Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Children

FEATURES: Expert coverage of every modality currently available: CT, MRI, ultrasound, x-ray, nuclear medicine, PET, echocardiography, and cardiac MRI Practical emphasis on what radiologists and residents need to know in their daily practice ...

Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Children

The essential illustrated atlas of pediatric radiology--featuring more than 3,700 images Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Children enables you to visualize the full range of pediatric diseases and injuries using the latest diagnostic imaging techniques. A one-of-a-kind survey of the entire spectrum of disease in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents, Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Children is filled with 3,794 high-quality images of every modality: X-ray, CT, ultrasound, MRI, nuclear medicine, and more. Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Children features an organization that reflects how a practicing radiologist approaches a typical case, beginning with the clinical presentation and pathology of a disease and proceeding through the findings for each important imaging technique. FEATURES: Expert coverage of every modality currently available: CT, MRI, ultrasound, x-ray, nuclear medicine, PET, echocardiography, and cardiac MRI Practical emphasis on what radiologists and residents need to know in their daily practice Logical organization by body systems Review of developmental abnormalities of each organ system provides a solid foundation for understanding diagnostic tools and techniques "Clinical Presentations" provide symptom-based reviews that clarify key pediatric radiology concepts and enable you to confidently evaluate children with any disease or injury Skill-sharpening differential diagnosis tables—some of which correlate the clinical and radiographic features—aid comprehension by putting the latest protocols at your fingertips Hundreds of "Pathology – Radiology" tables throughout the text serve as quick reference guides and are great tools for resident study and review Chapter-ending full references

Pediatric Chest Imaging

This book will serve as a handy, superbly illustrated reference for all who routinely image children, as well as for those who need access to information on how best to image them!

Pediatric Chest Imaging

Imaging of the pediatric chest has changed significantly over the past 20 years. New technology has been introduced, and knowledge of pediatric chest diseases has expanded considerably. This book presents the state of the art in the diagnosis of pediatric chest disorders, highlighting the role played by advanced technology. Special attention is devoted to the technical aspects of the modern imaging modalities, their indications, and the diagnostic information that they supply. Some chapters focus on the use and role of individual modalities, while others address in detail specific disorders. Without exception, the authors are internationally known experts in the field. This superbly illustrated book, which is unique in covering all the essential aspects of pediatric chest imaging, will serve as an invaluable reference for all specialists who routinely image children as well as for those who need access to information on how best to image them!

Pediatric Radiology

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Evidence Based Imaging in Pediatrics

This practical book is ideal for readers who want to rapidly determine the appropriate imaging for pediatric patients. The text provides a concise and accessible summary of the literature on how and when to use imaging studies.

Evidence Based Imaging in Pediatrics

This practical book is ideal for readers who want to rapidly determine the appropriate imaging for pediatric patients. The text provides a concise and accessible summary of the literature on how and when to use imaging studies. Chapters address the essentials, such as cost-effectiveness, and are written in collaboration by renowned specialists in the fields of pediatrics and pediatric radiology. Topics cover common clinical scenarios in neuroimaging and musculoskeletal, chest, and abdominal imaging. Each imaging recommendation is presented along with the supporting data and the strength of the evidence.

Diagnostic Imaging of Child Abuse

Diagnostic imaging in infant abuse. Review article. AJR. 1990;155:703–12.) young children. A missed diagnosis carries the risk that a child will be subjected to further assaults (76–82). In infants, these attacks tend to escalate in ...

Diagnostic Imaging of Child Abuse

This updated edition of the leading text on the imaging of child abuse and its imitators combines radiographic images with pathologic correlates of inflicted injuries. Presented in full color for the first time, it contains many new photomicrographs and clinical images of bone scintigraphy, CT, MRI and sonography. Presenting radiologic findings in clinical, biomechanical and medicolegal contexts, a wealth of new material relating to extremity, thoracic, spinal and intracranial injuries is included. Chapters on intracranial (extra-axial and parenchymal), visceral and miscellaneous injuries, and MRI physics have been revised and expanded, while new chapters cover disorders of calcium and phosphorus metabolism and an extended discussion of skeletal injury. Complete with technical discussions explaining the physical principles and instrumentation of imaging equipment, this is essential reading for radiologists, pediatricians, forensic pathologists and emergency room physicians. Additionally, it will be of interest to a wide array of legal professionals.

