Osborn A. (Ed.) Diagnostic Imaging. Brain. Файл формата pdf; размером , 52 МБ. Добавлен пользователем Евгений Diagnostic Imaging: Brain. Succinct text, outstanding illustrations, and up-to-date content make this title a must-have reference for neuroradiologists, general. “The new edition is up to date, thorough but succinct, image rich, and easy to read as both a review of a specific disease and as a learning tool.
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The second edition of the highly successful Brain volume in the Diagnostic Imaging series is a comprehensive reference volume intended for. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Anne G. Osborn and others published Diagnostic Imaging: Brain, Third Edition. Osborn's Brain Imaging, Pathology, And Anatomy () [PDF] [UnitedVRG] the first edition of Diagnostic Imaging: Brain, Dr. Michael Huckman said in his.
The pituitary gland and its various pathologies are also included, as are the meninges, scalp and skull. The layout will be familiar to those who have seen the first edition. There is also an excellent section on infectious diseases. Jagadeesan, MD. Other sections covered include subarachnoid haemorrhage, strokes, vascular malformations and, of course, neoplasms. This multi-authored text provides a comprehensive overview of current neuroradiology. Published Online:
The second edition of the highly successful Brain volume in the Diagnostic Imaging series is a comprehensive reference volume intended for use by radiologists at all levels of training, as well as those in clinical practice.
Readers of the first edition will be familiar with the succinct bulleted lists, as well as the division of the text into sections concerning pathology-and anatomy-based diagnosis. The editors have improved the second edition of Brain by prefacing each section with an informative well-written introductory text.
These elegant introductions significantly improve readability and help to prepare the reader for a thorough and efficient review of the large volume of information contained in each section.
The editors have also eliminated the thumbnail images from the previous edition and replaced them with additional large high-resolution radiologic images, photographs of pathologic specimens, and beautifully created schematic diagrams.
These additions are combined with improvements in the color coding and numbering systems for the pages to create a textbook that is both comprehensive and accessible. The new edition also succeeds in updating and expanding the list of diagnoses provided in the volume and includes the new World Health Organization system for classification and grading of brain tumors.
These improvements contribute to a somewhat lengthier book, and eliminating redundancies arising from the presentation format could help to streamline future editions. Access to the Amirsys STATdx portal is included with the second edition, providing readers with rapid and convenient electronic access to the contents of Brain.
In conclusion, the second edition of the Brain volume in the Diagnostic Imaging series is a well-written and beautifully illustrated comprehensive reference volume that will become an indispensable resource for radiology residents, fellows, and practitioners who need instant access to up-to-date and in-depth information about the variety of brain imaging findings that may be anticipated or encountered in clinical practice. The improvements that have been made since the prior edition also mean that this book can now be used by the reader not only as a reference volume, but also as an imaging atlas or even as a regular book that can be read cover to cover.
In the first section, congenital malformations are covered. In the second section there is a detailed description of neurotrauma. Other sections covered include subarachnoid haemorrhage, strokes, vascular malformations and, of course, neoplasms.
There is also an excellent section on infectious diseases. Acquired toxic and metabolic degenerative diseases are also covered, including the dementias that are being seen much more commonly in western medical practice.
The pituitary gland and its various pathologies are also included, as are the meninges, scalp and skull. This second edition includes the newest World Health Organization classifications on tumours and grading of ischaemia.
There are several new images, tables, charts, diagrams and pathology images in this edition compared to the previous one. The layout will be familiar to those who have seen the first edition.
The text is easy to read, well annotated and profusely illustrated. A particular useful feature of the book is that all of the individual chapters covering separate diseases include, not only imaging findings, but also discussions on clinical issues and pathology as well as differential diagnoses and references where necessary.
Key facts are also provided, which are a useful aid memoire for learning. The text book is so comprehensive that it will be a useful reference for general radiologists performing neurological examinations and even neuroradiologists who wish to brush up on their knowledge.