Is there a good musculoskeletal book?

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Is there a good musculoskeletal book? was created by orthodoc
Bud1824
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(7/10/01 9:42:28 am)
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Musculoskeletal Radiology Book

Does anyone know of any good orthopedic radiology books?
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Re: Musculoskeletal Radiology Book

There are two good general radiology books that are reasonable for orthopods. The first one is
Orthopedic Radiology by Greenspan, the other is Orthopaedist's Guide to Plain Film Imaging, Pavlov. I
personally have the Greespan book. However, I can't say I have used it much. Usually when I have a
question on an x-ray, I corner a radiologist.
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(7/11/01 4:17:28 pm)
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greenspan and keats

greenspan is a great reference book to check out at the library. the new edition (2000) has really nice
tables and images. definitely a keeper (but not one that i would actually buy!)

keats is another awesome book. it is a book dedicated to normal findings that often get called as disease
process and/or fractures. it too is very big and better used in the library.

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