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ExpertDDx: Abdomen and Pelvis, 2nd
Reach an accurate, clinically useful differential diagnosis with expert assistance from this unique resource. ExpertDDx: Abdomen and Pelvis presents the most useful differential diagnoses for each region of the abdomen and pelvis, grouped according to anatomic location, generic imaging findings, modality-specific findings, or clinical-based indications. Each differential diagnosis includes several high-quality, succinctly annotated images; a list of diagnostic possibilities sorted as common, less common, and rare but important; and brief, bulleted text offering helpful diagnostic clues. With coverage of 200 of the most common diagnostic challenges in abdominal and pelvic imaging, this reference is a must-have resource for every practicing radiologist and trainee.
- Brief, bulleted text offers helpful diagnostic clues in a useful distilled format
- Guides radiologists toward logical, on-target differential diagnoses based on key imaging findings and clinical information
New to this Edition
- Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices
- Guides you toward logical, on-target differential diagnoses based on key imaging findings and clinical information
- Features new contributors, hundreds of new images, and new chapters in the abdominal section, including more chapters on stent ultrasound and MR-based differential diagnoses
- Includes a completely new section on pelvic disorders that provides expert assistance in many challenging areas, such as distinguishing among the many causes of cystic and solid masses in the female pelvis
- Contains more chapters of ultrasound-based tables of differential diagnosis
- Covers hot topics such as cystic pancreatic mass, cystic pelvic mass, mesenteric infiltration ("misty mesentery"), and segmental or diffuse small bowel wall thickening
By Michael P Federle, MD, FACR, Professor and Associate Chair for Education, Department of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California ; Mitchell E Tublin, MD, Professor and Vice Chair of Radiology, Section Chief of Abdominal Imaging, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Siva P Raman, MD, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
"This work provides a very practical approach to organ and modality based imaging. It is comprehensive, yet of a size that can be easily read during a month-long resident rotation. It is a must have in every reading room."
-Tara Catanzano, MD (Baystate Medical Center) Doody's Score: 100 - 5 Stars!
|Autor||Michael P Federle & Mitchell E Tublin & Siva P Raman|
|Data de publicação||09/2016|