CT and sonography of the acute abdomen
Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1996 - Medical - 363 pages
Updated and expanded, the Second Edition of this acclaimed text provides practical, expert guidance on the use of CT and ultrasound to diagnose acute disorders of the liver; gallbladder and bile ducts; spleen; pancreas; kidney and adrenal gland; gastrointestinal tract; pelvis; and aorta, inferior vena cava, and psoas compartments. There is an entirely new chapter on principles and techniques, and considerable new information is provided on spiral CT, MR, and color Doppler. Each chapter focuses on a particular organ or system and details the different pathologies affecting that organ or system, including trauma, inflammatory and infective processes, vascular problems, and other specific conditions such as obstruction in the GI tract and ectopic pregnancy. Each condition is fully illustrated with numerous CT and ultrasound scans.
36 pages matching inferior vena cava in this book
Results 1-3 of 36
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Greenfield's Surgery: Scientific Principles and Practice
Lazar J.editor Greenfield
No preview available - 2001
The Gallbladder and Bile Ducts
5 other sections not shown
abnormalities acute cholecystitis acute pancreatitis adjacent appendicitis areas attenuation bile duct biliary biloma black arrow blunt trauma Budd-Chiari syndrome catheter cholangitis cholecystitis choledocholithiasis Clinical and Imaging clot colon color Doppler Colorplate Comput Assist Tomogr Computed tomography contrast CT CT and sonography CT findings CT scan curved arrow cystic demonstrates detect diagnosis dilated disease distal echogenic ectopic enhancement evaluation extravasation Federle MP fistula fluid collections gallbladder gallbladder wall gastrointestinal hematoma hemoperitoneum hemorrhage hepatic vein high-attenuation hypoechoic identified Imaging Features Imaging Overview infarction infection inferior vena cava Jeffrey RB Jr kidney laceration lesions liver abscess lobe low-attenuation microabscesses Note obstruction open arrow pancreatic abscess pancreatic necrosis parenchymal pelvic percutaneous drainage perforation pericholecystic perirenal peritoneal permission from ref portal vein pseudoaneurysm pseudocyst pyelonephritis pyogenic quadrant Radiology renal vein reveals rupture scesses small bowel sonogram sonography spleen splenic artery surgery surgical therapy thrombus tients tion transverse sonogram Ultrasound white arrow