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    William Herring.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2020
    Recognizing anything : an introduction to imaging modalities -- Recognizing a technically adequate chest radiograph -- Recognizing normal pulmonary anatomy -- Recognizing normal cardiac anatomy -- Recognizing airspace versus interstitial lung disease -- Recognizing the causes of an opacified hemithorax -- Recognizing atelectasis -- Recognizing a pleural effusion -- Recognizing pneumonia -- Recognizing the correct placement of lines and tubes and their potential complications : critical care radiology -- Recognizing other diseases of the chest -- Recognizing adult heart disease -- Recognizing the normal abdomen and pelvis : conventional radiographs -- Recognizing the normal abdomen and pelvis on computed tomography -- Recognizing bowel obstruction and ileus -- Recognizing extraluminal gas in the abdomen -- Recognizing abnormal calcifications and their causes -- Recognizing gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, and urinary tract abnormalities -- Ultrasonography : understanding the principles and its uses in abdominal and pelvic imaging -- Vascular, pediatric, and point-of-care ultrasound -- Magnetic resonance imaging : understanding the principles and recognizing the basics -- Recognizing nontraumatic abnormalities of the appendicular skeleton including arthritis -- Recognizing nontraumatic abnormalities of the spine -- Recognizing trauma to the bony skeleton -- Recognizing the imaging findings of trauma to the chest -- Recognizing the imaging findings of trauma to the abdomen and pelvis -- Recognizing some common causes of intracranial pathology -- Recognizing pediatric diseases -- Using image-guided interventions in diagnosis and treatment : interventional radiology -- Recognizing the findings in breast imaging -- Chapter 1 quiz answers -- The ABCs of heart disease -- Radiation dose and safety -- What to order when -- Glossaries of general terminology and GI imaging terminology ( chapters 1 and 18 ) -- Nuclear medicine: understanding the principles and recognizing the basics.