Computed Tomography of the Lung: A Pattern Approach

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Springer, Nov 19, 2010 - Medical - 196 pages
This book describes the main appearance and distribution patterns of lung disease with the help of many color drawings and high-quality illustrations. This approach enables the reader to recognize these patterns and to interpret them in order to reach a diagnosis. In addition, the book includes many typical cases so that the reader can see how the information is applied.

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Curriculum vitae Johny A. Verschakelen Professor of Radiology – Catholic University Leuven, Belgium Senior staff member, responsible for chest radiology at the department of Radiology, University Hospitals Leuven. Founding member, member of the Board and Past President of the European Society of Thoracic Imaging. Member of the Board and General Secretary of the Belgian Radiological Society. Member of the Fleischner Society, the Society of Thoracic Imaging, the European Respiratory Society, the ECR and the RSNA. Reviewer of several journals. He has a widespread interest in all aspects of chest radiology, with a particular interest in CT of the lungs. Invited lecturer worldwide on many aspects of chest radiology. Author and co-author of about 100 scientific publications in international journals and books.

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