Pediatric Uroradiology

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Richard Fotter
Springer, Nov 5, 2008 - Medical - 537 pages

Since the first edition of Pediatric Uroradiology, very significant advances have been made in the imaging and treatment of common and important pediatric urologic disorders such as vesicoureteric reflux, urinary tract infection, and upper urinary tract dilatation. This revised and extended version takes full account of the sometimes dramatic changes. It describes in detail all aspects of pediatric uroradiology, embracing both recent developments and established concepts. New chapters have been added, for example on genetics in nephrourology and clinical management of important nephrourologic disorders. Short conclusions are included at the end of chapters and sections to provide the reader with the key information on the specific topic under consideration. This book will allow not only the (pediatric) radiologist, but also the pediatrician, pediatric surgeon, and urologist to meet the challenges of today’s pediatric uroradiology.

 

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Contents

CONTENTS
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Richard Fotter MD
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Introduction
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Head of Division of Pediatric Radiology
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and pathophysiology of the growing organism are discussed to facilitate understand
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Medical University Graz
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Gordon FRCP FRCR FRCPaed
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diseases stone disease vascular hypertension renal failure and renal transplanta
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Honorary Consultant Radiologist Child Health Consultant
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Pediatric Genitourinary Intervention
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book Pediatric Uroradiology came at the right moment In many aspects the first edi
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Normal Values
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Gadolinium and Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis
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Indications for DIC Mandell et al 1997ab include
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List of Contributors
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GrattanSmith MBBS
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ISBN 9783540330042 eISBN 9783540330059
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text for pediatric uroradiology Moreover we hope that it will prove useful to phy
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Baert Leuven
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Richard Fotter, MD, Chairman and Professor, Department of Radiology, Head of Division of Pediatric Radiology, University Hospital, Medical University Graz