PostGradDC Diagnostic Imaging Text Recommendations

Review Written by: James Demetrious, DC, DABCO

Helpful Textbooks

Colleagues frequently inquire about textbook recommendations related to diagnostic imaging. The following are books that I have found helpful in my studies and practice.

I receive no financial remuneration from recommending these texts. I do so to share that which I find exceptionally valuable. Hover and click over the respective images to purchase:

MRI Atlas

This pocket atlas by Leo Cervionke, MD is a terrific tool for those who read MRI studies.

Texts by Dr. William Morgan

The contributions and advancements in chiropractic by William Morgan, DC are considerable. Dr. Morgan is an honored and respected leader in the profession. His textbooks are evidence-based,  practical, and vital to your library.

Spinal Disorders

The following book by authors Czervionke and Fenton is beneficial to spine practitioners.

Diagnostic Imaging

I highly recommend this text by Ross and Moore for chiropractic physicians. The authors provide an exhaustive review of imaging findings and related differential diagnoses.

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