Emergency Medicine is a visual specialty. Emergency Physicians must utilize all assets available to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients. The use of diagnostic imaging is a necessity to a successful practice. When you’re racing to care for many patients at once, you often are unable to wait for the “final radiology read.” Today’s Emergency Physicians must be confident in their ability to accurately interpret diagnostic imaging. Often, we must rely on a fast, easy radiology text. Emergency Radiology, edited by Drs. Schwartz and Reisdorff, academic Emergency Medicine physicians, is designed specifically for the practicing Emergency Physician as well as every clinician in training.
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