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Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy

Medical Imaging of Normal and Pathologic Anatomy Author Joel A. Vilensky
ISBN-10 9781437706345
Release 2010
Pages 173
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This new approach to teaching diagnostic imaging to medical students will help you perform well on your course exams and the USMLEs! --Book Jacket.

Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen

Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen Author Morton A. Meyers
ISBN-10 0387988459
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 772
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Covers radiology of the abdomen as it relates to the progression of disease within an organ and from one organ to another. The book provides a systematic application of anatomic and dynamic principles to the practical understanding and diagnosis of intraabdominal disease, addressing the full range of imaging modalities, from plain films and conventional contrast studies to CT, US, MRI and endoscopic ultrasonography. Carefully selected, ample images -- including CT and MRI -- support the thoroughly descriptive text as do expanded references, citing both the classic and recent contributions, and a detailed cross-referenced index.

Meyers Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen

Meyers  Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen Author Morton A. Meyers, MD, FACR, FACG
ISBN-10 1441959394
Release 2010-10-19
Pages 419
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The Sixth Edition continues the tradition of this great book by applying anatomic knowledge to state-of-the-art imaging. Chapters have been reorganized to help the reader better interpret imaging studies by clearly demonstrating what to expect and where to look for disease spread from each individual organ. Up-to-date chapters explore the dynamic concept, explain its embryologic and anatomic basis, and classify the mechanisms of disease progression. The latest imaging modalities, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, and PET, are incorporated throughout.

The Radiology Handbook

The Radiology Handbook Author J. S. Benseler
ISBN-10 9780821442326
Release 2014-06-17
Pages 288
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Designed for busy medical students, The Radiology Handbook is a quick and easy reference for any practitioner who needs information on ordering or interpreting images. The book is divided into three parts: - Part I presents a table, organized from head to toe, with recommended imaging tests for common clinical conditions. - Part II is organized in a question and answer format that covers the following topics: how each major imaging modality works to create an image; what the basic precepts of image interpretation in each body system are; and where to find information and resources for continued learning. - Part III is an imaging quiz beginning at the head and ending at the foot. Sixty images are provided to self-test knowledge about normal imaging anatomy and common imaging pathology. Published in collaboration with the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, The Radiology Handbook is a convenient pocket-sized resource designed for medical students and non radiologists.

Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen

Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen Author Morton A. Meyers, MD, FACR, FACG
ISBN-10 9781475739619
Release 2013-06-29
Pages 507
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Extensively revised and updated, the third edition of Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen remains the only text covering radiology of the abdomen as it relates to the progression of disease within organ and from one organ to another. New to this edition are discussions of: - recent advances in the understanding of the normal and variant relationship of the lobar anatomy of the liver - the structural relationship of the porta hepatis and its contents - further refinements in the precise evaluation of the extraperitoneal fascia and spaces - new developments in the understanding of the intraperitoneal spread of infection and malignancy. Many illustrations from the second edition have been replaced with improved images and line drawings. Highly selected images amply support the highly descriptive and thoroughly comprehensive text. Expanded references, citing both classic articles and recent contributions, are contained in the text. An index with cross-references provides immediate access to the material presented. Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen, third edition, will continue to be the classic text for all radiologists and others seeking insight into the clinical practice of abdominal radiology. From the enthusiastic reviews of the Second Edition:"Enormously popular... One of the basic textbooks in radiology...Important for all physicians responsible for abdominal imaging." JAMA#1 "Frankly, there is no other book in the radiological world literature which can compare with this top-ranking eye-opener for any physician concerned with abdominal diagnosis...An invaluable source of inspiration and information." European Journal of Radiology#2

Radiological Imaging of the Kidney

Radiological Imaging of the Kidney Author Emilio Quaia
ISBN-10 9783642540479
Release 2014-08-19
Pages 903
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This book, now in its second edition, provides a comprehensive analysis of imaging of the kidneys, upper urinary tract, and ureters, covering the normal anatomy and anatomic variants as well as all renal and urinary system pathologies. The relevant imaging modalities are first discussed, with detailed description of their applications. The entire spectrum of kidney pathologies is then presented in a series of detailed chapters with up-to-date references, high-quality images, informative schemes, and figures showing macroscopic and microscopic surgical and pathologic specimens. Chapters relating to the latest innovations in tumor ablation, vascular and nonvascular interventional procedures, and parametric and molecular imaging have been updated to reflect progress in these rapidly evolving fields. This book will be of great interest to all radiologists, oncologists, nephrologists, and urologists who are involved in the management of kidney pathologies.

