Written by Lane F. Donnelly, MD, recipient of the Society of Pediatric Radiology's 2009 Singleton-Taybi Award for professional lifetime dedication to medical education, "Pediatric Imaging: The Fundamentals" makes it remarkably simple to learn how to safely perform and accurately interpret pediatric imaging studies. Ideal for residents and practitioners alike, this reader-friendly text emphasizes advanced imaging applications-including neuro applications-while nearly 400 high-quality, clinically relevant digital images (nearly 100 in color) clearly demonstrate essential concepts, techniques, and interpretation skills. Full-chapter coverage of current breakthroughs in PET/CT, MR sleep studies, fetal imaging, and more, ensure that you have the latest information available at your fingertips.
Offers full-chapter coverage of current breakthroughs in PET/CT, MR sleep studies, fetal imaging, and more, ensuring that you have the latest information at your fingertips.
Emphasizes advanced imaging applications, including neuro applications.
Highlights the basic anatomy needed to understand this complex subspecialty.
Provides an in-depth discussion of patient safety issues to help you gain a basic understanding of radiology and its effect on the pediatric patient.
Presents information in a reader-friendly format through lists, tables, and images that makes reference quick and easy.
Includes nearly 650 high-quality, clinically relevant digital images that clearly demonstrate essential concepts, techniques, and interpretation skills.
Chapter 1 Special Consideratins in Pediatric Imaging
Chapter 2 Airway
Chapter 3 Chest
Chapter 4 Cardiac
Chapter 5 Gastrointestinal
Chapter 6 Genitourinary
Chapter 7 Musculoskeletal
Chapter 8 Neurologic
By Lane F. Donnelly, MD, Radiologist-in-Chief, Department of Radiology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
260 x 184 (7 1/4 x 10 1/4)
Please allow 3 - 4 weeks for delivery.
" Though this is not a substitute for a traditional pediatric radiology reference text, it would be an excellent resource for residents to carry with them. Apart from its readable format (lending itself to repeated readings), this book has particular value during the day at the view box, where a quick review of the relevant key facts with appropriate images may be most practical. As such, the book fulfills its goal of being a primer pediatric radiology resource, although is relevant and timely for all levels of training, serving those in their early training or those looking for a quick review of topics while preparing for oral boards will find it particularly useful." - Doody's, 5 stars*****