Multimodality Imaging Guidance in Interventional Pain Management

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Samer N. Narouze
Oxford University Press, 2016 - Medical - 628 pages
Multimodality Imaging Guidance for Interventional Pain Management is a comprehensive resource that covers fluoroscopy-guided procedures, ultrasound interventions, and computed tomography (CT)-guided procedures used in interventional pain management. Fluoroscopy-guided procedures have been the
standard of care for many years and are widely available and affordable. Due to the lack of radiation exposure and the ability to see various soft tissue structures, ultrasound-guided interventions are more precise and safer. Primarily performed by radiologists, the benefits, disadvantages, and
basic techniques of CT-guided procedures are also included in the volume. By covering all imaging modalities, Multimodality Imaging Guidance for Interventional Pain Management allows for an efficient comparison of the capabilities of each modality.

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Samer N. Narouze MD, PhD is a Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Management at Ohio University, a
Clinical Professor of Neurological Surgery at Ohio State University, and Chairman of the Center for Pain Medicine at
Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

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