Detecting an abnormality is the first important step in radiological diagnosis. A thorough knowledge of how disease processes cause abnormal radiological appearances is needed to identify and interpret radiological images accurately. Radiology of the Chest and Related Conditions provides an extensive reference text and an accompanying database of images on CD-ROM. The book presents a comprehensive overview of the various disease processes affecting the chest and related abnormalities. It discusses biopsy and bronchography, as well as a variety of imaging techniques including radiography, fluoroscopy, tomography, and ultrasound. The text features helpful guidelines for the interpretation of radiological images, and an introduction to chest radiograph interpretation, basic anatomy, and physiology. Featuring over 8, 600 image files with corresponding case notes and descriptions, the companion CD-ROM includes a copy of the text and a complete list of references. This valuable set supplies a wealth of information for radiologists in practice and in training.The CD-ROM is particularly valuable as a very compact source of over 8, 660 teaching film files (about 12, 000 images allowing for ... the BOOK MANUAL and then selecting images from those shown in the illustration collection, as large a#39; thumbnailsa#39; on the monitor or ... Whilst most of the images were digitised using a Hewlett Packard transparency scanner, a few initially were acquired via Kodak PhotoCD.
|Title||:||Radiology of the Chest and Related Conditions|
|Author||:||F W Wright|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2001-12-20|