Abdominal-pelvic MRI

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Wiley-Liss, 2002 - Medical - 1210 pages
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This groundbreaking book provides authoritative and comprehensive coverage of disease entities of the abdomen and pelvis organised by organ system and anatomical structure. Each chapter presents superior quality magnetic resonance images of normal appearances and a complete array of disease entities.

Key Features:

  • Explains the use of the latest techniques such as new contrast agents and three-dimensional gradient echo
  • Includes almost 2,000 all new, high-quality images
  • Provides comprehensive coverage of the male and female anatomy
  • Dr. Semelka is one of the world's leading experts and an accomplished author

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Contents

LIVER
33
BLADDER 951
131
GALLBLADDER AND BILIARY SYSTEM
319
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Dr. Richard Semelka is one of the worlds foremost MRI specialists and here describes the imaging protocols currently considered most beneficial for the investigation of various disease processes. His authoritative coverage of the subject incorporates and explains the latest techniques and technologies for radiologists and physicians who rely on MRI for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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