Index of Medical Imaging
June 2011, ©2011, Wiley-Blackwell
The Index consists of multiple lists, tables and discussions linked to (amongst others) radiography, CT, MRI and components such as radiological contrast agents, responses to contrast reactions, MRI safety. There is a glossary of terms and definitions plus a list of abbreviations that may be encountered within radiology. Tables are given that suggest the order and type of examination that should be performed as defined by the UK Royal College of Radiologists.
• Supports clinical decision-making
• Glossary of key terms and abbreviations
• Unique format that consists of multiple lists, tables and discussions
1 Positioning Terminology.
2 Digital Radiography Considerations.
3 Plain Radiography Projections.
4 Named Radiography Projections.
5 Procedures Using Contrast Agents +/– Fluoroscopy.
6 Mobile Radiography and Fluoroscopy.
7 Diagnostic Angiography.
8 Contrast Media, Emergency Drugs and Reaction Responses.
9 Computed Tomography Protocols.
10 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Safety.
11 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Sequences.
12 Typical Effective Doses from Diagnostic Medical Imaging Procedures.
13 Indicated Imaging.
14 Eponymous Injuries and Classification Systems.
Appendix 1 Common Radiological and Medical Abbreviations.
Appendix 2 Glossary of Common Terms for Medical Radiation Practice.
Appendix 3 Typical Normal Blood Values.
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