Clinical Urography, Volume 1

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Howard M. Pollack
Saunders, 2000 - Medical - 3434 pages
This authoritative, encyclopedia 3-volume text covers everything about uroradiology*from basic anatomy and physiology to surgical considerations. Completely revised and updated to include the latest information and imaging techniques, the new edition features a great number of illustrations interspersed through the pages.
  • Examines the clinical and pathological features of each disease or anomaly, as well as the radiology features of each disorder.
  • Considers all modalities appropriate for each disease entity, and presents pros and cons for each procedure.
  • Covers pediatric uroradiology, including Wilms tumor, neuroblastoma, and reflux.
  • Details every aspect of interventional vascular and non-vascular techniques applicable to the urinary tract.
  • Features in-depth coverage of nephrological imaging, including renal disease renal insufficiency dialysis and transplantation.
  • Presents the latest information using thousands of state-of-the art images including color Doppler, ultrasound, and the latest MRI techniquesincluding endorectal coil, pelvic MRI, and PET scanning.
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