procedures in general radiology, understanding the tools and instruments essential to those procedures, obtaining the images needed to make a diagnosis, and reporting the examination once they have been obtained.
Authoritative and wide-ranging, the Radiology Sourcebook: A Practical Guide for Reference and Training contains in one place all the day-by-day practical information novice radiologists need to successfully navigate the rigors of radiology training and practice today.
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