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The first chapter in that section is a must read for exams.
Although it is difficult to read two general radiology books, I think Sutton and Grainger are complimentary. The chapter on Abdominal Radiograph is a must read for exams.
Quintessential book for all radiology resident. MUST read for practicals. It becomes difficult to remember all the differentials as the format is repetitive.
But then there is no option!
Also, do have a look at the second part of the book. It gives around disease entities with point-wise radiology findings for each.
Precise and easy to revise. A reference book for differentials. Has good illustrations which can come in handy in the theory exams. Do read the text on various signs of Hydatid disease from this book.
Explained quite well.
Very good general radiology book first-year radiology residents. Compiled by radiologists from the website learningradiology.
Small handbook which discusses practical radiology issues like radiation safety and contrast reactions Must have in any radiology department. Read the full review here. Clark's Positioning In Radiography Reference book a copy of which is usually kept in all radiology departments.
Difficult to remember positioning just by reading. Miscellaneous Other Issues In addition, you may have difficulty getting to sleep after reading with an electronic device.
Also, there is the issue of eyestrain and reading eBooks. The information here is a bit more mixed as to the amount of eyestrain using eReaders vs.
However, that argument was somewhat tempered by a discussion of how backlit devices and softer ereaders such as the Nook and Kindle may actually help some readers. And finally, there is the issue of diversions. Instead, you can concentrate on the text with much less interruption. The ability to carry books around in your pocket or in your hand is a wonderful achievement. Furthermore, at any given moment you can easily click on a link from your text and go directly to a source document that you can confirm on your iPhone.
There are multiple new ereaders that use different proprietary technologies to reduce eyestrain. In fact, one article reports eInk from the Kindle and the Nook has been reported to be a significant improvement over other ereaders. Also according to the same article, people with poor eyesight tended to read better with a backlit screen than on paper.
Once you write on a printed text, the text is altered forever. On the other hand, you can highlight or write electronically in the margins of an ebook and not need to worry about destroying the book.
Another win for the electronic device!!! This brings me to the next major advantage of eReaders- sharing. It is so easy to share a chapter, phrase, or important point with a fellow ereader.