MRI of Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors and Tumorlike Lesions: Differential Diagnosis and Atlas

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Thieme, 2008 - Bones - 798 pages
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Practical. In-depth. Invaluable.A guide to the diagnosis of tumors and tumorlike lesions of bone and soft tissue using MRI.This unique encyclopedic guide takes the same approach you apply in clinical practice. It features fully illustrated differential diagnosis tables organized according to MRI findings and the locations of tumors. An in-depth reference section provides information on each lesion. In addition, almost 3000 highquality images make this practical text an invaluable tool in the diagnosis of common and rare tumors and other disorders of the musculoskeletal system.Features: - 20 differential diagnosis tables based on anatomic locations of lesions rather than disease- Fully illustrated reference chapters containing concise, detailed information for each lesionfrom relative frequency and age ranges to MRI findings, treatment, and prognosis- Over 2900 state-of-the-art illustrations covering the wide range of imaging features for various lesions- An exceptional level of detail, helping you to differentiate between diseases and conditions that have similar appearances- Extensive cross-referencing to further up-to-the minute resources This is the definitive guide to MRI of musculoskeletal tumors. Whether you need a practical guide for day-to-day use or a comprehensive preparation tool for board examinations -- keep this text close to the workstation

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Differential Diagnosis Tables A 9 Chondroma Periosteal or Juxtacortical Type Also
Solitary intramedullary metadiaphyseal lesions 176 Histiocytosis X
Solitary intramedullary diaphyseal lesions 189 A19 ErdheimChester Disease Also Referred to
Lesions that contain cartilage 236 sarcomatous Fasciitis Proliferative Fasciitis
Lesions that contain fat 312 A24 Solitary Fibrous Tumor
Atlas Also Referred to as Metaphyseal Fibrous Defect
Angiofibroma Also Referred to as Juvenile and LichtensteinJaffe Disease
A6 Angiosarcoma Also Referred to as Malignant Juxtaarticular Bone Cyst and Periosteal Ganglion
Hemangiopericytoma 502 Ossifying Fibroma of the Tibia andor Fibula
A37 Bone and Muscle lnfarct Also Referred to as A 61 Osteoblastoma Also Referred to as Ossifying
Kaposi Sarcoma Also Referred to as Angiosarcoma A 62 Osteoma Enostosis Osteopoikilosis
Leiomyoma 521 Sarcoma and Osteoblastic Sarcoma
Leiomyosarcoma 525 A 65 Paget Disease Also Referred to as Osteitis
A42 Lipoblastoma 540 A66 Paraganglioma Also Referred to as Chemodectoma
A46 Lymphangioma Also Referred to as Cystic Myosarcoma Malignant Rhabdomyoma
Lymphoma 570 A70 Rheumatoid Arthritis

Chondroblastoma 347 Giant Cell Tumor and Benign Synovioma
A31 Glomus Tumor Also Referred to as A 54 Myxoma
Hemangioendothelioma Also Referred to as A 56 Neurofibroma and Malignant Peripheral Nerve
Hemangiomas Also Referred to as Vascular cartilaginous Exostosis
A48 Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma Also Referred to as A71 Sarcoid
A49 Meningioma 594 A 73 Synovial Chondromatosis Also Referred to
Myositis Ossificans Also Referred to as A 76 Teratoma

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About the author (2008)

Steven P. Meyers is Professor of Radiology, Imaging Sciences, and Neurosurgery and full-time faculty member at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY.

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