CT of the Acute Abdomen

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Patrice Taourel
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 18, 2011 - Medical - 475 pages
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CT of the Acute Abdomen provides a comprehensive account of the use of CT in patients with acute abdomen. Recent important developments in CT, including multislice CT and multiplanar reconstructions, receive particular attention. CT features are clearly illustrated, and pitfalls and differential diagnoses are discussed. The first section of the book presents epidemiological and clinical data in acute abdomen. The second and third sections document the key CT findings and their significance and discuss the technological background. The fourth and fifth sections, which form the main body of the book, examine in detail the various clinical applications of CT in nontraumatic and traumatic acute abdomen. This book will serve as an ideal guide to the performance and interpretation of CT in the setting of the acute abdomen; it will be of value to all general and gastrointestinal radiologists, as well as emergency room physicians and gastrointestinal surgeons.

 

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Contents

Part III CT Techniques
62
Part IV CT Diagnosis in Non Traumatic Abdomen
82
Part V CT Diagnosis in Traumatic Abdomen
418

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