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Essentials of Pediatric Radiology
A Multimodality Approach

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Karl Schneider, Beverley Newman, Laura Varich, Alison Meadows, Sandra Wootton-Gorges, Harvey Teo, David Stringer, Kate M. Park, Catherine M. Owens, Jane Kim, Soonme Cha, Heike E. Daldrup-Link, Robert Goldsby, Kevin M. Baskin, Charles R. Fitz, Max Wintermark, John J. Crowley, Paul Babyn, Keith A. Kronemer, Thomas E. Herman, Soni Chawla, Donald P. Frush
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  • Date Published: October 2010
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521515214

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  • Essentials of Pediatric Radiology: A Multimodality Approach provides a concise overview of both basic and complex topics encountered by pediatric radiologists in their daily practice. Written by leading pediatric radiologists from renowned children's hospitals, it focuses particularly on multimodality imaging, covering the full gamut of radiologic diagnostic techniques, including conventional radiography and ultrasound, Doppler ultrasound, up-to-date CT and MRI techniques, and PET-CT. Each chapter is generously illustrated with high quality images, as well as graphs, tables, decision flowcharts and featured cases. Chapters are arranged according to pathologies, rather than organ systems, providing the reader with clinically-oriented information when employing ‘whole body' techniques or analysing scans involving multiple anatomical sites. The book is complemented by online presentations of cases as ‘unknowns', which enable readers to test their diagnostic proficiency. A key text for pediatric radiology fellows, radiology residents and general radiologists, this is also essential reading for all pediatricians.

    • Concise text with visually engaging format and numerous images, graphs, tables and flowcharts
    • Online presentation of unknown cases promotes learning and allows readers to test their diagnostic proficiency
    • Unique structure, organized according to pathologies, providing clinically focused information
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    'Essentials of Pediatric Radiology has indeed its well-know predecessors … However, pediatric radiology has evolved considerable since these standard texts and this new text book will provide excellent guidance, not only to practitioners in pediatric radiology, but also to pediatric medical residents whose rotations include pediatric services and care of children with enigmatic and complex problems … The text is most often written concisely and the images have been selected judiciously. Production is excellent, with high-quality typography and image reproduction … This book will be a key text for radiology fellows, radiology residents, and general radiologists, as well as for all pediatricians. It will find a comfortable spot on the library shelves of all radiology reading suites. It will help teaching colleagues in selecting material when preparing lessons for medical students and/or trainee radiologists. Overall grade: excellent.' Pediatric Radiology

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    Product details

    • Date Published: October 2010
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521515214
    • length: 420 pages
    • dimensions: 283 x 227 x 23 mm
    • weight: 1.7kg
    • contains: 949 b/w illus. 95 colour illus. 52 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. The normal child: growth and development of the infant and child – frequent and important normal variants Karl Schneider
    2. Neonatal imaging Beverley Newman and Laura Varich
    3. Congenital heart disease Alison Meadows
    4. Pediatric trauma Sandra Wootton-Gorges
    5. Non-traumatic pediatric emergencies Harvey Teo and David Stringer
    6. Infections, inflammations and HIV Kate M. Park and Catherine M. Owens
    7. Pediatric tumors Jane Kim, Soonme Cha, Heike E. Daldrup-Link and Robert Goldsby
    8. Ischemia in children Kevin M. Baskin, Charles R. Fitz, Max Wintermark and John J. Crowley
    9. Metabolic bone disorders Paul Babyn
    10. Skeletal dysplasias and syndromes Keith A. Kronemer and Thomas E. Herman
    11. Transplant imaging in children Paul Babyn
    12. Iatrogenic devices Soni Chawla
    13. Radiation protection in children undergoing medical imaging Donald P. Frush
    Index.

  • Editors

    Heike E. Daldrup-Link, University of California, San Francisco
    Heike E. Dalrup-Link is Associate Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, University of California, San Francisco, USA.

    Charles A. Gooding, University of California, San Francisco
    Charles A. Gooding is Professor Emeritus of Radiology and Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco, USA.

    Contributors

    Karl Schneider, Beverley Newman, Laura Varich, Alison Meadows, Sandra Wootton-Gorges, Harvey Teo, David Stringer, Kate M. Park, Catherine M. Owens, Jane Kim, Soonme Cha, Heike E. Daldrup-Link, Robert Goldsby, Kevin M. Baskin, Charles R. Fitz, Max Wintermark, John J. Crowley, Paul Babyn, Keith A. Kronemer, Thomas E. Herman, Soni Chawla, Donald P. Frush

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