Taking a high-yield, "just the essentials" approach, Abdominal Imaging: The Core Requisites helps you establish a foundational understanding of both gastrointestinal and genitourinary imaging during rotations, prepare for the core and certifying exams, and refresh your knowledge of key concepts. This new title solves the "information overload" problem often faced by trainee and practicing radiologists by emphasizing the essential knowledge you need in an easy-to-ready hybrid format of traditional text and bullet points.
- Emphasizes a "just the essentials" approach to foundational abdominal imaging content presented in an easy-to-read, quick reference format, with templated content that includes numerous outlines, tables, pearls, boxed material, and bulleted text for easy reading and efficient recall.
- Helps you build and solidify core knowledge to prepare you for clinical practice with critical, up-to-date information on GI/GU topics, including relevant anatomy, lesion characterization, tumor staging, indication-based protocols and techniques, and more.
- Prioritizes high-yield topics and explains key information to help you efficiently and effectively prepare for board exams.
- Contains problem-based and disease-focused chapters such as right upper quadrant pain, chronic liver disease, colorectal cancer and screening, postoperative imaging, and abdominal/pelvic trauma.
- Includes reporting tips and recommendations with sample structured reports.
- Features more than 500 high-quality images spanning a variety of critical abdominal and pelvic disease processes, including discussions of advanced imaging techniques such as multiparametric MRI, dual energy CT, and elastography.
- Published as part of the newly reimagined Core Requisites series, an update to the popular Requisites series for today's busy clinician.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
|Author Information||By Joseph R. Grajo; Dushyant V Sahani, MD, Associate Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School; Assistant Radiologist, Abdominal Imaging & Interventional Radiology, Director, CT Imaging Services, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Massachusetts and Anthony E Samir, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School; Radiologist, Abdominal Imaging & Interventional Radiology; Co-Director, MGH/MIT Center for Ultrasound Research & Translation; Associate Director of Ultrasound Imaging Services, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts|
|Table of Content||
Section 1. Gastrointestinal Tract
1. Abdominal Radiography
2. GI Fluoroscopy
3. Gastric Wall Thickening/Masses
4. Hollow Viscus Perforation
5. Small Bowel Obstruction
6. Bowel Wall Thickening
7. Imaging of the Postoperative Bowel
8. Mesenteric Ischemia
9. Colorectal Cancer and Screening
10. RUQ Pain
11. RLQ Pain
13. Solid Pancreatic Masses
14. Cystic Pancreatic Lesions
Section 2. Hepatobiliary
15. Chronic Liver Disease
16. Imaging of the Cirrhotic Liver
17. Benign Focal Liver Lesions
Section 3. Lymphatic System
20. Splenomegaly/Splenic Lesions
Section 4. Genitourinary
23. Cystic Renal Masses
24. Solid Renal Lesions
25. Diffuse Renal Parenchymal Disorders
26. Urinary Tract Obstruction
27. Urothelial Lesions
28. Adrenal Gland Enlargement and Nodules
Section 5. Reproductive System
29. Prostate Imaging
30. Testicular Lesions
31. Endometrial/Junctinonal Zone Thickening
32. Focal Uterine Lesions
33. Cystic Adnexal Lesions
34. Solid Adnexal Lesions
35. Mullerian Abnormalities
36. Pelvic Floor Disease
Section 6. Miscellaneous
37. Postoperative Imaging
38. Abdominal/Pelvic Trauma
|Trim||276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)|
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