Advanced Imaging of the Abdomen

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 6, 2006 - Medical - 1080 pages
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Advanced Imaging of the Abdomen bridges the interface between the referring clinician and radiologist on the unusual clinical presentation or imaging finding and explores imaging approaches to solve a particular problem.

Emphasis is given to choice of imaging procedures, expected diagnostic yield, discussion of pertinent imaging findings and possible differential diagnosis. Aimed at the clinician-radiologist interface, as a guide for both, it also provides the practicing radiologist with a reference for the unusual or unique imaging finding in the abdomen. The book includes extensive lists, tables and illustrations comprising ultrasonography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance images, scintigraphy and other imaging modalities.

This book is invaluable to the clinician (internist, gastroenterologist, general surgeon, urologist and related specialist) looking for guidance on an up-to-date imaging modality and any discussion with a radiologist in order to arrive at a proposed imaging approach.

 

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Contents

Esophagus
3
Stomach
55
Duodenum
107
Jejunum and Ileum
125
Colon and Rectum
185
Appendix
279
Liver
293
Gallbladder and Bile Ducts
419
Kidneys and Ureters
571
Bladder
685
Female Reproductive Organs
719
Male Reproductive Organs
801
Peritoneum Mesentery and Extraperitoneal Soft Tissues
865
Spleen
933
Adrenals
953
Abdominal Vasculature
975

Pancreas
501
GENITOURINARY SYSTEM
569

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