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The majority of medical textbooks are large, encyclopedic volumes covering of almost every known disease, illness, pathologic entity, and condition, all described in great detail. Other textbooks are much smaller handbooks or synopses, the content of which is usually limited to the more commonly occurring pathologic conditions. Still others are hybrids of the above: moderately sized books concentrating on fewer but selected entities, perhaps not containing vast encyclopedic knowledge about each condition but nevertheless presenting the salient features of the entity in a succinct yet adequate manner. Duke Radiology Case Review is such a book.
Berlin L. Duke Radiology Case Review: Imaging, Differential Diagnosis, and Discussion. JAMA. 2012;307(20):2199-2200. doi:10.1001/jama.2012.5259