7 edition of Computed tomography of the thorax found in the catalog.
Inludes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David P. Naidich, Elias A. Zerhouni, Stanley S. Siegelman ; contributing author, Rogelio Moncada.|
|Contributions||Zerhouni, Elias A., Siegelman, Stanley S., 1932-, Moncada, Rogelio, 1933-|
|LC Classifications||RC941 .N27 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 326 p. :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||82042898|
Cone Beam Computed Tomography: A Clinician’s Guide to 3D Imaging is a concise, highly illustrated manual on this increasingly important form of imaging in dentistry. Divided into twelve chapters, the book begins with a history of Cone Beam Computed Tomography, followed by chapters on the physics and apparatus of CBCT and the need for CBCT in. The purpose of this study was to correlate the anatomic features of the normal thorax of neonatal foals identified by CTA, with anatomical sections and gross dissections. Contrast-enhanced transverse CTA images were obtained in three neonatal foals using a helical CT scanner. All sections were imaged with a bone, mediastinal, and lung windows setting.
Abstract. Advances in multidetector computed tomography (CT) technology have revolutionized thoracic imaging in children. Faster scanning times, increased anatomic coverage, and high quality reconstructions have enabled CT to become a valuable tool in the evaluation of thoracic Author: Shannon G. Farmakis, Marilyn J. Siegel. Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax 4th Edition PDF Free Download E-BOOK DESCRIPTION The thoroughly revised, updated Fourth Edition of this classic reference provides authoritative, current guidelines on chest imaging using state-of-the-art technologies, including multidetector CT, MRI, PET, and integrated CT-PET scanning.
Computed tomography (CT) provides a valuable new perspective in assessing abnormalities of the thorax. In the patient with a mediastinal mass or widening detected by plain chest radiography, a definitive diagnosis is sometimes possible which would not be obtainable by conventional noninvasive radiological techniques. In certain clinical situations, CT is a highly sensitive modality for. Other laboratory tests were within normal limits. She underwent a low-dose thoracic computed tomography (CT) examination for a suspected diagnosis of pneumonia. Thoracic CT examination showed scattered areas of ground-glass opacity in both hemithoraces, which had a nodular and patchy pattern (Fig. 1A, B).
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This is a great book for radiologists training in thoracic imaging. It perfectly illustrates chest anatomy and includes also the basics for cardiac imaging. This book does not focus so Cited by: The thoroughly revised, updated Fourth Edition of this classic reference provides authoritative, current guidelines on chest imaging using state-of-the-art technologies, including multidetector CT, MRI, PET, and integrated CT-PET scanning.
This edition features a brand-new chapter on cardiac imaging. Extensive descriptions of the use of PET have been added to the chapters on lung cancer, focal /5(2).
Book Sperber, M ; Kaiser, M C Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Thorax is an introductory text covering magnetic resources (MR) imaging of the heart, great vessels, mediastinum, hili, pulmonary nodules, pleura, and diaphragm.
The book opens with a brief discussion of MR physics. Resonance of the Thorax, this Second Edition integrates current MRI concepts into all areas of chest imaging and compares the clinical utility of Ct and MRi, particularly in the investigation of cardiovascular disease and thoracic neoplasia.
Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax 4th Edition Ebook Content The thoroughly revised, updated Fourth Edition of this classic reference provides authoritative, current guidelines on chest imaging using state-of-the-art technologies, including multidetector CT, MRI, PET, and integrated CT-PET scanning.
Critically acclaimed best seller on CT scanning techniques - now completely updated and expanded to include magnetic resonance imaging. This new 3-volume edition gives you everything you need to know about CT and MRI of the thorax and neck, musuloskeletal system, and abdomen.
Since the introduction of computed tomography (CT) scanning of the thorax inmuch information has accumulated, both in the United States and abroad. In some instances, contradictory results have been by: As in previous editions (under the title of Computer Tomography of the Thorax), the authors explain the methods of scanning, the anatomy of the thorax, and then take the reader through a series of chapters organised around the structures contained in the thorax rather than a traditional respiratory medicine breakdown based on disease categories.
Computed tomography (CT) of the thorax is more detailed than a chest x-ray. It is a noninvasive procedure used to enhance certain anatomic views of the lungs, heart, and mediastinal structures. It becomes invasive when a contrast medium is used.
During the procedure, the patient lies on a. The book offers a comprehensive and user-oriented description of the theoretical and technical system fundamentals of computed tomography (CT) for a wide readership, from conventional single-slice acquisitions to volume acquisition with multi-slice and cone-beam spiral CT.
Six years after its first edition, Computed Tomography: Principles, Design, Artifacts, and Recent Advances, Second Edition provides and updated overview of the evolution of CT, the mathematical and physical aspects of the technology, and the fundamentals of image reconstruction algorithms.
Computed tomography (CT) scans can detect pathology that may be missed on a conventional chest radiograph. Clinicians need to be aware of the potentially harmful radiation that patients are exposed to, with each individual CT scan that is performed.
The benefits and risks of i.v. contrast should be discussed with the radiologist before the scan. Get this from a library. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance of the thorax. [David P Naidich; Monvadi B Srichai;] -- Provides authoritative, current guidelines on chest imaging using state-of-the-art technologies, including multidetector CT, MRI.
BOOK REVIEWS Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax, 4th ed The intent of the authors is to provide a single accessible volume devoted to clinical thoracic imaging. The book is divided into nine chapters, which are organized around the major anatomic areas of the thorax, including the heart, great vessels and pulmonary.
Spiral and Multislice Computed Tomography of the Body Hardcover – January 1, by Aart J Prokop, Mathias, and Galanski, Michael, and Van Der Molen (Author) out of Reviews: 5.
Computed tomography (CT) of the thorax shows early promise of important diagnostic advances. We believe that CT often provides information superior to that provided by standard roentgenographic techniques, is capable of significantly influencing patient management, and in selected instances, offers unique information not available by other by: Computed tomography of the thorax.
New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Naidich, David P. Computed tomography of the thorax. New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David P Naidich; Elias A Zerhouni; Stanley S Siegelman; Rogelio Moncada.
Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the Thorax Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Classic Book Collection Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Core Reference Collection in Surgery. With the advent of multidetector-row technology, excitement has returned to computed tomography. Not only can we now image faster and with better resolution than ever before.
More importantly, the development of sophisticated image acquisition techniques has enabled us to venture into areas previously considered to be beyond the scope of CT imaging.
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Computed tomography (CT) scans are used extensively to investigate chest disease because of their cross-sectional perspective and superior contrast resolution compared with chest radiographs.
These advantages lead to a more accurate imaging assessment of thoracic disease.Computed tomography (CT) scans and cross-sections of the thorax of goats were preformed, photographed, and compared with each other.
The thorax was divided into three regions (cranial, middle, and caudal mediastinal regions). The shape and tomography of the thoracic .In the present issue of the Canadian Respiratory Journal, Turner et al (pages –) describe a prospective study of thoracic computed tomography (CT) scanning at Vancouver General Hospital (Vancouver, British Columbia).They essentially described the hospital’s workload of thoracic CT scans, and used a pre- and postscan questionnaire to assess the diagnostic impact of the scan findings Author: Nick R Anthonisen.