The Thymus

The Thymus Author Eberhard Walter
ISBN-10 9783642841927
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 224
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Until the middle of the present century, the morphology and function of the thymus were primarily of interest to those working in the fields of pathologic anatomy, endo crinology, and pediatrics. However, during recent decades careful and refined histo logic studies of the organ have expanded our knowledge. It now seems certain that the thymus plays a central role in the immune system, and some of the substances pro duced by this organ are considered together under the collective term of "thymic hor mones". In clinical medicine (in particular endocrinology and pediatrics, as well as surgery and radiologic oncology), the startling advances that have taken place in radiologic diagnostics with the advent of new imaging procedures such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging have provided fresh impetus in the search for effec tive treatments for hyperplasia, tumors, and tumor-like changes of the thymus. Normal variants of the thymus, which lies concealed within the anterior superior mediastinum, have been recorded, and pathologic changes such as primary or secondary tumors can now be analyzed and correctly diagnosed.

Medical Imaging of the Spleen

Medical Imaging of the Spleen Author A. M. A. de Schepper
ISBN-10 3540655352
Release 2000
Pages 165
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This volume provides a much-needed update on imaging of the spleen, a subject that has witnessed a revival of interest in recent years owing to new insights into physiology and pathophysiology and the application of modern noninvasive imaging modalities. Introductory chapters discuss the normal anatomy and radiological appearances. Thereafter individual chapters document the imaging findings in a wide range of hematological, immunological, oncological, infectious, vascular, and systemic disorders. Splenic pathology in infancy and childhood is considered separately, and there is a chapter on interventional procedures. Informative differential diagnostic tables are also provided. This well-illustrated book will serve as an invaluable source of easily accessible information for both clinicians and radiologists.

Normal and Pathological Anatomy of the Shoulder

Normal and Pathological Anatomy of the Shoulder Author Gregory Ian Bain
ISBN-10 9783662457191
Release 2015-05-05
Pages 424
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​This cutting-edge monograph on advanced clinical anatomy and pathoanatomy of the shoulder, written by the world’s leading authors, reflects recent significant advances in understanding of anatomy and pathology. It is beautifully illustrated with exquisite photographs of anatomical specimens, and images from arthroscopy, histology, and radiology complete the picture. The accompanying text brings out the clinical, biomechanical, and functional relevance and focuses on aspects important to the high-performance athlete. In addition, the book closely assesses how each component of the normal anatomy responds to trauma, disease, and degeneration. The finer points of the pathoanatomy are demonstrated with clinical cases, histology, radiology, arthroscopy, and open surgery. The text details how the pathoanatomy affects the patient presentation, clinical examination, and imaging. It is also explained how the pathology affects the natural history and the outcome of physical therapy and influences recommendations for surgical treatments. This book will be of immense value both to trainees and to specialists who manage disorders of the shoulder, including orthopedic surgeons, sports physicians, and physiotherapists. It will also be of great interest to anatomists and pathologists.

Diagnostic Imaging in Hemophilia

Diagnostic Imaging in Hemophilia Author H. Pettersson
ISBN-10 9781447113720
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 150
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During recent decades there has been a revolutionary change in the life expectancy and quality of life of the hemophiliac. This has been achieved by hematologic and c1inical research, and the future for the hemophiliac depends upon further medical knowledge and research. In spite of the dramatically improved life situation of hemophiliacs, hemorrhagic complications remain a threat. The hemorrhagic disorder may influence and/or aggravate the course of trauma or other diseases in these patients. Hemophiliacs suffering from hemorrhagic complications or eligible for elective surgery should be referred to Hemophilia Treatment and Training Centers, where evaluation and examination are performed by a multidisciplinary team with experience and interest in the disease. The radio10gist is an important member ofthis team. In the past diagnostic imaging has been based mainly on conventional radiography, and this is still very important for the diagnosis ofhemophilic complications, but the diagnostic imaging of today offers a wide range of modalities-conventional radiography, computed tomography, sonography, radionuc1ide imaging, and, in its infancy, magnetic resonance imaging. Thus there is a need for a thorough description of the potential and limitations ofthese modern diagnostic techniques.

Essential Imaging in Rheumatology

Essential Imaging in Rheumatology Author John O'Neill
ISBN-10 9781493916733
Release 2014-11-12
Pages 426
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Essentials of Rheumatology Imaging covers all current methods of imaging and imaging techniques related to common rheumatic symptoms and specific rheumatic diseases. This book presents comprehensive, high resolution images necessary for the diagnosis of diseases of the soft tissues, connective tissues and joints, including rheumatoid arthritis, gout, Lupus, Sjögren’s syndrome, osteoarthritis and scleroderma. A concise reference source for radiologists, Essentials of Rheumatology Imaging delivers up-to-date and complete information on the imaging of rheumatic disease.

