- Michael Galanski, MD, Professor, Head of Department of Radiology, Hanover Medical School, Hanover, Germany
Allow[s] a quick visual review of common diagnoses in a volume that easily fits into one’s lab coat. –American Journal of Neuroradiology
This Atlas should be in the library of the Departments of Rediology to be consulted not only by the radiologist resident but definitely also by the junior orthopedists, and obviously by more senior members of the radiological staff. –Clinical Imaging May 2011, Antonio F. Govoni, MD
Dx-Direct is a series of eleven Thieme books covering the main subspecialties in radiology. It includes all the cases you are most likely to see in your typical working day as a radiologist. For each condition or disease you will find the information you need — with just the right level of detail.
Dx-Direct gets to the point:
- Definitions, Epidemiology, Etiology, and Imaging Signs
- Typical Presentation, Treatment Options, Course and Prognosis
- Differential Diagnosis, Tips and Pitfalls, and Key References
…all combined with high-quality diagnostic images.
Whether you are a resident or a trainee, preparing for board examinations or just looking for a superbly organized reference: Dx-Direct is the high-yield choice for you!
The series covers the full spectrum of radiology subspecialties including: Brain – Gastrointestinal – Cardiac – Breast – Urogenital – Spinal – Head and Neck – Musculoskeletal – Pediatric – Thoracic – Vascular.