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Gastrointestinal Imaging: Case Review Series ebook

by Vincent Low FRANZCR

by Vincent Low FRANZCR (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0323087216.

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Author Info By Vincent Low, FRANZCR, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine and Pharmacology, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia; Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Insight Clinical Imaging, Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

Includes the most recent knowledge from the literature in gastrointestinal imaging to keep your skills current.

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Gastrointestinal Imaging: Case Review, by Vincent Low, MD, FRANZCR, tests your ability to interpret a wide range of images seen in practice. The completely revised edition of this medical reference book in the popular Case Review Series features 200 cases organized by difficulty, making it ideal for quick reference and easy board review!

Study effectively with content that mimics the new format of board exams as well as the everyday clinical experience - offering highly effective preparation for certification, recertification, and practice.

Spend less time searching and more time learning with easy-to-navigate chapters focused on visual identification and diagnosis, and reorganized by degree of case difficulty and then by body part within each category.

Stay current with the most recent findings and advancements in gastrointestinal radiology. Review 200 cases organized by level of difficulty, with multiple-choice questions, answers, and rationales that mimic the new format of certification and recertification exams.Effectively employ differential diagnosis procedures to distinguish among diseases and disorders with similar sonographic presentations.Alleviate exam anxiety and sharpen your clinical skills with visual guidance from entirely new high-quality, state-of-the-art images presenting a wide range of clinical situations.

Challenge your knowledge of a full range of topics in gastrointestinal imaging with - 200 cases that mimic the new board format

This book had numerous errors, both typographical and occasionally factual. Each case begins with a quiz and offered differential yet the quiz answer is seldom explained adequately, a frustration even when the answer is right. As someone who specializes in GI radiology for two decades, I'm confident some of the answers are wrong, yet since no explanations are given as to why A, for example, is chosen over B (C, and D), I was frequently left with the confusion: Is there REALLY some new thought on this topic I'm unaware of? Are the authors simply wrong? Is the putative answer simply a typo, since the book has many typos?

This critique is not of the entire series--I think the NM book, which I bought at the same time, is much better, for example--but only of this GI case review. And yes, I know I'm not being specific; this is my recollection of a book I read a few months back in response to an email requesting a review. I have the book marked up, but really can't take the time to point out errors in detail. Sorry.
This book may suit an Australasian registrar preparing for Part 2 more than an American resident preparing for oral boards. While some of the criticism in the Oct 5 2012 review is valid, the questions are actually similar to the Australasian Part 2 MCQs. The level of difficulty of the cases is for the most part reasonable, and there is a decent amount of barium (helpful given how much it still features in the orals). While not as strong as some of the other Case Review series books, I still found it useful as part of exam preparation.
Way too picky! Too many questions of "choose all that apply". Cases are easy to figure out and then questions ask what else based on images and clearly looking at images you know those other possibilities are incorrect. Done half of book and find that 50% of the cases are like this, the others good. Another frustration is the shortened explanations that don't cover all the questions. Be careful reading this if you are resident approaching boards because it may cause a little panic.
I agree that the format is very frustrating and the explanations insufficient. There are multiple factual errors. I only made it through 50 questions and stopped given the multiple errors. Other books in this series are excellent and the earlier version was far superior.
Gastrointestinal Imaging: Case Review Series ebook
Vincent Low FRANZCR
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