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by Andrew H. Cragg (Radiology Review Cards), 539 cards, $34.50, Thorofare, NJ, Slack Inc, 1985.The Radiology Review Cards are a series of "flash cards" divided by anatomic areas. Their purpose appears to be to aid in memorization of pertinent facts and differential diagnoses. The appeal of these cards would seem to be limited to radiology residents, particularly those preparing for the written or oral Radiology Board examinations.The Chest Imaging set contains 63 cards on the heart and great vessels, 227 cards on the lung and mediastinum, 100 question cards, a reference card listing 22 general references, and an index. The Abdominal Imaging set consists of 274 cards on the gastrointestinal tract, 155 cards on the genitourinary system, 99 question cards, a reference card with 26 general entries, and an index. Within each anatomic area, the cards are divided into general categories, inflammation, neoplasm, trauma.Each card
Goldman MJ. Chest Imaging. JAMA. 1986;255(24):3426. doi:10.1001/jama.1986.03370240096051