Genitourinary Imaging, An Issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America
This issue covers a wide range of topics related to genitourinary imaging, across a variety of imaging modalities. An update is given on dual-energy CT in urologic imaging. Imaging of the retroperitoneum is also discussed. Imaging of infectious and inflammatory diseases of kidneys is reviewed, as is imaging of the features of common and uncommon neoplasms of the bladder. Multimodality imaging of the ureter, unusual renal masses, and adrenal imaging are all addressed in detail. Finally, advances in pediatric urologic imaging are reviewed.
|Author Informaiton||By Paul Nikolaidis, MD, Associate Professor in Radiology, Northwestern University and Nancy Hammond, Assistant Professor, Body Imaging, Clinical Faculty, Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, Department of Radiology|
|Pp Authortext||Nikolaidis & Hammond|
|Published Reviews||This book offers a concise overview of the many challenges of radiologic imaging to diagnose urologic conditions. It focuses on the proper technique and appropriate imaging modality for each one. It serves as an excellent quick reference for radiologists dealing with the GU system or urologists caring for patients with GU conditions. Akhil Das, MD (Thomas Jefferson University) Doody Review Services!|
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