Ideal for trainees and practicing radiologists, Diagnostic Imaging: Gastrointestinal, 3rd Edition provides comprehensive coverage of every important topic in abdominal and gastrointestinal imaging. Featuring an increased number of illustrations, graphics, and multimodality imaging, this updated medical reference book will aid you in recognizing the characteristic and variant appearances of both common and uncommon abdominal disorders. User-friendly bulleted text and a uniform chapter layout allow fast and effortless access to the crucial knowledge you need!
- Expanded coverage of the most important topics and trends in fluoroscopic evaluation of the GI tract, including evaluation of patients before and after bariatric surgery, fundoplication, and surgery for esophageal carcinoma.
- Updated sections covering disorders of the liver, biliary tract, and pancreas with information and images regarding new classification and treatment implications for pancreatitis, including autoimmune (IgG4-related) pancreatitis.
- Increased number of illustrations of all appropriate imaging modalities, such as multiplanar CT, sonography, MR, and PET/CT.
- Offers information on all forms of acute and chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis, as well as critical knowledge regarding imaging techniques that allow radiologists to distinguish among focal lesions in the cirrhotic liver.
- Essential information is distilled into a succinct, bulleted format with numerous high-quality images and "Key Facts" boxes to facilitate learning.
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Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California
iva Raman is a faculty member and assistant professor of diagnostic radiology at Johns Hopkins University with a subspecialty focus on thoracoabdominal cross-sectional imaging. He joined the Hopkins faculty in 2011 following the completion of a diagnostic radiology residency at the University of Washington and an abdominal imaging fellowship (CT, MRI, US) at Stanford. His clinical and research interests are focused on the imaging and staging of pancreatic malignancies, with a particular focus and expertise in the imaging of pancreatic cancer and other pancreatic disorders. He also carries a strong interest in medical education, having served as the associate residency program director for the Johns Hopkins diagnostic radiology residency from 2011-2014.
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
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