diagnostic imaging of child abuse

paul k. kleinman

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this updated edition of the leading text on the imaging of child abuse and its imitators combines radiographic images with pathologic correlates of inflicted injuries. presented in full color for the first time, it contains many new photomicrographs and clinical images of bone scintigraphy, ct, mri and sonography. presenting radiologic findings in clinical, biomechanical and medicolegal contexts, a wealth of new material relating to extremity, thoracic, spinal and intracranial injuries is included. chapters on intracranial (extra-axial and parenchymal), visceral and miscellaneous injuries, and mri physics have been revised and expanded, while new chapters cover disorders of calcium and phosphorus metabolism and an extended discussion of skeletal injury. complete with technical discussions explaining the physical principles and instrumentation of imaging equipment, this is essential reading for radiologists, pediatricians, forensic pathologists and emergency room physicians. additionally, it will be of interest to a wide array of legal professionals.show more

pediatric radiology the requisites

michele walters

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this third edition of pediatric radiology-a volume in the requisites in radiology series-covers everything from basic principles of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies through cutting-edge techniques. expert authors johan g. blickman, md, phd and patrick d. barnes, md are now joined by bruce r. parker, md to provide the latest advances in pediatric radiology in a convenient, quick-access format with high-quality images. this edition features a greater emphasis on differential diagnosis, neuron functional imaging, and coverage of the dynamic topic of cardiac mr. you'll have everything you need to succeed in radiology examinations, subspecialty rotations, and clinical practice.show more

recognizing child abuse in radiology 2017

alan e. oestreich

description

this book is both a personal review of experience in the diagnosis of child abuse and its differential diagnosis, intended to instruct beginners, and a reliable source of information for the more experienced health care provider. emphasis is placed on normal findings that simulate abuse, true and false diagnoses of metabolic bone disease as the cause of fractures, abusive head trauma, and the problem of zealous abuse-denying "experts." plain radiography is emphasized, with appropriate mention of, ultrasound, ct, mri, – in detecting childhood abuse is clearly explained, and individual chapters focus on neuroradiological evaluation and the radiological assessment of abdominal, thoracic, and subcutaneous abnormalities. guidance is provided on how to exclude a range of alternative diagnoses, on the documentation of concerns over potential abuse, and on the needs of the clinician in relation to the radiologist. recognizing child abuse in radiology will be of value for radiologists in training and practice, for health care workers, and for other interested professionals.show more

pediatric imaging the essentials

teresa chapman

master the key concepts that are critical to the practice of pediatric radiology! ideal as a quick refresher for experienced radiologists as well as an efficient learning tool for residents, this new text puts indispensable information at your fingertips in a practical, high-yield format. more than 1,300 superb illustrations highlight the "essentials" of the field – information that is vital to understanding the wide variety of pathologies seen in pediatric imaging. key features *detailed imaging studies, including radiography, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, ct, mri, and ultrasound, accompany concise guidance on the primary pathologies that affect children.*recent updates on disease classification systems and new terminology keep you up to date, and clinical management strategies and the purpose of diagnostic imaging protocols ensure that you can apply what you're learned in practice.*
coverage of every essential area of pediatric radiology, including upper and lower airway obstruction, congenital lung lesions, chest trauma, upper gi obstruction, abdominal wall disorders, congenital urinary tract abnormalities, multicystic renal disease, skeletal trauma, bone and soft tissue tumors, vascular and traumatic brain injury, and much more.*learning objectives and summary points in each chapter help you focus your study, references are provided for further in-depth learning, and information is subdivided within organ systems, consistent with the resident curriculum set forth by the society for pediatric radiology.*over 100 multiple-choice questions, all consistent with current certification exams, reinforce important concepts and facilitate self-assessment.* perfect for practicing radiologists, pediatricians, pediatric subspecialists, pediatric surgeons, family practitioners, fellows, and residents on clinical rotations.now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive ebook edition, which can be ed to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:*complete content with enhanced navigation*powerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that pull results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web*cross-linked pages, references, and more for easy navigation*highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text* ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues*quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use

