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Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Author: Edelman, Robert R.

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  • ISBN: 9780721603063
  • Author: Edelman, Robert R.
  • Publ Date: 2005-11-16
  • Edition: 3
  • Pages: 3824
  • Imprint: SAUNDERS *#
  • Status: O/P
  • ID - 7120

Table of Contents :

VOLUME 1 I. PHYSICS, INSTRUMENTATION, AND ADVANCED TECHNIQUES 1. History 2. Basic Principles 3. Practical Considerations and Image Optimization 4. Instrumentation: Magnet, Gradients, and Coils 5. Pulse Sequence Design 6. Biochemical Basis of the MRI Appearance of Cerebral Hemorrhage 7. Advanced Imaging Techniques 8. Parallel Imaging Methods 9. Principles of Functional Imaging of the Brain 10. Diffusion-Weighted Imaging 11. Diffusion Tensor Imaging 12. Perfusion Imaging of the Brain 13. Contrast Agents: Basic Principles 14. Tissue-Specific Contrast Agents 15. Molecular Imaging 16. Functional Imaging of the Body 17. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: Basic Principles 18. High-Field Imaging 19. MRI-Guided Interventions 20. MRI-Guided Intravascular Interventions 21. Screening MRI 22. Image Artifacts and Solutions 23. Image Processing: Principles, Techniques, and Applications 24. Bioeffects, Safety, and Patient Management 25. The MR Imaging Center 26. Measuring the Capacity, Productivity, and Costs of Service of an MRI Center: The Service Costing Approach II. HEART 27. Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Basic Principles 28. Basic Principles and Clinical Applications of Flow Quantification 29. Principles and Optimization of Contrast-Enhanced Three-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Angiography 30. Magnetic Resonance Angiography of the Body 31. Magnetic Resonance Venography of the Body 32. Cardiac Imaging Techniques 33. Coronary Arteries 34. Myocardial Perfusion 35. Myocardial Viability 36. Valvular Heart Disease 37. Adult Heart Disease 38. Pediatric Congenital Heart Disease VOLUME 2 III. BRAIN 39. Brain: Indications, Technique, and Atlas 40. Adult Brain Tumors 41. Brainstem, Cranial Nerves and Cerebellum 42. Pituitary Gland and Parasellar Region 43. Perfusion and MRS for Brain Tumor Diagnosis 44. Infectious & Inflammatory Diseases 45. Intracranial Hemorrhage 46. Trauma 47. MR Imaging of Epilepsy 48. Practical Clinical Applications of Functional MRI 49. Aneurysms & Vascular Malformations 50. Stroke & Cerebral Ischemia 51. MR Angiography of the Head and Neck 52. Diffusion & Perfusion MRI 53. White Matter Disease 54. Diffusion Tensor Imaging 55. Neurodegenerative Disorders 56. Toxic and Metabolic Disorders 57. Developmental Disorders 58. Pediatric Brain Tumors 59. Pediatric Anoxic/Ischemic Injury 60. Functional MRI in Neuropsychiatric Disorders 61. MR Spectroscopy of the Brain IV. HEAD AND NECK 62. Orbital and Intraocular Lesions 63. Skull Base & Temporal Bone 64. Paranasal Sinuses & Nasal Cavity 65. Nasopharynx & Deep Facial Compartments 66. Lower Face & Salivary Glands 67. Neck V. SPINE 68. Spine Atlas 69. Spinal Cord and Intradural Disease 70. Degenerative Disease 71. Positional and Kinetic Spin Imaging 72. Post-operative Spine 73. Pediatric Spine: Congenital and Developmental Disorders 74. Vertebral & Paravertebral Abnormalities 75. MR Neurography VOLUME 3 VI. BODY 76. Chest, Including Lung Function 77. Breast Cancer 78. Breast Implants 79. MR Cholangiopancreatography 80. Gallbladder 81. Focal Liver Disease 82. Diffuse Liver Disease 83. Liver Transplant Imaging 84. Pancreas 85. Bowel, Peritoneum, and Mesentery 86. Kidneys 87. Adrenal Glands 88. Bladder 89. Prostate 90.Scrotum and Testes 91. Malignant Disorders of the Female Pelvis 92. Female Pelvis: Benign Conditions 93.Pelvic Floor Imaging 94. Fetal MRI 95. Pediatric Body VII. MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM 96. Musculoskeletal MRI Techniques 97. MR Arthrography 98. Kinematic MRI 99. Shoulder 100. Elbow 101. Wrist and Hand 102. Hip 103. Knee 104. Ankle and Foot 105. TM Joint 106. The Musculotendinous Unit 107. Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors 108. Marrow Disorders 109. Cartilage 110. Pediatric Musculoskeletal Disorders 111. Synovial Disorders 112. Extremity Scanners

Description:

The MRI reference that the "American Journal of Roentgenology" called 'hard to beat' is back in a state-of-the-art new edition! It comprehensively examines all of the newest technologies and clinical applications relevant to MR imaging of the heart, brain, head and neck, spine, body, and musculoskeletal system. 4,700 beautifully reproduced illustrations - including hundreds of new full-color images - help readers accurately diagnosis a broad spectrum of conditions. This exhaustively revised 3rd edition delivers more than 70 per cent new content and with a new full-color format.

Review:

This work is the epitome of a reference source, and I'm sure that anyone who reads out MR scans could find something of use here. In an interesting juxtaposition, I found that the individual chapters are very approachable and readable. You might think that it would be hard to find what you're looking for in a source this large, but there are very good tables of contents, indices, and, with the online access, search, index, and cross-reference tools. The subject matter is excellent, the images are outstanding, appropriate, and extensive, and the author list could literally serve as a "Who's Who" for radiology. I could imagine larger works, (more pages, chapters, etc) but I cannot imagine a more complete and appropriate coverage of what is now one of the most central aspects of our practice as radiologists.--Academic Radiology


 

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