By R. W. Clarke BSc.DCH,FRCS,FRCS(ORL) (auth.), Susan J. King MD, Anne E. Boothroyd MD (eds.)
This is a finished textbook of imaging of the ear, nostril and throat in kids. all of the 25 chapters is dedicated to a selected ailment or imaging procedure. either traditional and strange points of imaging are awarded, and use of the newest imaging thoughts is defined. The publication can also be certain in drawing jointly details from the radiology and scientific ENT literature. all the authors are radiologists or different healthcare pros who see and deal with huge numbers of kids. They comprise distinctive specialists from North the USA, Europe and Asia, making sure international assessment of the topic is supplied. This booklet might be of significant price as an easy-to-use reference for radiologists in education, working towards radiologists, ear, nostril and throat surgeons in education, and practicing ear, nostril and throat clinicians.
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Pediatric ENT Radiology by R. W. Clarke BSc.DCH,FRCS,FRCS(ORL) (auth.), Susan J. King MD, Anne E. Boothroyd MD (eds.)