imaging of pediatric chest an atlas

by gupta arun kumar, bhalla ashu seith, jana manisha9789351527817

the framework of the body of children and adults is different. the range of conditions including the pediatric chest is particular from the spectrum found in the adults. still there are some similarities between adults and children. there are several distinct entities, which are peculiar to children. imaging plays an important role in all specialties. chest radiograph is the most generally performed system in most radiology divisions. basics of radiology are important for the pediatricians. this book is comprehensive text on pediatric chest imaging. it includes detailed explanations on chest radiograph interpretation, ultrasound techniques, neonatal respiratory distress and causes, approach, and various other aspects. the book also discusses various abnormalities examined by imaging. diseases such as tuberculosis, airway diseases, interstitial lung diseases that are involved in abnormalities of the body are studied by imaging techniques are discussed.

diagnostic pediatric ultrasound

by erik j.a. beek, rick r. van rijn

marked by a consistent, easy-to-follow structure and

thousands of supporting illustrations, diagnostic pediatric ultrasound

is the

complete go-to reference for daily practice. it clearly shows why ultrasound

is the pediatric imaging modality of first choice, offering safe, non-invasive,

high-quality results that lead to an accurate diagnosis. providing a wide range

of normal reference images for comparison with pathologic findings, the book is

essential for any clinician using ultrasonography in pediatric care.

special features:

  • organized, didactic chapter structure that includes a

    concise introduction, indications for ultrasound, examination techniques, normal

    anatomy and variants, measurement tables of developing organs, and descriptions

    of pathologic findings for every anatomic region and organ system

  • nearly

    1700 high-quality images that depict all conditions in exquisite detail

  • unique tips from the pros that offer practical insights gained through actual

    clinical experience with pediatric patients

  • hundreds of current references for further reading
  • instructive

    ultrasound video clips available on thieme media center 

complete with advice for creating a child-friendly

environment, examining infants and children, communicating with parents, and

diagnosing complex cases, diagnostic pediatric ultrasound

makes a major contribution to the field. it will increase

the know-ledge and skills of all pediatric and general radiologists, radiology

residents, pediatricians, and other specialists who use ultrasound to care for

this sensitive population.

pediatric radiology casebase

pediatric radiology casebaseby james / braswell / glasier / greenberg / seibert

an updated case-based text on pediatric radiology

pediatric radiology casebase, second edition, is a highly anticipated revision of a bestselling board exam review and clinical reference. each detailed case presentation explains the decision making behind the diagnosis, helping pediatric radiologists and residents easily manage similar cases in their daily practice.

key features:

  • almost 700 completely updated, state-of-the-art images accompany the cases
  • self-study format allows readers to make their own diagnoses and compare them to the explanations provided with each case
  • complete coverage of congenital, developmental, and metabolic disorders as well as pediatric syndromes and interventional procedures
  • access to practical, dynamic imaging findings in video format on thieme’s media center is included

presenting a wide variety of cases, from the simple to the complex, this book is an ideal study guide for residents as well as an excellent reference for practicing radiologists.

imaging trauma and polytrauma in pediatric patients

by vittorio miele (editor), margherita trinci (editor)
this book provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of the role of diagnostic imaging in the assessment and management of trauma and polytrauma in children. the coverage includes imaging of injuries to the head, thorax, abdomen, bone and musculoskeletal system, with careful attention to the newest imaging techniques, imaging during the course of recovery and imaging of complications. a series of illustrative cases underline the prognostic value of imaging. in addition, an individual chapter is devoted to diagnostic imaging in cases of child abuse. the book concludes by discussing informed consent and medicolegal issues related to the imaging of pediatric traumatic emergencies. imaging trauma and polytrauma in pediatric patients will be invaluable in enabling radiologists and clinicians to identify the main features and signs of injuries on a wide range of imaging techniques, including x-ray, ultrasonography, computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.

pediatric sonography edition 4

by marilyn j. siegel (editor)

pediatric sonography, fourth edition gives you a complete working knowledge of the latest scanning technologies and the clinical applications of ultrasound in pediatric and adolescent patients. readers will find just the guidance they need to determine the most appropriate imaging method for evaluating a specific clinical problem, conduct the sonographic examination, and interpret the findings. the book shows the sonographic appearance of normal anatomy and disease processes within each organ system and points out technical and interpretive artifacts and errors that can affect evaluations.

