Clinical radiology of the small intestine, Volume 500; Volume 549
This remarkable achievement--edited by two of the world's leading gastrointestinal radiologists--presents an in-depth visual exploration of the small intestine. Includes many modalities and methods, including enteroclysis, sonography, computed tomography, and MRI. Useful as a guide to standard radiologic techniques . . .also discusses special procedures and clinical radiology of tumors, congenital and developmental abnormalities, Crohn's disease, more. Sharpens your skill at exploring the small intestine!
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ENTEROCLYSIS CATHETERS INTUBATION AND INFUSION
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