- Book features two types of chapters: Anatomic-Region-specific and Concept-specific - Book is organized into five main sections: 1) core concepts, 2) upper extremity, 3) lower extremity, 4) spine, and 5) special considerations - Chapters are designed to be read independently, but are best read in sequential order.
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The page design and book production are beautiful, as is typical of this publisher.--SciTech Book News
"Unique...an excellent review...the image quality is excellent...one of the best...a great addition to a personal library."--Doody's Review
"This thoughtful and concise book is an extremely valuable resource."--Radiology: "[MRI for Orthopaedic Surgeons] provides an accessible and clinically oriented introduction to the complex and evolving filed of musculoskeleal magnetic resonance (MR) imaging."- Carson B. Campe, MD
"It is also useful as a quick reference book, with succinct chapter devoted to specific anatomic regions" -Carson B. Campe, MD
"Each Chapter is extensively referenced with both classic and contemporary articles of relevance." Carson B. Campe, MD
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