this edition features more than 1,800 clear, sharp images, including over 300 full-color images throughout. other highlights include a new chapter on breast sonography, discussions of the uses and limitations of mobile instrumentation, and expanded coverage of ultrasound-guided interventional procedures.

the book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

radiology case review series pediatric

by arie franco m.d., jacques f. schneider m.d.

more than 200 pediatric cases deliver the best board review possible!

part of mcgraw-hill’s radiology case review series, this unique resource challenges you to look at a group of images, determine the diagnosis, answer related questions, and gauge your knowledge by reviewing the answer. it all adds up to the best review of pediatric imaging available—one that’s ideal for certification or recertification, or as an incomparable clinical refresher.

distinguished by a cohesive 2-page design, each volume in this series is filled with cases, annotated images, questions & answers, pearls, and relevant literature references that will efficiently prepare you for virtually any exam topic. radiology and pediatric residents and fellows, medical students, radiologists, and physicians who want to increase their knowledge of pediatric radiology will find this book to be an invaluable study partner.

radiology case review series features:

  • 200 cases for each volume, which consist of:
  • precise, state-of-the-art images accompanied by questions and answers, descriptions of the entities, insightful clinical pearls, and reference lists
  • intensive coverage of fundamental radiology principles, the latest diagnostic imaging techniques, radiology equipment, new technologies, and more
  • unique 2-page format for each case, which features:
  • images with 5 questions on the right-hand page
  • informative, bulleted comments box that provides important additional context for each case
  • cases organized and coded by difficulty level allowing you to evaluate your proficiency before progressing to the next level

pearls and pitfalls in pediatric imaging variants and other difficult diagnoses

by heike e. daldrup-link (editor), beverley newman (editor)
this collection of over 90 highly-illustrated case studies explores major and confusing problems in pediatric imaging. all relevant imaging modalities are covered, including ultrasound, conventional radiography, fluoroscopy, ct, mr, nuclear and molecular imaging, and interventional radiology. the authors present a strategy for recognizing key information in order to reach an accurate diagnosis, and each case includes differential diagnoses and key teaching points, alerting the reader to common pitfalls in the interpretation of pediatric radiological images. this is a highly valuable resource for trainee pediatric radiologists, and general radiologists who encounter pediatric patients. it will particularly help people preparing for exams, including the core exam, the certifying exam or caq exams, as well as pediatric radiologists who want to refresh their knowledge on particular topics. it will also be of interest to pediatricians who wish to improve their diagnostic proficiency and understanding of imaging studies.

imaging of the newborn infant and young child edition 5

by leonard e. swischuk

the new edition of this popular textbook of pediatric radiology presents a clear and concise overview of pediatric disease in the neonate, infant, and young child. organized by organ system, each chapter covers normal anatomy and variations, congenital anomalies, and common disease processes. many normal films are included as a basis for understanding pathology and recognizing normal variants that are easily confused with abnormal findings. new to the fifth edition: an appendix of differential diagnosis/summary tables for quick reference, expanded chapters on the abdomen and head, and material on 3-d imaging and hrct.

“…the fourth edition of the classic work by world-renowned dr. swischuk is completely updated and now covers the entire pediatric age group, including the older child…many new illustrations and all mr, ct, and ultrasounds improved.”

diagnostic imaging pediatrics published by amirsys

by lane f. donnelly

amirsys is pleased to introduce the 2nd edition of the bestselling diagnostic imaging: pediatrics. in this fully revised and updated new edition, dr. lane donnelly and his team of renowned physicians skillfully guide the reader through the intricacies of pediatric radiology. organized by organ system, this book includes fast-reading, bulleted sections on airway, chest, cardiac, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, musculoskeletal, brain, spine, and head and neck. the chapters in these sections include essential diagnostic information for over 365 diagnoses, including normal variants and post-procedural appearances. this volume prominently features over 2,500 new images, including mr, ct, us, and professionally designed, anatomically correct medical illustrations. each image is annotated with critical diagnostic information. hallmarks of this new edition include prose introductions to each chapter, cancer staging tables, additional diagnoses, more images, and updated references. building upon the solid foundation of the first edition, this most recent volume of diagnostic imaging: pediatrics is set to become the new gold standard of pediatric radiology imaging texts. 