Practical Pediatric Imaging

Practical Pediatric Imaging


Pediatric Radiology

This third edition of Pediatric Radiology-a volume in The Requisites in Radiology series-covers everything from basic principles of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies through cutting-edge techniques.

Pediatric Radiology

This third edition of Pediatric Radiology-a volume in The Requisites in Radiology series-covers everything from basic principles of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies through cutting-edge techniques. Expert authors Johan G. Blickman, MD, PhD and Patrick D. Barnes, MD are now joined by Bruce R. Parker, MD to provide the latest advances in pediatric radiology in a convenient, quick-access format with high-quality images. This edition features a greater emphasis on differential diagnosis, neuron functional imaging, and coverage of the dynamic topic of cardiac MR. You'll have everything you need to succeed in radiology examinations, subspecialty rotations, and clinical practice. Provides comprehensive yet concise coverage of the core material fundamental to this subspecialty for learning and quick reference. Presents material in a logical anatomic sequence, organized by organ system with eight chapters covering an overview of pediatric imaging, chest, heart, gastrointestinal tract, accessory organs of digestion, genitourinary tract, the skeletal system, and neuroimaging. Features a multi-modality approach to provide you with the most common imaging approaches tailored to each organ system. Emphasizes that pediatric diagnosis is a distinct specialty, as opposed to an aberration from standard adult diagnosis. Includes tables, boxes, pearls, key concepts, and differential diagnosis throughout the text to make key material accessible and easy to reference. Presents expanded coverage-by more than 20%-on the basics of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies of infants and children so you get an even more comprehensive guide that still maintains its concise format. Reflects the advances and changes in the field through extensive updates to many of the images and all the chapters, tables, boxes, FAQs, and Pearls & Pitfalls. Provides new insights from additional co-author Bruce R. Parker, MD-a respected authority in the field-for new approaches to the material. Features an increased emphasis on neuron functional imaging to highlight the recent developments in this area. Includes more differential diagnosis and integrates the diagnosis of emergency conditions throughout out the text so you can quickly and easily identify conditions accurately. Captures the prominent and fast-moving area of cardiac MR to keep you abreast of hot new technologies.

Radiological Imaging of the Digestive Tract in Infants and Children

This book comprehensively reviews imaging of the pediatric gastrointestinal tract and accessory digestive organs from a practical approach.

Radiological Imaging of the Digestive Tract in Infants and Children

This book comprehensively reviews imaging of the pediatric gastrointestinal tract and accessory digestive organs from a practical approach. Starting with a brief discussion on techniques this is followed by a couple of comprehensive chapters covering emergency/acute pediatric abdominal imaging. A series of traditional anatomically structured chapters on the oesophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon and accessory organs then follow. Each chapter carefully considers the role of the currently available imaging techniques and discusses and illustrates diagnostic dilemmas. The closing chapter focuses on pediatric interventional procedures performed with imaging guidance. Since the first edition, the text has been fully updated and new illustrations included. Against the background of rapid advances in imaging technology and the distinctive aspects of gastrointestinal imaging in children and infants, this volume will serve as an essential reference for general and pediatric radiologists as well as for radiologists in training, neonatologists and pediatricians.

Cardiac Imaging in Infants Children and Adults

1 3 5 6 4 2 Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data Cardiac imaging in infants , children , and adults / ( edited by ] Larry P. Elliott , with 50 additional contributors . p . cm . ... Diagnostic Imaging -- methods . 2.

Cardiac Imaging in Infants  Children  and Adults


Diagnostic Imaging

Covers the top diagnoses in pediatric imaging, including both common and uncommon entities.

Diagnostic Imaging

Covers the top diagnoses in pediatric imaging, including both common and uncommon entities. Provides imaging examples for every diagnosis -- plus concise, bulleted summaries of terminology, imaging findings, key facts, differential diagnosis, pathology and clinical issues. Displays a thumbnail visual differential diagnosis for each entity.

Caffey s Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging E Book

Intussusception: clinical presentations and imaging characteristics. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2012;28(9):842–844. 6. Bisset GS 3rd, Kirks DR. Intussusception in infants and children: diagnosis and therapy. Radiology. 1988;168(1):141–145. 7.

