MRI of the Musculoskeletal System 5th Edition by Thomas H. Berquist

By Thomas H. Berquist

Completely up-to-date with state of the art ideas, accelerated functions, advances in MR arthrography and different evolving modalities, and new photos on nearly each web page, the 5th version of this vintage textual content is a present, finished advisor to musculoskeletal MRI. top specialists exhibit readers the way to choose applicable imaging suggestions and use MRI to guage particular scientific difficulties in every one anatomic zone. This variation has many new anatomic pictures designed to enhance localization of nerves and vessels. greater than half the former edition's MRI scans were changed by means of new ones got with the most recent recommendations. different highlights comprise increased assurance of pediatric functions.

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