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By Lung, Phillip F.C; Ryan, Suzanne M.; Sidhu, Paul S

Edited by means of hugely skilled radiologists, this centred, case-based consultant will supply applicants taking the ultimate FRCR 2B viva exam the precise details they should deal with the questions hopefully, galvanize the examiners and maximise their likelihood of good fortune. The booklet covers the entire diversity of topics and fabrics trainees can anticipate to fulfill and lines greater than four hundred ideal pictures and concise motives. it really is excellent for applicants who have to get the main out in their learn time.

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  • all of the 136 clinically appropriate pattern circumstances comprises transparent radiological photographs, a scientific heritage, a terrific resolution, case-specific exam information, lists of attainable differential diagnoses and notes on extra questions that will be asked
  • The booklet is formatted as tutorial-style educating issues, ideal for studying and quickly recall
  • It covers imaging modalities and organ structures throughout all anatomical areas, together with gastrointestinal, chest, musculoskeletal, urogynaecological, paediatric and radionuclide imaging, and neuroradiology
  • every one contributor is a expert radiologist skilled within the subject less than dialogue, writing in cooperation with a lately profitable FRCR half 2 candidate

Concise, readable and easy-to-use, this e-book can assist all radiology trainees reveal their powers of commentary and deduction over a large spectrum of stipulations and investigations. it is going to let them input the FRCR 2B viva exam room comfortable with their wisdom and completely ready to carry considerate, exact and high-impact answers.

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CT in blunt liver trauma. 14 Lymphoma Clinical History A 65-year-old man presents with a 6-month history of weight loss (Fig. 1). Fig. 2 This is a CT image from the same patient (Fig. 2). Fig. 1 This is a selected axial venous-phase CT image. Multiple enlarged lymph nodes are seen around the coeliac axis and in the retroperitoneal region. The lymph nodes do not show central low density. The spleen appears to be enlarged, with no focal lesions. These features are highly suggestive of a diagnosis of lymphoma, and I would urgently refer the patient to the haematology department.

1, arrow) seen below the right hemidiaphragm, which follows the shape of the hemidiaphragm. The right hemidiaphragm is not greatly elevated, and the right lung base is clear. No similar abnormality is seen beneath the left diaphragm, and there is no subdiaphragmatic free gas. The curvilinear calcification is most likely related to the liver, and my primary diagnosis is a calcified wall of a cyst, with a hydatid cyst a consideration. I would like to compare this with any old films and to confirm the diagnosis with an ultrasound examination.

Fig. 3 These are two images from the abdominal CT examination (Figs. 3). These are axial and coronal images of a venous-phase CT through the abdomen. A large, calcified gallstone is seen in the region of the proximal sigmoid colon, with surrounding fat stranding (Figs. 3, arrows). The colon and small bowel upstream of this are not distended. There is no free gas. 8 Gallstone Fistula overt biliary duct dilatation (Fig. 3, arrowhead). Some fluid is seen around the gallbladder, but there is no associated fat stranding.

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