This review book could be the starting point for every radiology resident preparing for the oral board examination. Radiologists depend heavily on visual information, and when preparing for the board examinations, currently taken in the final year of radiology residency, most radiology residents will review thousands, if not tens of thousands, of images. Review books typically are designed to prepare the resident to be tested on 11 separate subsections of radiology, including musculoskeletal radiography, ultrasound, and imaging of the chest, breast, and genitourinary tract—but while most are dedicated to 1 of the 11 subsections, Top 3 Differentials in Radiology is not so limited.
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