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Tons and tons of reading. Given the dizzying array of options, a curated list of book recommendations seemed like a good idea. With your limited resources, as an R1 I recommend first buying the general books that will serve you well throughout the year and beyond. Updated July Find out if your program does so before buying your own copy. The huge single edition looks better on a bookshelf but is cumbersome.
Get the 4-volume edition if you actually want to use it. Too much text with too few pictures, often overwhelming for the junior resident. Bullet points, shorter paragraphs, bigger font, more diagrams, and single authorship with tailored content mean that this volume presents a coherent and more practical approach than the old standby. Each section is short so you can spend an evening or two reading it at the start of a rotation. Top 3 Differentials in Radiology is another quick, excellent general book.
Each page presents a single finding e. A slightly cheaper, question-and-answer formatted alternative is Radiology Secrets Plus.
In my opinion, these two volumes are more of historical interest and can be safely skipped. Some people like to start with textbooks. Others prefer cases. I think there is something to be said for cases and classic findings, which give you a sense of familiarity with the subject prior to digging into a dry textbook chapter.
Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging / Edition 3
Recommended reading for first-year radiology residents