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Imaging of the Newborn

Imaging of the Newborn

2nd Edition

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Sara B. DeMauro, John Mernagh, Monica Epelman, Haresh Kirpalani, David Munson, David Millar, Jeffrey C. Hellinger, Mary M. K. Seshia, Maria Fraga, James Connolly, Holly Hedrick, Natalie Rintoul, Hiten Mehta, Claire Miller, Elaine Boyle, Garry Inglis, Michael A. Posencheg, David Cartwright, Kevin Meyers, Martin Reed, Saima Aftab, Anne Ades, Xing-Chang Wei, Aneal Khan, Eileen Y. Wang
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  • Date Published: November 2011
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521896269

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  • This fully revised new edition of a popular practical guide provides a concise introduction to radiology in neonates, covering the full range of problems likely to be encountered in the neonatal ICU. The material is presented in atlas format, with concise text descriptions to provide a quick overview of the indications, utility, appearances and interpretation of images of common neonatal pathology. Numerous high-quality images enable easy 'matching' with clinical cases faced by the reader. New to this edition: • Images updated throughout to reflect improvements in equipment and scanning techniques • Expanded chapters on cardiovascular problems, bone and prenatal ultrasound • New chapters on clinical utility of procedures, metabolic and inborn errors of metabolism, and antenatal diagnosis of common abnormalities Concise and practical, this is an essential training resource for all those who work in the neonatal ICU, including pediatric residents and trainees, junior radiologists and nurse practitioners.

    • Brief descriptions enable quick and easy reference
    • Image-rich resource walks the reader through interpretation and enables ready matching with clinical cases faced in the course of the reader's daily practice
    • Concise: enables reader to gain an overview of neonatal imaging in a few days
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    'The main asset of this extensively illustrated volume is its size, making it possible for the reader to get a reasonably good overview of neonatal imaging in a few days … Imaging of the Newborn is well organized, reasonably priced, and recommended for junior radiology residents, pediatric residents, clinicians involved in neonatology, and perhaps others caring for neonates, including physician assistants and nurses.' John C. Leonidas, American Journal of Radiology

    '… a handy guide that's packed with a lot of important and even essential information expertly laid out using text, images, charts, drawings, tables, and other visuals. A very valuable book … a must for any aspiring as well as practicing neonatologist, or any professional involved in the care of infants.' Nano Khilnani, Biz India

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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: November 2011
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521896269
    • length: 270 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 195 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.92kg
    • contains: 464 b/w illus. 46 colour illus. 8 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. Introduction to the principles of the radiological investigation of the neonate Sara B. DeMauro, John Mernagh, Monica Epelman and Haresh Kirpalani
    2. Evidence based use of diagnostic imaging: reliability and validity Sara B. DeMauro and Haresh Kirpalani
    3. The chest David Munson, Monica Epelman, David Millar and Haresh Kirpalani
    4. Neonatal congenital heart disease Jeffrey C. Hellinger and Mary M. K. Seshia
    5. Special considerations for neonatal ECMO Maria Fraga, James Connolly, Holly Hedrick and Natalie Rintoul
    6. The central nervous system Hiten Mehta, Monica Epelman, Claire Miller, John Mernagh and Elaine Boyle
    7. The gastrointestinal tract Garry Inglis, Michael A. Posencheg, John Mernagh and David Cartwright
    8. The kidney Kevin Meyers and Monica Epelman
    9. Some principles of in utero and postnatal formation of the skeleton Martin Reed, Saima Aftab and Anne Ades
    10. Metabolic diseases Xing-Chang Wei and Aneal Khan
    11. Catheters and tubes David Cartwright and Garry Inglis
    12. Routine prenatal screening during pregnancy Eileen Y. Wang, John Mernagh and Michael A. Posencheg
    13. Antenatal diagnosis of selected defects Michael A. Posencheg and Eileen Wang
    Index.

  • Editors

    Haresh Kirpalani, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Haresh Kirpalani is Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA, and Associate Member of the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

    Monica Epelman, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Monica Epelman is Assistant Professor of Radiology, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

    John Richard Mernagh, McMaster University, Ontario
    John Mernagh is Associate Professor of Radiology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

    Contributors

    Sara B. DeMauro, John Mernagh, Monica Epelman, Haresh Kirpalani, David Munson, David Millar, Jeffrey C. Hellinger, Mary M. K. Seshia, Maria Fraga, James Connolly, Holly Hedrick, Natalie Rintoul, Hiten Mehta, Claire Miller, Elaine Boyle, Garry Inglis, Michael A. Posencheg, David Cartwright, Kevin Meyers, Martin Reed, Saima Aftab, Anne Ades, Xing-Chang Wei, Aneal Khan, Eileen Y. Wang

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