Dianne Georgian-Smith (Author)
Effectively overcome difficult diagnostic challenges with Breast Imaging and Pathologic Correlations: A Pattern-Based Approach. This atlas is based on the morphology of the BIRADS Lexicon and not the pathology entities. ?It illustrates the ?how? and ?why? of breast imaging, whether via mammography or ultrasound and uses a case-based approach to walk you through a wide range of common and uncommon findings and correlates imaging patterns to pathology, helping you build your pattern recognition skills so you can diagnose breast cases with complete confidence.Key Features
Increase your pattern recognition skills thanks to an organization by categories of pathologic presentation (i.e. masses, calcifications, architectural distortion, and other, less common malignant features) rather than by final diagnosis.
Learn to evaluate masses based on shapes and margins, calcifications based onmorphology and distribution and not the pathology entities, and distinguish architectural distortion from overlapping tissues.
See how to distinguish between benign and malignant possibilities for almost every feature.
Master the methodical thought process used by the most experienced radiologists so you can navigate the most challenging imaging findings, avoid diagnostic pitfalls, and provide the early detection patients need to ensure the best outcomes.
Navigate the table of contents with ease as it provides a differential diagnosis per morphology
Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access to:
Complete content with enhanced navigation
A powerful search that pulls 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
Hardcover: 608 pages
Publisher: LWW; 1 Har/Psc edition (December 2, 2014)