What Radiology Residents Need to Know: Chest Radiology answers these needs by presenting the important information in bullet fashion, divided into convenient sub-units, such as “clinical information,” “imaging findings,” and “management.” In most cases, an individual pathological condition can be presented in one page or less. This book covers such topics as volume loss, pneumonia, pulmonary edema, inhalation diseases, and pulmonary, mediastinal, and pleural tumor imaging. In addition, it contains tips on approaching and interpreting chest radiographs and CT based on decades of practical experience and teaching residents at the work station.
With liberal use of illustrations in the text and an online bank of many more high-quality images, this book gives readers a comprehensive library of chest imaging scans and serves as an ideal guide for radiology residents.
The manual is organised by body region and provides valuable insight into -Patient pathology on MRI. Considerations when positioning both the patient and coil.Imaging planes. Anatomical image alignment.
This manual is a comprehensive highly visual reference to the planning and positioning of patients and coils in MR imaging. High quality imaging specific to patient pathology is encouraged through the focus on ‘considerations’ specific to coil and patient placement and imaging plane selection.Over 200 MR imagesFormulaic internal design assist use as clinical manual to MRI planningEvidence base provided where appropriate (cranial neurology)Image selection – assist learning principles that underpin good positioning and anatomical coverageExplores positioning of patient and coils specific to individual treatment requirementsEvolve website – image collection (over 200 MR images) and additional case studies