Featuring a wide range of challenging cases that reflect the various diagnostic problems facing radiologists in daily practice, each volume in Thieme's new Teaching Atlas Series is ideal for both self-assessment and review. Each case stresses the "real-life" presentation of a specific clinical problem beginning with high-quality radiographs, followed by patient history, radiographic findings, differential-diagnosis, discussion, and suggestions for additional reading, in addition to valuable pearls and pitfalls that provide numerous useful tips and recommendations. Presenting an ideal learning tool for residents rotating in sub-specialties or studying for board examinations, the series also provides a useful reference for experienced practitioners. TEACHING ATLAS OF SPINE IMAGING is a practical, hands-on reference containing over 900 detailed illustrations. It presents an in-depth review of a variety of cases of spinal abnormalities and how they are imaged, in addition to providing "self testing" guidelines for evaluation of these images. Brief clinical presentations of cases are followed by a series of detailed images, patient history and radiographic findings. Simulating an actual clinical setting in each case, the atlas offers a correct diagnosis of the multiple spinal abnormalities, followed by a differential diagnosis and brief discussion to increase understanding of this expanding specialty. This easy to use resource is the perfect preparation for board and CAQ exams. With its wealth of critical information and helpful tips, this in-depth reference is sure to become a centerpiece in every collection.