MCQ Based Review of Neuroradiology-Update, Category–Brain, 500 MCQs For ABR Core, Certifying and CAQ Exams

Takhtani D. MCQ Based Review of Neuroradiology-Update. iTunes; 2015; 636 pp and ill; $12.99

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MCQ Based Review of Neuroradiology is an innovative collection of 500 multiple choice questions (MCQs) dealing with a wide variety of subjects including pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, neuroimaging, and physics. It is intended as a review for radiologists in training planning to take their core, certifying, or CAQ examinations or for practicing radiologists who desire a case- and question-based neuroradiology review.

The questions are divided into 3 groups based on difficulty level. Each chapter begins with a series of images followed by several MCQs and finally by answer pages that cover the main topic and ancillary information. The images are of high quality and are well annotated, the questions are clear and well thought out, and the articles are well-written and provide reliable and up-to-date information. Furthermore, the book is incredibly interactive. Most of the terms are linked to the Internet and to other parts of the book, you can search within the book, highlight, add notes, and even listen to the text.

Having recently taken the ABR’s Core Examination, I can attest to the usefulness of this book in preparing for the new exam format. Particularly in the area of physics as it pertains to neuroradiology, this book presents practical and clinically relevant scenarios that come up in everyday practice and the explanations are coherent and easy to follow.

In summary, in this increasingly digital world, this book has many features that make it a very dynamic and interactive learning experience, and is a valuable educational tool for any radiologist desiring to sharpen their diagnostic abilities in neuroimaging.

MCQ Based Review of Neuroradiology-Update, Category–Brain, 500 MCQs For ABR Core, Certifying and CAQ Exams
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