"In yet another remarkable publication by Amirsys—Diagnostic Imaging: Head and Neck, 2nd Edition, Dr. Ric Harnsberger and his [co-authors] have once again raised the bar for textbook completeness and educational material... Just as we have seen with the second editions of the Spine and Brain books, this Head and Neck book adds more to the encyclopedic information relative to anatomy and pathology in this discipline (shall we christen these books together as the OED of Neuroradiology?)."
—Book Review, AJNR blog, January 6, 2011
"An added bonus to this updated edition is the inclusion of 1700 images available via online access to further expand on each of the sections in the text. I recommend Diagnostic Imaging: Head and Neck without hesitation as a valuable resource for every radiologist, otolaryngologist, neurologist, neurosurgeon, resident, and health care provider interested in head and neck imaging."
—Victor N. Mizrachi, Mayo Clinic Health System, Rochester, MN; DOI:10.2214/AJR.11.7660
"This book [is] particularly attractive to neurotologists and head and neck oncology surgeons, as well as to otolaryngology academic department libraries."
—John P. Bent MD; Review in Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology
"This is a textbook for the Information Age....Readers who highlight or underline the important points as they read can save their ink: what the editor-in-chief of the book's publisher, Dr. Anne Osborn, calls the book's 'unique bulleted format' accomplishes everything a highlighter does, and more."
—Jane L. Weissman, MD, FACR
“The purpose is to contribute to the process of demystifying the field of head and neck imaging by preparing a comprehensive, single-volume book that would become a favorite resource for head and neck imagers. This clearly written, well-organized, and beautifully illustrated book will fulfill this objective in many departments around the world.”
—James Milburn, MD, Ochsner Clinic Foundation, ©Doody’s Review Service