CT and MRI of the Whole Body, Volume 1

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John R. Haaga
Mosby/Elsevier, Dec 1, 2008 - Medical - 2734 pages
The updated 5th edition of this easy-to-read, comprehensive resource is now in full color to provide you with enhanced understanding of this highly visual field. Clinically focused, it provides quick access to step-by-step descriptions of all MR and CT imaging applications in every anatomic area, with particular emphasis on the revolutionary multislice CT. Use the latest sectional imaging approaches to accurately diagnose a full range of conditions. Any radiologist will find this book indispensable for CT and MR imaging.

  • Includes both MR and CT so you can see correlated images for all areas of the body.
  • Covers interventional procedures to help you apply image-guided techniques.
  • Presents material with a practical, clinical focus, featuring clinical manifestations for most entities.


  • Shows you how to interpret findings from the latest cutting-edge techniques-multislice CT, 3-Tesla MRI, PET/CT, and more.
  • Presents new-generation multislice CT images throughout the book to help you interpret findings from this revolutionary new imaging modality.
  • Includes a completely updated image-guided interventions chapter, plus five new chapters-Liver Transplants; Male Pelvis; Female Pelvis; Evaluation of the Airway; and Contrast Nephrology-to keep you up to speed on the latest approaches.
  • Features a new full-color format for a more user-friendly resource.
  • Provides digital-quality images throughout for enhanced detail.

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Contents

Gastrointestinal Tract
1213
Biliary Tract and Gallbladder
1373
Normal Anatomy Imaging
1455
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