The WHO Manual of Diagnostic Imaging

The WHO Manual of Diagnostic Imaging Author Stephen M. Ellis
ISBN-10 9789241546775
Release 2006
Pages 147
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The present volume in the series of WHO manuals in diagnostic imaging, the Radiographic Anatomy and Interpretation of the Chest provides an exhaustive description of radiographic normal anatomy as well as the most common pathologic changes seen in the chest, focusing specifically on pulmonary and cardiac problems. The text aims to provide an aid to the interpretation of the chest radiograph (CXR). It is not a comprehensive account of all possible chest diseases but a descriptive text to help identify the way in which chest pathology is manifest and diagnosed on CXR. The initial chapters deal with interpretive skills and pattern recognition and the later chapters demonstrate specific pathologies. Backed by high-quality reproduction of radiographs, this manual will prove essential reading to general practitioners, medical specialists, radiographers, and radiologists in any medical settings, although focusing specifically on needs in small and mid-size hospitals.

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging Author Raymond Y. Kwong
ISBN-10 9781597453066
Release 2008-03-19
Pages 749
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Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CMR) is a rapidly evolving tool. This book presents a state-of-the-art compilation of expert contributions to the field, each examining normal and pathologic anatomy of the cardiovascular system as assessed by magnetic resonance imaging. Functional techniques such as myocardial perfusion imaging and assessment of flow velocity are emphasized. The book represents a multi-disciplinary approach to the field.

Real time Ultrasound Imaging in the Abdomen

Real time Ultrasound Imaging in the Abdomen Author M.L. Skolnick
ISBN-10 9781461259190
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 241
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Diagnostic ultrasound is changing dramatically because of the development of a variety of high resolution real-time scanning instruments. Until recently the standard instrument was the articulated arm contact scanner. Real-time scanners were viewed as adjunct instruments for specific and limited pur poses. The roles are reversing with real-time instruments more frequently accepted as the primary diagnostic tool and the contact scanner becoming the ancillary instrument for use mainly for viewing a large field that cannot be scanned with real-time instruments. Two recent editorials stated that real-time instruments were used as the sole diagnostic instrument for between 80% [Cooperberg (2)] and 98% [Bartrum and Crow (1)] of their abdominal examinations. This book introduces the reader to the field of real-time scanning in the abdomen. It presupposes an understanding of basic physical concepts of ultrasound, the appearance of both normal and pathologic conditions as produced by static articulated arm contact scanning, and a familiarity with the techniques of contact scanning. It is designed to acquaint the reader with the spectrum of real-time instrumentation, provide a basic understanding of the physics of ultrasound as related to these instruments, emphasize the special skills required in the use of this equipment, and describe applications of real-time scanning for various parts of the abdomen. While numerous illustrations of both normal and pathologic anatomy are shown, the book is an all-inclusive study of abdominal pathology as demonstrated by real-time imaging.

Clinical Radiology

Clinical Radiology Author Richard H. Daffner
ISBN-10 9781469823010
Release 2013-09-06
Pages 560
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Written in an engaging, easy-to-read style, Clinical Radiology covers the topics most often included in introductory radiology courses and emphasizes clinical problem solving. The text offers guidelines for selecting imaging studies in specific clinical situations and takes a systematic approach to imaging interpretation, presenting a review of normal anatomy, technical and pathologic considerations, and diagnostic advice. The Fourth Edition includes: -NEW! Full-color design and illustrations -50 new images, updated to reflect the latest technology -Expanded coverage of neurotoxicity and radiation exposure -Additional "Diagnostic Pearls" included in every chapter

Normal MR Anatomy An Issue of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics E Book

Normal MR Anatomy  An Issue of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics   E Book Author Peter S. Liu
ISBN-10 9781455712502
Release 2011-10-09
Pages 272
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This issue provides an overview of anatomy for the practicing radiologist using MR. Neuroanatomy is covered in separate articles on the brain, neck, spine, and skull base. Body imaging is reviewed in articles on chest, abdomen, breast, and pelvis, and finally, the musculoskeletal system is thoroughly displayed by articles on shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, knee, and ankle and foot. Long bones of the upper and lower extremities are reviewed in separate articles as well.

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging Author Anne G. Osborn
ISBN-10 0721629059
Release 2004
Pages 1050
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Authored by the preeminent teacher in neuroradiology, this new text will become the standard among all neuroradiology references upon publication, with a templated, four-color format that makes finding information much easier. Each chapter has all the information needed to pinpoint a diagnosis. Every entity contains Clinical Presentation, Pathologic Features, Imaging Findings for the appropriate modalities, Differential Diagnoses lists. In addition, each chapter has detailed anatomic drawings in full color and gross and histologic pathology, and a image bank of case study variations.