Computed body tomography with MRI correlation
Vol.1 ～ Vol.2
editors, Joseph K.T. Lee, Stuart S. Sagel, Robert J. Stanley, Jay P. Heiken
Completely updated to reflect revolutionary changes in technology and practice, the Fourth Edition of this best-selling reference features state-of-the-art coverage of multislice CT scanners and three-dimensional imaging, plus a new chapter on the acute abdomen and new material on CT and MR angiography, lung cancer screening, pulmonary embolism, coronary artery calcium screening, and interventional CT techniques including radiofrequency ablation and CT fluoroscopy. More than 5,000 illustrations--mostly new 3D and multiplanar images--complement the text. Each organ system chapter demonstrates imaging techniques, normal CT/MRI anatomy, and pathologic findings. The authors indicate where MRI complements or supplements CT or has supplanted CT as the primary imaging modality.
Chapter 1. CT Principles and Techniques, Including CTA Chapter 2. MRI: Basic Principles and Techniques Chapter 3. Interventional CT Technique, Including RF Ablation and CT Fluoroscopy Chapter 4. Neck Chapter 5. Thorax: Techniques and Normal Anatomy Chapter 6. Mediastinum Chapter 7. Lung Chapter 8. Pleura, Chest Wall and Diaphragm Chapter 9. Heart and Pericardium Chapter 10. Normal Abdominal and Pelvic Anatomy Chapter 11. Gastrointestinal Tract Chapter 12. Liver Chapter 13. Biliary Tract Chapter 14. Spleen Chapter 15. Pancreas Chapter 16. Abdominal Wall and Peritoneal Cavity Chapter 17. Retroperitoneum Chapter 18. Kidney Chapter 19. Adrenals Chapter 20. Pelvis Chapter 21. Trauma Chapter 22. Non-traumatic Acute Abdomen Chapter 23. Musculoskeletal Chapter 24. Spine Chapter 25. Pediatrics