Dynamic radiology of the abdomen: normal and pathologic anatomy

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Springer-Verlag, 1994 - Medical - 593 pages
This book provides a systematic application of anatomic and dynamic principles to the practical understanding and diagnosis of intraabdominal diseases. The insights provided by both the atlas of full-page color anatomic cross-sections of the abdomen and pelvis and the excellent anatomic-radiologic correlations found in the text make the book indispensable. Reviews of the third edition: "An indispensable guide for all those interested in abdominal disease: radiologists, general surgeons, and internists." #JAMA#1 "This classic text remains an intellectually challenging work. It should be considered as both essential reading and an inspiring reference." #Radiology#2 "An indispensable textbook in abdominal radiology...The single most rewarding reading in abdominal radiology." #European Journal of Radiology#3 "There is not another similar text available. Dynamic Radiology is a 'must' for surgeons, radiologists, gastroenterologists, and trainees in these specialties. The teaching value is superb, and I recommend this publication highly." #American Journal of Gastroenterology#4

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Normal Anatomic Relationships and Variants
Intraperitoneal Spread of Infections
Intraperitoneal Spread of Malignancies

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