Authored by experts in the field, the 860-page book Diagnostic Imaging: Nuclear Medicine covers both typical and uncommon imaging diagnoses in nuclear medicine. Offering a full-color design, it provides imaging examples for the diagnoses, along with summaries of the terminology, imaging findings, key facts, pathology, clinical issues, a diagnostic checklist and selected references. An image gallery for each diagnosis depicts common and variant cases. A “thumbnail” differential diagnosis is displayed for each entity. Sections are devoted to imaging the brain, the chest and the mediastinum, and the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems. Oncology and other subjects also are covered. Dr. Kathryn A. Morton et al; Amirsys, an imprint of Elsevier, Philadelphia, 2007; $269.