iap textbook of pediatric radiology

author: kesavan tm ananda, venkateswaran s, vijayalakshmi g, verma anoop, ahamed m zulfikar, vasudev anand s, nandakumaran tk, sukumaran tu

this book is a unique source of information on conventional pediatric radiology. in this era where newer modalities of imaging like ultrasonogram, ct, mri are gaining more importance, books focusing on clinical pediatric radiology are less, especially in developing countries such as india. cover classified the chapters system-wise so that the search can be made more easy. all systems including neonatology have been elaborated in a clinically oriented approach. there is also a chapter on rare and interesting case scenarios. the value of this book is further enhanced as all the authors are pediatric veterans who are also the renowned teachers in various medical colleges in india. with the limited time available to the practitioners, the ability to quickly obtain updated information is an absolute necessity. this book would be of immense help for ug and pg students, practicing pediatricians and teaching faculties alike.

pediatric body imaging with advanced mdct and mri an issue of radiologic clinics of north america

by edward y lee
the whole of pediatric imaging is covered in this issue edited by edward lee of the children’s hospital in boston. topics include genitourinary imaging evaluation, pediatric hepatobiliary mr imaging, clinical application of 3d and 4d mri vascular imaging, ct pulmonary angiography, vascular anomalies, static and functional mdct and mr imaging evaluation of tracheobronchomalacia, cartilage imaging, mr imaging of pediatric muscular disorders, and mr imaging of rheumatologic diseases.

pediatric radiology rotations in radiology

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  • janet reid (editor),
  • william davros (editor),
  • angelisa paladin (editor),
  • edward lee (editor),
  • caroline carrico (editor)

 

presented in a concise and readable format, pediatric radiology provides a comprehensive review of 120 pathologies commonly encountered by practicing radiologists and residents. as part of the rotations in radiology series, this volume offers a guided approach to imaging diagnosis with a constant depth of coverage, a structured template, and incorporation of applied physics, distinguishing it from other texts in the field. a definition is given for each pathology in this volume, followed by: demographics, clinical presentation, imaging modalities and features, imaging algorithm, applied physics, differential diagnoses and pitfalls, and a bulleted summary of key points. designed for point-of-care use while training on a specific rotation, as well as for exam review and ongoing reference, pediatric radiology is the perfect tool to impart to residents, as well as to refresh for practitioners, the essential facts of common pathologies and the various modalities used to interpret them.

 

pediatric imaging essentials radiography ultrasound ct and mri in neonates and children

pediatric imaging essentialsby

  • michael riccabona

for all radiologists diagnosing infants and children, knowledge of best practices in pediatric imaging is essential to successful, high-quality results. this informative, reader-friendly text covers current guidelines and key topics in the field, including choice of modality, equipment and dosages, child-specific diseases, and safety factors. it is invaluable for all specialists who diagnose and manage this sensitive, highly targeted population.

special features:

  • explores the use of all standard imaging modalities in children vs. adults, especially in regard to ultrasound, ct, and mri
  • supplies more than 600 clear, clinically relevant images to help in visualizing every concept, including imaging of suspected child abuse
  • shows how to adapt examination protocols and equipment requirements for the specialized needs of pediatric patients
  • describes important safety protection measures in children utilizing the alara principle of radiation exposure (as low as reasonably achievable)
  • summarizes a wide array of pediatric diseases and disorders in a quick, checklist format, including clinical features, imaging findings, differential diagnosis, associated syndromes, and treatment recommendations for each
  • includes lists of indications, summary tables, flowcharts of imaging protocols, case studies, and quiz questions to test your knowledge

discussing differences in body proportions, heart and respiratory rates, skeletal structure, and more, this book provides a fundamental understanding of imaging in infants and children as compared to adults. it is an ideal practice-oriented reference for residents, fellows in pediatric radiology, general radiologists, and students preparing for the pediatric sections of the national and international specialty examinations in radiology.

pediatric ent radiology medical radiology diagnostic imaging

by 41nk6wd9oll

  • susan j. king (editor),
  • anne e. boothroyd (editor),
  • a.l. baert (foreword)