Caffey s Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging E Book

For more than 70 years, Caffey’s Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging has been the comprehensive, go-to reference that radiologists have relied upon for dependable coverage of all aspects of pediatric imaging. In the 13th Edition, Dr. Brian Coley leads a team of experts to bring you up to date with today’s practice standards in radiation effects and safety and head and neck, neurologic, thoracic, cardiac, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and musculoskeletal pediatric imaging. This bestselling reference is a must-have resource for pediatric radiologists, general radiologists, pediatric subspecialists, pediatricians, hospitals, and more – anywhere clinicians need to ensure safe, effective, and up-to-date imaging of children. Includes separate chapters on radiation effects and safety, pre-natal imaging, neoplasms, trauma, techniques, embryology, genetic anomalies, and common acquired conditions. Takes an updated, contemporary approach with more focused and consistently formatted content throughout. Clinical content includes Overview; Etiologies, Pathophysiology, and Clinical Presentation; Imaging, including pros and cons, costs, evidence-based data, findings, and differential diagnostic considerations; and Treatment, including follow-up. Features 8,500 high-quality images – 1,000 new or updated. Provides expanded coverage of advanced imaging and diagnostics, including genetics and fetal imaging, MRI and advanced MR techniques, low-dose CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and molecular imaging, as well as the latest quality standards, evidence-based data, and practice guidelines. Features new Key Points boxes and more tables and flowcharts that make reference faster and easier. Focuses on safety, particularly in radiation dosing, as part of the Image Gently® campaign to improve pediatric imaging while limiting radiation exposure and unneeded studies.

Imaging of Gynecological Disorders in Infants and Children

The specialty of pediatric gynecology is evolving rapidly, drawing on the skills and expertise of professionals from a wide range of specialties. This textbook should prove valuable to all who are involved in this new field of medicine.

Imaging of Gynecological Disorders in Infants and Children

This textbook provides a comprehensive review of gynecological imaging in infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Experts from the disciplines of pediatric radiology, gynecology, surgery, and endocrinology have come together to produce a textbook that, while written primarily from the perspective of the radiologist, will be of value to all professionals involved in the management of these patients. The normal development of the female reproductive tract is described in detail through embryological development, normal childhood appearances, and puberty. Congenital abnormalities are addressed in chapters reviewing structural abnormalities of the reproductive tract and disorders of sex development. A symptoms-based approach is followed in chapters devoted to the assessment of the patient with gynecological pain and disorders of menstruation. Disorders of the breast and the imaging of patients with gynecological neoplasia are considered in dedicated chapters.

Pediatric Radiology

Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Childrenyet accessible, the book features a presentation that reflects how a practicing radiologist approaches a typical case, beginning with the clinical presentation and pathology of a disease and ...

Pediatric Radiology

The essential illustrated atlas of pediatric radiology—featuring more than 3,700 images Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Childrenenables you to visualize the full range of pediatric diseases and injuries using the latest diagnostic imaging techniques. A one-of-a-kind survey of the entire spectrum of disease in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents, Pediatric Radiology is filled with 3,794 high-quality images of every imaging modality: X-ray, CT, ultrasound, MRI, nuclear medicine, and more. Diagnostic Imaging of Infants and Childrenyet accessible, the book features a presentation that reflects how a practicing radiologist approaches a typical case, beginning with the clinical presentation and pathology of a disease and proceeding through the findings for each important imaging technique. FEATURES: Expert coverage of every modality currently available: CT, MRI, ultrasound, X-ray, nuclear medicine, PET, echocardiography, and cardiac MRI Practical emphasis on what radiologists and residents need to know in their day to day practice Logical organization by body systems Review of developmental abnormalities of each organ system provides a solid foundation for understanding diagnostic tools and techniques Clinical Presentations provide symptom-based reviews that amplify key pediatric radiology concepts and enable you to confidently evaluate children with any disease or injury

Diagnostic Imaging of the Kidney and Urinary Tract in Children

Harris, V. J., Gooneratne, N. S., White, H.: Papillary necrosis in a child with homozygous sickle cell anemia. Radiology 121, 156 (1976) Mauer, S. M., Nogrady, M. B.: Renal papillary and cortical necrosis in a newborn infant.

