by Ronald J. Zagoria MD FACR (Author), Christopher M Brady MD (Author), Raymond B. Dyer MD (Author)
An updated volume in the best-selling Radiology Requisites? series, Genitourinary Imaging, 3rd Edition presents the essentials of genitourinary radiology by describing the imaging techniques and diseases most commonly encountered in the field. Concise and practical, it familiarizes the reader with the pathology affecting the genitourinary system as well as an approach for detecting abnormalities. Extensive updates throughout reflect the significant changes in the way pathological processes in the genitourinary (GU) tract are imaged since publication of the last edition. Covering everything from basic principles through the latest diagnostic imaging techniques, equipment, and technology, it serves residents as a concise, easily readable text of GU imaging and serves as an update and reference for fellows and practicing radiologists.
Synthesizes today?s core knowledge in genitourinary radiology
Practice-proven tips and excellent problem-solving discussions are accompanied by more than 450 high-quality images ? nearly 400 all new ? all demonstrating a full range of genitourinary radiologic approaches and imaging findings Numerous outlines, boxes, tables, ?pearls,? and suggested reading lists make reference easy.
Numerous outlines, boxes, tables, ?pearls,? and suggested reading lists make reference easy.
State-of-the-art coverage of MR urography, uterine artery embolization, CT for renal stone disease, and many other new areas in the field.
The latest genitourinary imaging techniques with updated information on CT urography, MRI of the urinary tract, prostate MR, and much more.
Newly edited and updated information throughout, including kidney tumor ablation and renal tumor imaging techniques and interpretation
Series: Requisites in Radiology
Hardcover: 414 pages
Publisher: Elsevier; 3 edition (September 7, 2015)