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Reviews to My Book "Review of Radiology"

Although it was intended for Post-graduate students preparing for medical admission tests of All India and the different states, I find this book also useful to other post-graduate students from other parts of the world especially in the developing world like Africa…The book is well written and comprehensive ….Its size is a further advantage because of the short time made available in the curriculum of Medical students…Finally the book provides a clear, concise and in-depth knowledge of the various radiological procedures, highlighting various imaging techniques that are now the vogue in Medical diagnosis.
Prof. P.S. IgbigbiDean of MedicineCollege of MedicineUniversity of Malawi

One of the main advantages of this little book is that is packed with information, which has been presented in points, so that it can be easily remembered by both undergraduate medical students and doctors on their way to specialization….this is a valuable quick reference and concise pocket book on Radiology, not only for students but for specialists too

Dr. Dimitrios I Zafeiriou Assistant Professor in Child Neurology and Developmental Pediatrics Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

The author should be congratulated for assembling basic information on Radiotherapy. Most doctors especially in the developing world have no practical experience of the subject in any form.The concept of this book and its arrangement are brilliant.

Prof Ndubuisi Eke, FRCSEd, FWACSUniversity of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, NIGERIA.

A sincere and successful effort at providing the maximum amount of essential and up-to-date information to undergraduates about the subject of Radiodiagnosis and radiotherapy in the most comprehensive manner. A point based systematic approach, simple illustrations and tables permit a complete review of the subject in a manageable time. A glossy, colourful coverpage takes away the monotony from the black and white world of X-rays! An indispensable book for medical students.

Dr R.S.SolankiProfessor (Radiodiagnosis), Lady Hardinge Medical CollegeNew Delhi

Opinions of a few PG aspirants

Good things come in small packages. Review of Radiology is a book that lives up to this adage and more... This book has the unique quality of being all inclusive, yet in a manner that allows efficient utilization of time…Within a few hours, it gives you a feeling of one subject under your belt…Kudos to the author for aiding overburdened students to scale one hurdle with relative ease…

Hats off to book on radiology- very comprehensive authentic and manageable in small time. The Information is very comprehensive and very high yielding…

The success of the author lies in the fact that he has been able to give SO MUCH OF THE "NEEDED" POINTS in so few pages. ..Most of the points that are given in the book have been already asked and more importantly almost all questions that have been previously asked can be solved with this little book…This book is bound to be one of the classics of PG Preparatory … “This book can be read at the cost and time of two movies” and to answer 100 % in State PG and about 90 % (87.5 % to me more accurate) in All India (where you are expected to answer 66 % correctly to get into the top 100 ranks) from such a small book is commendable and the author needs to be appreciated
Reviews to My Book "Review of Radiology" Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Thursday, October 07, 2004 Rating: 5
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