Chest X-Ray in Clinical Practice
Wydawnictwo: Springer Verlag
Therefore, the core information in this book is based upon a series of talks given to Junior Doctors by the authors. These provide a logical framework for the initial assessment of the chest X-ray and thus enable a proper diagnosis to be made, with advice in how to offer the correct management of patients. This structured approach is greatly appreciated by these individuals as they feel it helps compensate for their lack of applied knowledge. It is important however to get the tone right, as often books on interpretation tend to be either aimed below or above the level that such doctors need.