Chest radiology is the most commonly-used investigation method for pulmonary diseases. Accurate interpretation by radiologists is essential, in order to diagnose and manage disorders effectively. This atlas is a concise guide to chest radiology for residents and clinicians. Beginning with an introduction to anatomy, the book presents state of the art chest X-Ray, CT, MRI and PET scan images for numerous medical conditions. The book offers a clear understanding of how to recognise and interpret basic radiological signs, pathologies and patterns for differential diagnosis. A photo CD ROM is included to enhance the numerous well-illustrated X-Rays, CT and MRI scans in the atlas, making it an invaluable, hands-on reference for the evaluation of chest images. Key points Concise guide to chest radiology for residents and clinicians Presents numerous chest X-Rays, CT, MRI and PET scan images for chest diseases and disorders Offers clear understanding of radiological signs, pathologies and patterns to assist differential diagnosis Includes photo CD ROMA small effusion will, therefore, tend to collect posteriorly, however, a lateral decubitus view is the most sensitive film to detect small quantity of free pleural effusion (as small as 50 ml). 100a200 ml of pleural fluid is required to be seen aboveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jaypee Gold Standard Mini Atlas Series: Chest Radiology|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2013-07-30|