MR Cholangiopancreatography: Atlas with Cross-Sectional Imaging Correlation

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 16, 2006 - Medical - 414 pages
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Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) is a novel non-invasive technique for diagnosis of pancreatic-biliary disease. The purpose of this book is to highlight the advantages, limitations and indications of MRCP. Specific examples have been selected to showcase the utility of this technique in a large variety of clinical conditions. Each example is purposefully used to stress important technical features, to give practical advice, or to discuss the role of MRCP in specific clinical situations. Important features of the book are the high quality of the illustrations, the reduction of the text to relevant and practically useful issues, and the simple and logic organisation of the case material. The book should show: the optimal technique in MRCP, the pitfalls and limitations.
 

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Contents

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2
6
Selection of Slice Location
27
Nonspecific Intravenous
34
4
50
Intrahepatic Bile Ducts
56
3
58
2
64
103 Cholecystoenteric Fistula
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108
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Cholecystitis Cholesterolosis 107 Cholesterol Polyp
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Vaterian Sphincter Complex
246
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Benign Nontraumatic
258
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Traumatic Postoperative
100
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107
Normal Anatomy and Variants
130
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Traumatic Postoperative
168
Bile Leak
174
Malignant Tumors
180
128
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92 Gallbladder 93 Cystic Duct 4 2 Benign Nontraumatic
198
with Pericholecystitis 98 Complications of Acute
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147 The Elderly Pancreas
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Traumatic Postoperative
368
Variant Morphology
382
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