'It excels in its ability to mix classic bone radiographic methodology
with modern imaging techniques
'Descriptions and classification systems of fractures and dislocations are explained in a clear
manner. Carefully blend conventional radiographs, CTs, diagrams, and text in a way that makes the topic readily understandable.'
'The diagrams are extremely well done
and provide just the right amount of detail.'
'The electronic version is easily manageable
on an iPad. Overall, this book is excellent
Weighted Numerical Score: 94 - 4 Stars!-Doodys Publishers' Club, Friday, December 19, 2014
'a pragmatic resource
for medical students, residents, and the practicing radiologist with an interest in musculoskeletal imaging.'
'Reference to new techniques
in computed tomography, MR imaging, and functional imaging gives a clear direction on their role in everyday practice.'
'a fully accessible electronic version
, which is great for access away from the office'
'a handy “Practical Points to Remember”
section at the end of each chapter that highlights the key concepts of the chapter.'
'continues to achieve its aim and is a fantastic resource
both for training and practicing radiologists with an interest in musculoskeletal imaging. It is remarkable that the authors have managed to comprehensively cover a large subject and publish a single volume.'Muaaze Ahmad, MB ChB, FRCR, Radiology: Volume 277: Number 1—October 2015'“practical points to remember”
which is invaluable as a ‘must-know’ recap and quick reference'
'carefully chosen and beautifully presented radiographs, CT and MR images''schematic diagrams
are incredibly useful and memorable'
'this classic textbook
lives up to all expectations.'
'an easy read
and an excellent reference book for day-to-day radiological and orthopaedic practice'
'an exceptional buy to trainees and residents.'Prof James Griffith., 2015 The British Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, http://www.boneandjoint.org.uk/2015 British Medical Awards First Prize winner in the Surgical Specialties