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This issue of Radiologic Clinics of North America focuses on Breast Imaging and is edited by Dr. Phoebe E. Freer. Articles will include: Management of High-risk Lesions in Breast Cancer; Contrast Mammography and Tomosynthesis; Breast Radiology Advocacy: Responding to the Call-to-Action; Artificial Intelligence and Breast Imaging; Is It the Era for Personalized Breast Cancer Screening?; Understanding the Mammography Audit; MRI Screening of Breast Cancer; Abbreviated MRI for Breast Cancer; Overdiagnosis and Risks of Breast Cancer Screening; MRI Audit of Screening and Diagnostic Breast Imaging; Supplemental Screening for Breast Cancer in Patients at Intermediate and High Risk; and more!
This is an SBA question book aimed at the post-graduate radiology market, specifically those taking the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) part 2 ('final') exams. This is a complementary title to The Final FRCR: Complete Revision Notes, which published in 2018. Part 2 of the FRCR is itself composed of two elements. Part 2a is a series of six multiple choice exams covering the major body systems: musculoskeletal & trauma, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, head and neck, pediatrics and chest. Part 2b involves a written exam and an oral viva and is typically taken at the beginning of the fourth year of specialty training. Approximately 700-1000 trainees sit the exam each year. The SBAs would also be applicable for those studying for other exams or coming to the UK to sit the UK exams from Asia and the Middle East. Key Features Resource designed for those taking the final FRCR (UK exam) designed to be a complementary product to The Final FRCR: Complete Revision Notes. Templated question format across the six major body systems. Written by recent graduates of the FRCR exams who know how best to approach the topic. Reviewed by senior advisors.
This book presents the core principles and technical aspects of Diffusion Weighted Imaging (DWI), as well as pearls and pitfalls concerning the imaging technique's application to the hepatobiliary system. All technical aspects and clinical applications discussed focus on the related anatomical region and its pathologies. Given that magnetic resonance physics is complex and can be cumbersome to learn, the volume editors and authors have made it as simple and practical as possible. Accordingly, tables related to technical details (imaging protocols, artefacts, and optimization techniques) are provided for each chapter. Though DWI is frequently used in the abdomen and pelvis, its clinical role is still evolving, especially for the diagnostic workup of oncologic patients. Although certain efforts have been undertaken to standardize and provide imaging guidelines for different clinical indications, the standardisation and clinical validation of quantitative DWI-related biomarkers are still works in progress. Addressing this gap, the book offers a useful tool for radiologists with a particular interest in abdominal radiology, as well as for radiology residents.
This text is a comprehensive review of pediatric radiology. It is a primary reference and board review for radiology residents studying for the Core Examination or In-Service Training Exam. The extensive review of pediatric radiology topics is also instructive for fellows studying for the CAQ. Additionally, it will serve as a refresher and review for practicing general and pediatric radiologists preparing for recertification.
This is a practical guide for those who want to learn and develop skills in head and neck ultrasound, in particular radiologists, sonographers, surgeons, and endocrinologists. The format has worked well to date and there has been a growing need to have competent individuals suitably trained to undertake high quality diagnostic ultrasound as well as appropriate interventions. This second edition provides a much-needed update including more images, current references, and new techniques.
A companion guide to the exhaustive Brogdon's Forensic Radiology, Second Edition, this handy reference provides concise instructions to forensic radiology technicians in the performance of postmortem radiolographs. Topics include positioning of the corpse and other important steps required for accurate imaging.
Covering the entire spectrum of this fast-changing field, Diagnostic Imaging: Spine, fourth edition, is an invaluable resource for general radiologists, neuroradiologists, and trainees-anyone who requires an easily accessible, highly visual reference on today's spinal imaging. Drs. Jeffrey Ross, Kevin Moore, and their team of highly regarded experts provide updated information on disease identification and imaging techniques to help you make informed decisions at the point of care. The text is lavishly illustrated, delineated, and referenced, making it a useful learning tool as well as a handy reference for daily practice. Serves as a one-stop resource for key concepts and information on radiologic imaging and interpretation of spine, spinal cord, and bony vertebral conditions Features more than 2,600 full-color illustrations, including radiologic, pathologic, and clinical images Contains new chapters on recent surgery protocols such as spine instability neoplastic scoring (SINS) and epidural spinal cord compression scale (ESSC) Features updates from cover to cover including revisions in accordance with new information on inflammatory and autoimmune disorders and systemic manifestations of diseases Provides expanded imaging details for metastatic diseases to accommodate recent significant changes, including new categories of oncologic surgery driven by the use of proton beam radiotherapy, PET MR as a diagnostic modality, and new FDA-approved hardware Includes new information on areas of demyelinating diseases related to better understanding of MS, neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder, and anti-MOG disorders; a variety of spinal CSF leak pathologies that cause intracranial hypotension; genetic and disease information on schwannomatosis; and much more Uses bulleted, succinct text and highly templated chapters for quick comprehension of essential information at the point of care 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
This book covers diagnostic images of common and rare fractures for nearly every part of the human body, based on a large number of clinical cases. The highlight of this book is that both of three-dimensional X-ray images and CT/MRI images of thousands of fracture cases are presented for comparison and further discussion, according to the framework of AO classification. The first chapter gives a general introduction of various diagnostic imaging techniques for fractures, with attention to their advantages and disadvantages. The following chapters present detailed radiological images of upper extremity fractures, lower extremity fractures, axial skeleton fractures, and epiphyseal lesions. It helps readers to recognize the difference between various diagnostic techniques, and to select optimal imaging techniques. With the illustrative figures, this book is a valuable tool to orthopaedist, radiologists, trauma surgeons, emergency room doctors, professional clinical staff, and medical students.
This unique workbook can be used as a stand-alone text or supplemental text for any course designed to enhance the work of radiologic technology students. It will also serve the needs of graduate radiographers as well as the physician in learning specific areas of the Fluoroscopic Image Intensifier such as:
This easy-to-consult guide examines the most advanced techniques in the radiological evaluation of the disc and degenerative disc disease, using conventional, functional, dynamic and advanced imaging. It provides clear information on a range of CT, X-ray, and MRI guided techniques, presents all disc treatments in connection with symptomatic disc herniations, evaluates conservative, chemical (ESI, steroid, Ozone, ethanol gel injections) and physical treatments (coblation, laser, decompressors, endoscopy), and assesses the possibility of repairing and/or regenerating the disc in the context of reversible disc degeneration. Like other books in the Springer series New Procedures in Spinal Interventional Neuroradiology, this practice-oriented volume will fill a significant gap in the literature and meet the need expressed by many specialists (interventional neuroradiologists and radiologists, neurosurgeons, and orthopedists) for a topical and handy guide that specifically illustrates the currently available materials and methods.