 

a comprehensive, authoritative and accessible textbook of imaging of the ear, nose and throat in children. each of the 25 chapters is devoted to a particular disorder or imaging technique. both usual and unusual aspects of imaging are presented, and use of the latest imaging techniques is described. it is also unique in drawing together information from the radiology and clinical ent literature. all of the authors are radiologists or other healthcare professionals who see and treat large numbers of children. they include distinguished experts from north america, europe and asia, ensuring that a global overview of the subject is provided.

this is a comprehensive textbook of imaging of the ear, nose and throat in children. each of the 25 chapters is devoted to a particular disorder or imaging technique. both usual and unusual aspects of imaging are presented, and use of the latest imaging techniques is described. the book is also unique in drawing together information from the radiology and clinical ent literature. all of the authors are radiologists or other healthcare professionals who see and treat large numbers of children. they include distinguished experts from north america, europe and asia, ensuring that a global overview of the subject is provided. this book will be of great value as an easy-to-use reference for radiologists in training, practising radiologists, ear, nose and throat surgeons in training, and practising ear, nose and throat clinicians.

pediatric ear diseases diagnostic imaging atlas and case reports

by 41erbjfe6ql

  • y. naito (author)

 

due to the complex anatomical structure of the temporal bone, imaging diagnosis requires a very high degree of expertise. this atlas is not only helpful to assess pediatric ear disorders accurately, but also provides a treasure trove to experts. it consists of a pediatric temporal bone imaging atlas followed by case reports of typical pediatric ear diseases. in the first part complete contiguous temporal bone ct sections of an infant and an older child are shown along with a detailed listing of anatomical names of the structures. it further presents developmental changes in size, shape, location and orientation of the primary components of the temporal bone. the second part contains case images in combination with reference illustrations of a healthy child in the same age range allowing the reader to identify the key findings of the disorder with only one reference book at hand. further images illustrate the posttreatment follow-up. this publication which is translated from the successful japanese edition (2011) will be essential for otorhinolaryngologists and pediatricians particularly interested in pediatric ear diseases. its unique layout makes it also a very effective tool for students learning image diagnosis.

 

transfontanellar doppler imaging in neonates medical radiology diagnostic imaging

transfontanellar doppler imaging in neonatesby

  • a. couture (author),
  • c. veyrac (author),
  • f. brunelle (preface),
  • a.l. baert (foreword)

 

 

this book examines in detail the role of transfontanellar pulsed and color doppler imaging in the fetus and neonate. after an introductory chapter on the technical aspects of doppler ultrasonography, its use in the normal neonate is considered. results of the hemodynamic evaluation of 491 newborns aged from 32 weeks of gestation to 9 months by means of pulsed and color doppler are reported. normal values of the resistive index as determined by this technique are documented, and systolic, diastolic, and mean velocities in seven different vessels are presented. it is concluded that doppler ultrasonography enables reliable analysis of arterial and venous velocities. subsequent chapters examine the use of transfontanellar doppler imaging in a variety of commonly encountered pathological conditions, including intracranial hemorrhage, hydrocephalus, hypoxic-ischemic brain damage, pericerebral collections, sinus thrombosis, intacranial infections and brain malformations.

 

imaging of newborn 2nd edition

imaging of the newbornby

  • haresh kirpalani (editor),
  • monica epelman (editor),
  • john richard mernagh (editor)

 

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.

 

imaging endocrine diseases in children

imaging endocrine diseases in childrenby

  • avni, fred

this book is a unique resource that will help pediatric radiologists, pediatricians, and pediatric endocrinologists to optimize the work-up and treatment of pediatric patients with endocrine disorders. acclaimed experts in the field present and discuss the imaging findings obtained in disorders of the various endocrine systems, including the hypothalamo-pituitary axis, the thyroid and parathyroids, the adrenals, and the pancreas. detailed advice is also provided on the assessment of bone growth and on imaging of the fetal glands, ambiguous genitalia, and the female pelvis in the context of precocious puberty. throughout, care is taken to highlight characteristic findings and diagnostic clues. all of the currently used imaging techniques are covered, with clear explanation of their benefits and limitations. the informative text is supported by a wealth of high-quality illustrations, the large majority of them in color.

