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Teaching Atlas of Pediatric Imaging provides 125 cases that address the challenging "real-life" clinical problems that radiologists are likely to encounter. Each chapter presents a different case with a complete patient work-up that includes clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, radiological and clinical findings, treatment summary, and suggested readings. With a view to providing the opportunity for self-assessment, the authors omit the diagnosis from the first pages of each case to enable self-testing and review.Key features:- Easy-to-access arrangement of cases based on anatomy: head and neck, chest, heart, abdomen, pelvis, and the musculoskeletal system - Coverage of a wide spectrum of diseases, from the very common to more important uncommon entities, including congenital heart disease, bone dysplasias and more - Differential diagnoses for each case, as well as information on etiology, pathology, treatment, and complications - "Pearls" and "Pitfalls" that help you identify important points and avoid errors in image interpretation Here is a valuable resource for the clinician at every level, from the resident preparing for the radiology board examinations, to the practitioner seeking the Certificate of Added Qualification in Pediatric Radiology, to the general radiologist or pediatrician seeking a practical reference text.
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Paul Baynes (Bayne, Baines) (c.1573–1617) was an English clergyman. Described as a “radical Puritan”, he was unpublished in his lifetime, but more than a dozen works were put out in the five years after he died.
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