Radiology for undergraduates and General Practitioners is a comprehensive
book meant for MBBS students who have a wide curriculum and many
subjects. In radiology, there is no separate examination but forms part
of surgery, however, radiology-related questions are asked in medicine,
gynecology and obstetrics.
The syllabus in radiology at undergraduate level is extensive and
time is short. the book has been structured such that the student is
introduced to radiology and at the same time is prepared to do well in
the examination without taking too much of his time. Images have been
provided to give a better understanding of the subject. The book covers
all questions asked in the examination. At the end of the book, syllabus in
radiology for undergraduates has been given. It is expected to be covered
in 20 lectures of one hour duration each and one clinical postings of two
weeks in radiology department, which is most dubious.
The book will be a great asset for the general practitioners who will
find his day-to-day imaging solutions in this.
Paperback: 237 pages
Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Pub; 1 edition (September 30, 2012)