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Friday, 16 September 2016 13:52
Description: Long recognized as the standard general reference in the field, this completely revised edition of Grainger and Allison?s Diagnostic Radiology provides all the information that a trainee needs to master to successfully take their professional certification examinations as well as providing the practicing radiologist with a refresher on topics that may have been forgotten. Organized along an organ and systems basis, this resource covers all diagnostic imaging modalities in an integrated, correlative fashion and focuses on those topics that really matter to a trainee radiologist in the initial years of training.
"...the latest edition ... continues the fine tradition set by its predecessors.... help young radiologists to prepare for their examinations and continue to be a source of information to be dipped in and out of ... senior radiologists will also find the book useful ..." Reviewed by: RAD Magazine March 2015
"I am sure the current edition will be successful and help young radiologists to prepare for their examinations and continue to be a source of information to be dipped in and out of..." Reviewed by RAD Magazine, March 2015
Friday, 29 April 2016 19:08
NICVD was established in 1963 and has grown from the 20-bed and now 500-bed hospital, serving more than 40,000 patient every year. NICVD has come a long way from a mere 3 floor building to a well-equipped and multi-functional health facility catering to both treatment and research needs of heart care in Pakistan.
Monday, 27 April 2009 23:49
Neoteny is the retention, by adults in a species, of traits previously seen only in juveniles (pedomorphosis/paedomorphosis), and is a subject studied in the field of developmental biology.
In neoteny, the physiological (or somatic) development of an animal or organism is slowed or delayed.
Ultimately this process results in the retention, in the adults of a species, of juvenile physical characteristics well into maturity.
In vertebrate biology, neoteny is most easily identified when sexually mature, completely viable juveniles or larva are found.