Atlas Of Spinal Imaging
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|Author||: Philip K. Louie,Howard S. An,Dino Samartzis|
|Publsiher||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Total Pages||: 283|
Download Atlas of Spinal Imaging Phenotypes Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Spine-related pain is the world’s leading disabling condition, affecting every population and a frequent reason for seeking medical consultation and obtaining imaging studies. Numerous spinal phenotypes (observations/traits) and their respective measurements performed on various spine imaging have been shown to directly correlate and predict clinical outcomes. Atlas of Spinal Imaging Phenotypes: Classifications and Radiographic Measurements is a comprehensive visual resource that highlights various spinal phenotypes on imaging, describes their clinical and pathophysiological relevance, and discusses and illustrates their respective measurement techniques and classifications. Helps readers better understanding spinal phenotypes and their imaging, and how today’s knowledge will facilitate new targeted drug discovery, novel diagnostics and biomarker discovery, and outcome predictions. Features step-by-step instructions on performing the radiographic measurements with examples of normal and pathologic images to demonstrate the various presentations. Presents clinical correlation of the phenotypes as well as the radiographic measurements with landmark references. Includes validated classification systems that complement the phenotypes and radiographic measurements. Complies the knowledge and expertise of Dr. Dino Samartzis, the preeminent global authority on spinal phenotypes who has discovered and proposed new phenotypes and classification schemes; Dr. Howard S. An, a leading expert in patient management and at the forefront of 3D imaging of various spinal phenotypes; and Dr. Philip Louie, a prolific surgeon who is involved in one of the largest machine learning initiatives of spinal phenotyping.
|Author||: Donald L. Renfrew|
|Publsiher||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Total Pages||: 408|
|Genre||: Diagnostic imaging|
Download Atlas of Spine Imaging Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This concise, yet detailed collection of images offers complete guidance on CT, MR, and nuclear medicine imaging for all aspects of common and uncommon spinal diseases. In addition to annotated illustrations, the text provides background information on each disease entity, a detailed approach to the interpretation of images, and specific recommendations for reporting. Discusses and illustrates trauma, neoplasms, infections, and congenital and developmental anomalies. Provides detailed discussions of spondylolysis. Examines degenerative diseases in detail. Explains and illustrates current terminology for degenerative diseases according to the guidelines of the North American Spine Society and the American Society of Neuroradiology. Evaluates post-operative complications and associated imaging findings. Features algorithms and tables to illustrate key concepts. Emphasizes algorithmic work-ups of tumors and suspected infections to promote correct categorization of findings. Uses a logical organization for easy access to information, with tumors arranged in the traditional neuroradiology/neurosurgery differential categories.
|Author||: Juergen Kraemer,Odo Koester|
|Total Pages||: 352|
Download MR Imaging of the Lumbar Spine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Two-thirds of degenerative diseases of the vertebral column involve the lumbar spine. Magnetic resonance imaging plays a pivotal role in diagnosis and treatment. With more than 450 illustrations and 78 case studies illustrating various constellations of findings, this book provides a wealth of illustrations that guide the reader through the MR imaging of lumbar disk herniations and spinal stenosis: Impressive series of MR images illustrate both common and unusual findings, helping to enhance conceptual understanding and sharpen diagnostic perception. Clinical findings and progression are covered in addition to MRI findings, helping the reader to appreciate the correlations between clinical and imaging findings. The role of diagnostic imaging is addressed for specific disorders, helping to foster the more discriminating use of imaging procedures in the lumbar spine.The book concludes with a chapter on the current technique of performing CT-guided injections at the lumbar level.
|Author||: Ruth G. Ramsey|
|Total Pages||: 998|
|Genre||: Magnetic resonance imaging|
Download Teaching Atlas of Spine Imaging Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Professor Ramsey undertook a massive project and brought it to a magnificent conclusion. The MR images are of high quality and [the] well-written commentary is easy to understand. Well worth the investment...-Radiologic Technology I strongly recommend this book to individuals who are required to interpret MRIs of the vertebral column and the spinal cord... great practical use to clinicians... very absorbing; it was easy to read an entire section in one sitting.-The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery The author has met her purpose in producing a user-friendly spinal imaging atlas that will aid clinicians caring for patients with spine disease.-Radiology Containing nearly 1,000 illustrations and a broad array of case studies, this comprehensive, practical reference simulates an actual clinical setting in which readers view images of a spinal abnormality and then see the correct differential diagnosis. The book contains hundreds of instructive cases, and is ideal for teaching and self-assessment. Practical and complete, the book offers a broad array of classic and unusual cases for residents and practicing surgeons. This easy-to-use resource is the perfect tool for qualifying and CAQ exam preparation.