  • presents the imaging findings obtained in disorders of the various endocrine systems
  • discusses the role of all the currently used imaging techniques
  • wealth of high-quality illustrations
  • ideal resource for pediatric radiologists, pediatricians, and pediatric endocrinologists

pediatric imaging rapid fire questions and answers

pediatric imaging rapid fire questionsby

  • frank quattromani
  • gilbert a. handal
  • richard lampe

from airway diseases to vascular anomalies, this book provides a comprehensive overview of common and rare problems in all areas of pediatric radiology. for each disease process, the book tests your knowledge of etiology, embryology, genetics, gender considerations, and imaging findings.

features:

  • 3,430 questions and answers presented in a rapid-fire, test yourself two-column format
  • broad coverage of pediatric pathology from a radiologic and clinical perspective
  • alphabetic organization of subject matter within each chapter to aid rapid location of topics of interest

this q&a book provides thorough preparation for board examination and recertification exams in radiology, pediatrics, and nursing. residents will find the book to be an indispensable tool for preparing to handle difficult, rapid-fire questioning by chief residents and attendings.

direct diagnosis in radiology pediatric imaging

pediatric imaging dxby

  • staatz / honnef / piroth / radkow

dx-direct is a series of eleven thieme books covering the main subspecialties in radiology. it includes all the cases you are most likely to see in your typical working day as a radiologist. for each condition or disease you will find the information you need — with just the right level of detail.

dx-direct gets to the point: – definitions, epidemiology, etiology, and imaging signs – typical presentation, treatment options, course and prognosis – differential diagnosis, tips and pitfalls, and key references

…all combined with high-quality diagnostic images.

whether you are a resident or a trainee, preparing for board examinations or just looking for a superbly organized reference: dx-direct is the high-yield choice for you!

the series covers the full spectrum of radiology subspecialties including:

  • brain
  • gastrointestinal
  • cardiac
  • breast
  • urogenital
  • spinal
  • head and neck
  • musculoskeletal
  • pediatric
  • thoracic
  • vascular

pediatric ultrasound how why and when 2nd edition

pediatric ultrasound how why and whenby

  • rose de bruyn, mbbch, dmrd, frcr, consultant paediatric radiologist, radiology department, great ormond street hospital for children nhs trust, london, uk

pediatric ultrasound is different to adult ultrasound in all respects. the equipment chosen for pediatric work has different requirments, the technique of scanning is different, the normal anatomy changes throughout childhood and the pathology encountered in childhood are unique to children. this book addresses the ‘how’, ‘why’ and ‘when’ of pediatric ultrasound. each chapter begins with the ‘how’: how to scan and what special techniques or tricks to use when scanning children. the ‘why’ and ‘when’ discuss the pathology and use of other imaging modalities – an essential skill in pediatric radiology where the limitation of both radiation exposure and number of examinations is of paramount importance.

key features

  • accessible, step-by-step approach
  • covers the practical aspects of scanning, as well as the role, value and limitations of ultrasound in diagnosing different diseases
  • written at a level suitable for both students and practitioners

the teaching files pediatric expert consult online and print 1e

by teaching files: pediatric

  • sarah milla (author),
  • sarah bixby md (author)

drs. sarah milla and sarah bixby’s the teaching files: pediatrics provides you with interesting and well-presented clinical findings and images so you can better diagnose any pediatric disease. an easy-to-use, templated organization makes referencing difficult diagnoses easier than ever before. discussions of today’s modalities and technologies keep you up to date, and challenging diagnostic questions probe your knowledge of the material. plus, with expert consult functionality, you can access the full text and illustrations online from any internet-accessible computer.