Diagnostic Imaging of the Kidney and Urinary Tract in Children

All unsuccessful revolutions are the same, but each successful one is different in its own distinctive way. The reason why revolutions occur is that new forces attain increasing significance and classic institutions are incapable of accomodating these forces. Such has been the pattern of events in the English, American and French revolutions. These successful revolutions produced a new dynamic and new perspectives. One English revolutionary put this succinctly: "Let us be doing, but let us be united in doing". This book sets out what is a revolution in. the perspectives of diagnostic imaging of the kidney and urinary tract. Forces which have brought about this revolution are the advent of reliable techniques in radioisotope studies, ultrasonics and computerized tomographic (CT) scanning. This last modality carries with it specific problems for routine paediatric work and its role in the study of kidney and urinary tract problems is discrete and circumscribed. However, in conjunction with classic radiology, each of these techniques yields information of a different type and so a synthesis of data accrues.

Pediatric Radiology The Requisites E Book

Moss and Adams' Heart Disease in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Including the Fetus and Young Adults. 7th ed. ... Radiology. 2008;248:44-60. Helbing WH, Ouhlous M. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in children. Pediatr Radiol.

Pediatric Radiology  The Requisites E Book

Pediatric Radiology: The Requisites focuses on new and emerging trends in pediatric imaging, with expanded content in all core clinical areas. The authors are prominent pediatric radiologists with extensive clinical experience in each of the subspecialty areas covered. Ideal for all radiology residents and practitioners, including specialists and any general radiologist who images children, this book also features coverage of the increasingly important aspects of communication and interpersonal relations with the patient, family, and members of the entire healthcare team. Provides comprehensive yet concise coverage of the core material fundamental to this subspecialty. Presents material in a logical anatomic sequence, organized by organ system. Features a multi-modality approach, providing the most common imaging techniques tailored to each organ system. Includes tables, boxes, pearls, key concepts, and differential diagnosis throughout the text to make key material accessible and easy to reference. Features expanded coverage of new and emerging imaging trends, including state of the art imaging techniques, dose optimization, the roles of the child life specialist and anesthesiologist in pediatric imaging, and the importance of effective communication in pediatric imaging. Focuses on team-based patient care with coverage of the increasingly important aspect of interpersonal relations with the patient, family, and members of the healthcare team. Crucial differences between pediatric and adult imaging are emphasized within each major organ system. Highlights key concepts of pediatric imaging, with special attention paid to dose optimization and the ALARA principle. Includes the newest imaging safety standards surrounding children, focusing on safe radiation dosing and optimization of imaging via lower radiation doses. Provides updated imaging approaches and illustrations of newer techniques applied in common pediatric conditions. 1,120 images clarify basic principles and offer expert image interpretation guidance.

Pediatric Imaging Essentials

This book is invaluable for all clinicians and radiologists who diagnose and manage this sensitive population.

Pediatric Imaging Essentials

For all radiologists diagnosing infants and children, knowledge of best practices in pediatric imaging is essential to safely obtaining high-quality images and achieving accurate diagnoses. This practical text covers current guidelines and key topics in the field, including choice of modality, equipment and dosages, child-specific diseases, typical imaging findings, differential diagnostic aspects, and safety factors. This book is invaluable for all clinicians and radiologists who diagnose and manage this sensitive population. Special Features: Explores the use of all standard imaging modalities in children as compared to adults, especially with regard to ultrasound, CT, and MRI Supplies more than 600 high-quality images to help in interpreting findings, including imaging of suspected child abuse Shows how to adapt examination protocols and equipment requirements for the specialized needs of pediatric patients Describes important safety protection measures in children utilizing the ALARA principle of radiation exposure (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) Summarizes a wide array of pediatric diseases and disorders in a concise, checklist format, including clinical features, imaging findings, differential diagnosis, associated syndromes, and treatment recommendations Includes lists of indications, summary tables, imaging protocols, case studies, and quiz questions to test your knowledge This book provides a fundamental understanding of imaging in infants and children and is an ideal, practice-oriented reference for residents, fellows in pediatric radiology, and general radiologists. It is also written for pediatricians, pediatric surgeons, and other interested doctors and specialists who want to know more about imaging specifics in the pediatric age group.