|Author||: Sasan Karimi|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 236|
Download Atlas of Brain and Spine Oncology Imaging Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Atlas of Brain and Spine Oncology Imaging presents a comprehensive visual review of pathologic disease variations of cancers of the brain and spine through extensive radiologic images. The focus of the book is on algorithmic strategies for identifying neoplastic pathologies commonly found in brain and spinal tumors through a visual representation of the variety of appearances that each neoplasm takes, within both benign and malignant manifestations. With contributions from radiologists on staff at a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, who draw from an extensive collection of diagnostic images across all imaging modalities, this book will be valuable to practicing radiologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons and other practitioners involved in the diagnosis and treatment of brain and spinal neoplasms in all patient populations.
|Author||: Scott W. Atlas|
|Publsiher||: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|
|Total Pages||: 1976|
Download Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain and Spine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Established as the leading textbook on imaging diagnosis of brain and spine disorders, Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain and Spine is now in its Fourth Edition. This thoroughly updated two-volume reference delivers cutting-edge information on nearly every aspect of clinical neuroradiology. Expert neuroradiologists, innovative renowned MRI physicists, and experienced leading clinical neurospecialists from all over the world show how to generate state-of-the-art images and define diagnoses from crucial clinical/pathologic MR imaging correlations for neurologic, neurosurgical, and psychiatric diseases spanning fetal CNS anomalies to disorders of the aging brain. Highlights of this edition include over 6,800 images of remarkable quality, more color images, and new information using advanced techniques, including perfusion and diffusion MRI and functional MRI. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text and an image bank.
|Author||: Scott E. Forseen, MD,Neil M. Borden, MD|
|Publsiher||: Springer Publishing Company|
|Total Pages||: 350|
Download Imaging Anatomy of the Human Spine Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
An Atlas for the 21st Century The most precise, cutting-edge images of normal spinal anatomy available today are the centerpiece of this spectacular atlas for clinicians, trainees, and students in the neurologically-based medical specialties. Truly an ìatlas for the 21st century,î this comprehensive visual reference presents a detailed overview of spinal anatomy acquired through the use of multiple imaging modalities and advanced techniques that allow visualization of structures not possible with conventional MRI or CT. A series of unique full-color structural images derived from 3D models based on actual images in the book further enhances understanding of spinal anatomy and spatial relationships. Written by two neuroradiologists who are also prominent educators, the atlas begins with a brief introduction to the development, organization, and function of the human spine. What follows is more than 650 meticulously presented and labelled images acquired with the full complement of standard and advanced modalities currently used to visualize the human spine and adjacent structuresóincluding x-ray, fluoroscopy, MRI, CT, CTA, MRA, digital subtraction angiography, and ultrasound of the neonatal spine. The vast array of data that these modes of imaging provide offer a wider window into the spine and allow the reader an unobstructed view of the anatomy presented to inform clinical decisions or enhance understanding of this complex region. Additionally, various anatomic structures can be viewed from modality to modality and from multiple planes. This state-of-the-art atlas elevates conventional anatomic spine topography to the cutting edge of technology. It will serve as an authoritative learning tool in the classroom, and as a crucial practical resource at the workstation or in the office or clinic. Key Features: Provides detailed views of anatomic structures within and around the human spine utilizing over 650 high quality images across a broad range of imaging modalities Contains several examples of the use of imaging anatomic landmarks in the performance of interventional spine procedures Contains extensively labeled images of all regions of the spine and adjacent areas that can be compared and contrasted across modalities Serves as an authoritative learning tool for students and trainees and practical reference for clinicians in multiple specialties
|Author||: Ammar Haouimi|
|Publsiher||: Trafford Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 268|
Download Atlas of Neuroradiology Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
SALIENT FEATURES -Comprises 200 Common and rares Cases with highly organized radiological description of the diseases. -Classifies all cases in a series of Head and Spine chapters. -Covers all new imaging modalities. -Useful for Radiologist, Residents in Radiology preparing their examination (FRCR) and also for Neurologists and Neurosurgeons. - A different style used to give the opportunity to the readers to use the book directly as an atlas or to cover the diagnosis and comment and use it as a Case-Reviews, this idea is not present in the other books.