Radiology at a Glance, 2nd Edition
November 2017, ©2018, Wiley-Blackwell
Addressing the basic concepts of radiological physics and radiation protection, together with a structured approach to image interpretation, Radiology at a Glance is the perfect guide for medical students, junior doctors and radiologists.
Covering the radiology of plain films, fluoroscopy, CT, MRI, intervention, nuclear medicine, and mammography, this edition has been fully updated to reflect advances in the field and now contains new spreads on cardiac, breast and bowel imaging, as well as further information on interventional radiology.
Radiology at a Glance:
- Assumes no prior knowledge of radiology
- Addresses both theory and clinical practice through theoretical and case-based chapters
- Provides structured help in assessing which radiological procedures are most appropriate for specific clinical problems
- Includes increased image clarity
Supported by 'classic cases' chapters in each section, and presented in a clear and concise format, Radiology at a Glance is easily accessible whether on the ward or as a quick revision guide.
Foreword by Giles Maskell
Abbreviations and Terminology
About the Companion website
Part 1 Radiology physics
1 Plain X-ray (XR) imaging
3 Ultrasound (US)
4 Computed tomography (CT)
5 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Part 2 Radiology principles
6 Radiation protection and contrast agent precautions
7 Making a radiology referral
8 Which investigation: classic cases
Part 3 Plain XR imaging
9 CXR checklist and approach
10 CXR anatomy
11 CXR classic cases I
12 CXR classic cases II
13 CXR classic cases III
14 CXR classic cases IV
15 AXR checklist and approach
16 AXR anatomy
17 AXR classic cases I
18 AXR classic cases II
19 Extremity XR checklist and approach
20 Extremity XR anatomy I: upper limb
21 Extremity XR anatomy II: pelvis and lower limb
22 Upper limb XR classic cases I: shoulder and elbow
23 Upper limb XR classic cases II: forearm, wrist and hand
24 Hip and pelvis XR classic cases
25 Lower limb XR classic cases: knee, ankle and foot
26 Face XR anatomy and classic cases
Part 4 Fluoroscopic imaging
27 Fluoroscopy checklist and approach
28 Fluoroscopy classic cases
Part 5 Ultrasound imaging
29 US checklist and approach
30 US classic cases
Part 6 CT imaging
31 CT checklist and approach
32 Chest CT anatomy
33 Chest CT classic cases I
34 Chest CT classic cases II
35 Abdominal CT anatomy
36 Abdominal CT classic cases I
37 Abdominal CT classic cases II
38 Head CT anatomy
39 Head CT classic cases
Part 7 Specialised imaging and MRI
40 IVU and CT KUB
41 CT Colonography
42 CT and MR angiography
43 MRI checklist and approach
44 Head MR and classic cases
45 Cervical spine imaging anatomy and approach
46 Cervical spine imaging classic cases
47 Spine MR classic cases
48 Cardiac CT and classic cases
49 Cardiac MR and classic cases
50 Breast imaging
Part 8 Interventional radiology
51 Principles of interventional radiology
52 Interventional radiology classic cases
53 Interventional oncology classic cases
Part 9 Nuclear medicine
54 Principles of nuclear medicine
55 Nuclear medicine classic cases
Rajat Chowdhury, Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Oxford University Hospitals, UK.
Iain D. C. Wilson, Consultant Interventional Radiologist, Southampton General Hospital, UK.
Christopher J. Rofe, Consultant Radiologist, Borders General Hospital, Melrose, UK.
Graham Lloyd-Jones, Consultant Radiologist, Salisbury District Hospital, UK.
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