Principles of Genitourinary Radiology

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Thieme, 1994 - Medical - 500 pages
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This work presents a summary of clinical pathological and laboratory findings, together with radiologic descriptions. This edition features: recent advances in understanding carcinoma of the prostata and bladder, urinary tract infection, vesico-ureteral reflux and the female pelvis; expanded coverage of the full range of imaging modalities -- ultrasound, nuclear medicine, fluoroscopy, MRI; a chapter on embryology; increased emphasis on differential diagnoses, diagnostic strategies and imaging pitfalls; and high-quality illustrations that depict the most important clinical entities.
 

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Contents

INSTRUMENTATION
3
PROCEDURES
20
URINARY TRACT
21
RENAL ANGIOGRAPHY
27
ABDOMEN
40
FEMALE PELVIS 463
42
URINARY DIVERSIONS
49
VOIDING
70
URINARY TRACT
106
OUTFLOW BLADDER
112
Urethral Diverticulum in Females 395
123
URINARY TRACT
127
AUTONOMIC DYSREFLEXIA 406
140
RENAL NEOPLASMS
151
J ADRENAL DISORDERS
201
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216

UROLITHIASIS
92
INTRODUCTION 381
103

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Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiological Sciences, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, USA

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