Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Abdominal X-Rays

Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Abdominal X-Rays

Daniel Weinberg MBCHB (Hons) MPHIL, Rebecca Best BSc (Hons) MBBCh, Lydia Shackshaft, Mark Rodrigues BSc (Hons) MBCHB (Hons) FRCR, Zeshan Qureshi BM BSc (Hons) MSc BM MRCPCH FAcadMEd MRCPS (Glasg)

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The Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Abdominal X Rays is the sequel to The Unofficial Guide to Radiology, which has been recommended by the Royal College of Radiologist, and won awards from the British Institute of Radiology and the British Medical Association. This book teaches systematic analysis of Abdominal X Rays. The layout is designed to make the book as relevant to clinical practice as possible; the X-rays are presented in the context of a real life scenario. The reader is asked to interpret the X-ray before turning over the page to reveal a model report accompanied by a fully colour annotated version of the X-ray. Uniquely, all cases provide realistic high quality X Ray images, are annotated in full colour, and are fully reported, following international radiology reporting guidelines. This means the X Rays are explained comprehensively, but with clear annotation so that a complete beginner can follow the thinking of the expert. This book has relevance beyond examinations, for post graduate further education and as a day-to-day reference for professionals.


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Daniel Weinberg MBCHB (Hons) MPHIL:
Having qualified from The University of Keele in 2009, Daniel Weinberg is currently a radiology trainee in Manchester. This year, he was elected President of The Society of Radiologists in Training. He has a strong interest in medical education, working as a radiology tutor, an OSCE examiner, and having multiple key publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rebecca Best is an Academic Foundation Year 1 doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. She has a strong interest in medical education and has won several awards for her work, which includes developing a teaching programme for local schools; delivering teaching on emergency medicine and clinical skills to medical students; and helping to develop The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Lydia Shackshaft is a medical student at King’s College London and, having been awarded a Distinction in Medical Sciences, is now completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology with a special interest in Neuroscience. She has a keen interest in medical education and has been consistently involved in mentorship and tutoring of students. Mark Rodrigues is a Radiology Registrar based at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He recently won the highly prestigious Frank Doyle Medal from the Royal College of Radiologists. Following graduated with Honors from Edinburgh University, he has published research in the fields of radiology and medical education. Zeshan Qureshi is a Paediatrician based at Kings College London. He graduated with Distinction from the University of Southampton, and has published and presented research work extensively and internationally in the fields of pharmacology and medical education.|||Having qualified from The University of Keele in 2009, Daniel Weinberg is currently a radiology trainee in Manchester. This year, he was elected President of The Society of Radiologists in Training. He has a strong interest in medical education, working as a radiology tutor, an OSCE examiner, and having multiple key publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rebecca Best is an Academic Foundation Year 1 doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. She has a strong interest in medical education and has won several awards for her work, which includes developing a teaching programme for local schools; delivering teaching on emergency medicine and clinical skills to medical students; and helping to develop The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Lydia Shackshaft is a medical student at King’s College London and, having been awarded a Distinction in Medical Sciences, is now completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology with a special interest in Neuroscience. She has a keen interest in medical education and has been consistently involved in mentorship and tutoring of students. Mark Rodrigues is a Radiology Registrar based at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He recently won the highly prestigious Frank Doyle Medal from the Royal College of Radiologists. Following graduated with Honors from Edinburgh University, he has published research in the fields of radiology and medical education. Zeshan Qureshi is a Paediatrician based at Kings College London. He graduated with Distinction from the University of Southampton, and has published and presented research work extensively and internationally in the fields of pharmacology and medical education.|||Having qualified from The University of Keele in 2009, Daniel Weinberg is currently a radiology trainee in Manchester. This year, he was elected President of The Society of Radiologists in Training. He has a strong interest in medical education, working as a radiology tutor, an OSCE examiner, and having multiple key publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rebecca Best is an Academic Foundation Year 1 doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. She has a strong interest in medical education and has won several awards for her work, which includes developing a teaching programme for local schools; delivering teaching on emergency medicine and clinical skills to medical students; and helping to develop The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Lydia Shackshaft is a medical student at King’s College London and, having been awarded a Distinction in Medical Sciences, is now completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology with a special interest in Neuroscience. She has a keen interest in medical education and has been consistently involved in mentorship and tutoring of students. Mark Rodrigues is a Radiology Registrar based at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He recently won the highly prestigious Frank Doyle Medal from the Royal College of Radiologists. Following graduated with Honors from Edinburgh University, he has published research in the fields of radiology and medical education. Zeshan Qureshi is a Paediatrician based at Kings College London. He graduated with Distinction from the University of Southampton, and has published and presented research work extensively and internationally in the fields of pharmacology and medical education.|||Having qualified from The University of Keele in 2009, Daniel Weinberg is currently a radiology trainee in Manchester. This year, he was elected President of The Society of Radiologists in Training. He has a strong interest in medical education, working as a radiology tutor, an OSCE examiner, and having multiple key publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rebecca Best is an Academic Foundation Year 1 doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. She has a strong interest in medical education and has won several awards for her work, which includes developing a teaching programme for local schools; delivering teaching on emergency medicine and clinical skills to medical students; and helping to develop The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Lydia Shackshaft is a medical student at King’s College London and, having been awarded a Distinction in Medical Sciences, is now completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology with a special interest in Neuroscience. She has a keen interest in medical education and has been consistently involved in mentorship and tutoring of students. Mark Rodrigues is a Radiology Registrar based at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He recently won the highly prestigious Frank Doyle Medal from the Royal College of Radiologists. Following graduated with Honors from Edinburgh University, he has published research in the fields of radiology and medical education. Zeshan Qureshi is a Paediatrician based at Kings College London. He graduated with Distinction from the University of Southampton, and has published and presented research work extensively and internationally in the fields of pharmacology and medical education.|||Having qualified from The University of Keele in 2009, Daniel Weinberg is currently a radiology trainee in Manchester. This year, he was elected President of The Society of Radiologists in Training. He has a strong interest in medical education, working as a radiology tutor, an OSCE examiner, and having multiple key publications in peer-reviewed journals. Rebecca Best is an Academic Foundation Year 1 doctor at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. She has a strong interest in medical education and has won several awards for her work, which includes developing a teaching programme for local schools; delivering teaching on emergency medicine and clinical skills to medical students; and helping to develop The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Lydia Shackshaft is a medical student at King’s College London and, having been awarded a Distinction in Medical Sciences, is now completing an intercalated BSc in Physiology with a special interest in Neuroscience. She has a keen interest in medical education and has been consistently involved in mentorship and tutoring of students. Mark Rodrigues is a Radiology Registrar based at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He recently won the highly prestigious Frank Doyle Medal from the Royal College of Radiologists. Following graduated with Honors from Edinburgh University, he has published research in the fields of radiology and medical education. Zeshan Qureshi is a Paediatrician based at Kings College London. He graduated with Distinction from the University of Southampton, and has published and presented research work extensively and internationally in the fields of pharmacology and medical education.

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