Abdominal-Pelvic MRI, 2 Volume Set
This landmark reference provides the most complete coverage of magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen and pelvis, with particular emphasis on illustrating benign, malignant, and inflammatory lesions. Organized by anatomic region, the text presents brief descriptions of pathophysiology followed by detailed discussion of characteristics of the relevant organ or system. Extensively updated and revised throughout, the new third edition includes over 2,500 figures, of which more than 500 are all-new, including over 200 3T images presented throughout the organ systems. Two all-new chapters are also included, one discussing MRI in pregnancy, and another on MRI of the Breast.
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Larissa Braga Diane Armao Mohamed El Azzazi and Richard C Semelka
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90-s fat-suppressed abscess Axial bile duct biliary cancer carcinoma cholangiocarcinoma chronic pancreatitis cirrhosis colon Coronal T2-weighted SS-ETSE cystic cysts diffuse dilated disease duodenum early-phase image echo ETSE F I G F1 G fat-suppressed images Fat-suppressed T2-weighted fibrosis focal gadolinium gallbladder gastric gastrinomas gradient-echo hemangiomas hepatic arterial hepatocellular carcinoma high in signal high signal intensity hyperintense image arrow image f images demonstrate immediate postgadolinium image immediate postgadolinium SGE immediate postgadolinium T1-weighted increased enhancement intensity on T2-weighted isointense late-phase image lesions liver metastases low in signal low signal intensity Magn Reson Imaging malignant mass moderately MRCP multiple nodules out-of-phase SGE pancreatic duct parenchyma peripheral portal vein postgadolinium fat-suppressed SGE postgadolinium SGE images postgadolinium T1-weighted SGE precontrast Radiology second patient segment Semelka RC sequences SGE f shows signal on T2-weighted single-shot echo-train spin-echo small bowel spleen splenic suppressed T2-weighted images T2-weighted single-shot echo-train thickening thrombus tissue transverse tumor wall