Diagnostic imaging of the acute abdomen: a clinico-radiologic approach

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Springer-Verlag, 1988 - Medical - 453 pages
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The acute abdomen is one of the most frequent, most dangerous and most difficult problems that the diagnostic radiologist has to deal with. This comprehensive manual presents a clinico-radiologic approach to the use of diagnostic imaging techniques for acute abdominal conditions. Imaging techniques, radiologic symptoms and clinical conditions are treated separately. This lucid format, together with a detailed subject index, offer the reader a quick and reliable reference aid in daily practice. The text is clearly structured and concise in style, and provides helpful practical hints, including discussion of diagnostic pitfalls. It is supported by a wealth of illustrations covering native diagnosis, ultrasonography, computer tomography and angiography.

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RD 540.D5213 1988

Contents

Clinical Examination and Symptoms
1
Radiographic Sonographic and Computed Tomographic
24
Major Diseases Associated with Acute Abdomen and Their
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