    • make an informed diagnosis using findings from approximately 400 cases with 2,000 illustrations.
    • access the full text online, all of the book’s illustrations, and links to medline for convenient referencing anytime, anywhere.
    • test your knowledge and gain easy recall using on/off functionality for online images.
    • keep current in your practice with discussions of the most up-to-date radiologic modalities and technologies.
    • get suggested readings of the most important references for more information on specific topics.
    • review discussions of similar cases and resolve challenging diagnostic questions.

reference demographics/clinical history, findings, discussion, characteristic/clinical features, radiologic findings, differential diagnosis, and suggested readings for every case.

caffeys pediatric diagnostic imaging 2 volume set 11e volume ii

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  • thomas l. slovis md (author),
  • brian d. coley md (author, editor),
  • dorothy i. bulas (editor),
  • eric n. faerber (editor),
  • brent h. adler md (editor),
  • marta hernanz-schulman (editor),
  • peter j. strouse (editor),
  • david a. bloom md (editor),
  • james s. donaldson (editor),
  • donald p. frush md (editor)

since 1945, this classic reference has offered the world’s most comprehensive coverage of all areas of interest to the radiologist who deals with children. the completely revised 11th edition continues this tradition of excellence, covering anatomy, embryology, and physiology as well as all imaging modalities from x-ray to cutting-edge multislice cardiac ct, mri, and ct-pet. you’ll also find new sections on cardiac, pericardial, and abdominal imaging as well as interventional radiology. online access to all 10,000 of the book’s phenomenal illustrations allows you to rapidly search for diseases by image, incorporate images into your own presentations, and consult an appendix of essential facts, figures, and measurements. this book truly is a must-have reference for any radiologist who works with pediatric patients.

  • many non-radiologists discuss their goals for imaging and how we can help them.
  • state-of-the-art discussions of the latest imaging techniques help you determine the best modality for each patient.
  • more than 10,000 high-quality radiologic images-40% new to this edition-cover all the latest modalities.
  • handy “teaching boxes” highlight key points in each chapter-giving you the information you need, fast.
  • online access to all 10,000 of the book’s phenomenal illustrations allows you to rapidly search for diseases by image, incorporate images into your own presentations, and consult an online appendix of essential facts, figures, and measurements.
  • detailed videos and self-assessment questions online help you hone your interpretation skills.
  • a new “cardiac” section with chapters from cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, and radiologists, addresses all issues relevant to this challenging area.
  • a new “interventional radiology” section covers everything you need to know about today’s interventional techniques.
  • new associate editors and many new contributors provide abundant fresh perspectives on the clinical problems you face.
  • a new organization makes key information easier to find, and an appendix provides easy reference to fast facts and measurements that are hard to find in other sources.

pediatric radiology the requisites 3e

by pediatric radiology: the requisites

  • johan g. blickman md phd facr (author),
  • bruce r. parker md (author),
  • patrick d. barnes md (author)

this third edition of pediatric radiology-a volume in the requisites in radiology series-covers everything from basic principles of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies through cutting-edge techniques. expert authors johan g. blickman, md, phd and patrick d. barnes, md are now joined by bruce r. parker, md to provide the latest advances in pediatric radiology in a convenient, quick-access format with high-quality images. this edition features a greater emphasis on differential diagnosis, neuron functional imaging, and coverage of the dynamic topic of cardiac mr. you’ll have everything you need to succeed in radiology examinations, subspecialty rotations, and clinical practice.

  • provides comprehensive yet concise coverage of the core material fundamental to this subspecialty for learning and quick reference.
  • presents material in a logical anatomic sequence, organized by organ system with eight chapters covering an overview of pediatric imaging, chest, heart, gastrointestinal tract, accessory organs of digestion, genitourinary tract, the skeletal system, and neuroimaging.
  • features a multi-modality approach to provide you with the most common imaging approaches tailored to each organ system.
  • emphasizes that pediatric diagnosis is a distinct specialty, as opposed to an aberration from standard adult diagnosis.
  • includes tables, boxes, pearls, key concepts, and differential diagnosis throughout the text to make key material accessible and easy to reference.
  • presents expanded coverage-by more than 20%-on the basics of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies of infants and children so you get an even more comprehensive guide that still maintains its concise format.
  • reflects the advances and changes in the field through extensive updates to many of the images and all the chapters, tables, boxes, faqs, and pearls & pitfalls.
  • provides new insights from additional co-author bruce r. parker, md-a respected authority in the field-for new approaches to the material.
  • features an increased emphasis on neuron functional imaging to highlight the recent developments in this area.
  • includes more differential diagnosis and integrates the diagnosis of emergency conditions throughout out the text so you can quickly and easily identify conditions accurately.
  • captures the prominent and fast-moving area of cardiac mr to keep you abreast of hot new technologies.