- Klaus-Juergen Lackner (Author),
- Kathrin Barbara Krug (Author)
In Avoiding Errors in Radiology: Case-Based Analysis of Causes and PreventiveStrategies, the authors provide 118 real-life examples of interpretation errorsand wrong decisions from both diagnostic and interventional radiology. Ineach case, the authors discuss in detail the context in which the errors weremade, the resulting complications, and strategies for future prevention. Thecases are organized by body region, beginning with the cranium and thenmoving to cases of the breast, chest and abdomen, spinal column, musculoskeletaland vascular systems.
- 118 case studies facilitate analysis and discussion of causes of errors and offer preventive strategies to transfer into daily practice
- 956 high-quality images and explanatory drawings illustrate the cases and pinpoint errors of interpretation and in decision making
Avoiding Errors in Radiology is a must-have reference for anyone involved ininterpreting images for diagnosis and in making decisions in interventionalradiology.