Addresses the needs of radiology and gynecology for a comprehensive, one-stop source, providing information and guidance on all the imaging and interventional modalities available in an important subspecialty area of both radiology and gynaecology. All imaging modalities available are discussed and integrated into each chapter. Covers both diagnostic and interventional procedures, as well as normal and abnormal appearances.
88 pages matching Computed Tomography in this book
Results 1-3 of 88
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Part 3 The Endometrium
12 Ultrasonography of the Endometrium
Imaging of the Myometrium
14 other sections not shown
abdominal abnormal adenomyosis adnexal adnexal mass appearance arrows artery assessment attenuation Axial benign biopsy bladder bleeding blood flow bowel breast calcifications cell cervix Clin clinical coil color Doppler Computed Tomography contrast cystic cysts demonstrated detection diagnosis differentiation disease dometrial echogenic endometrial carcinoma endometrium enhancement evaluation fallopian tube female Fertil Steril fibroids Figure fluid follicle follicular gynecologic hemorrhage high signal intensity histologic hormone hydrosalpinx hypoechoic hysterosalpingography iliac implants increased infertility invasive leiomyomas lesion ligament lymph node Magnetic Resonance Imaging malignant mammogram mammography menopausal metastases muscle myometrial myometrium neoplasms normal Obstet Gynecol ovarian cancer ovarian masses ovary ovulation pathology patients pelvic pelvic mass peritoneal polyps postmenopausal women pregnancy Radiol Radiology Roentgenol sagittal scan screening seen shows soft tissue sonography stage stromal surgery surgical T2-weighted images technique thickening thickness tion tract transducer trophoblastic tubal tumor Ultrasonography ultrasound urethra urinary usually uterus vaginal vascular vessels wall