Diagnostic Radiology: Chest and Cardiovascular Imaging 4th Revised edition [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 588 pages, kõrgus x laius: 241x159 mm, kaal: 1000 g, 71 Tables, unspecified; 575 Halftones, unspecified; 39 Illustrations, unspecified
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-2017
  • Kirjastus: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • ISBN-10: 9352703081
  • ISBN-13: 9789352703081
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 588 pages, kõrgus x laius: 241x159 mm, kaal: 1000 g, 71 Tables, unspecified; 575 Halftones, unspecified; 39 Illustrations, unspecified
  • Ilmumisaeg: 01-Nov-2017
  • Kirjastus: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • ISBN-10: 9352703081
  • ISBN-13: 9789352703081
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This new edition is a complete guide to diagnostic imaging of the chest and cardiovascular system. Beginning with an overview of chest radiology, techniques and anatomy, the following sections discuss imaging for different pulmonary diseases. The second part of the book covers diagnostic imaging for cardiovascular disorders and includes a chapter on children with congenital heart disease. The fourth edition has been fully revised to provide radiologists with the latest information in their field, and includes new chapters on basic patterns of lung disease on CT, and miscellaneous interstitial lung diseases such as acute respiratory distress syndrome, lipoid pneumonia, and emphysema. The comprehensive text features discussion on the increasing use of image-guided interventions, and is further enhanced by radiological images and tables. Key points Fourth edition presenting latest advances in diagnostic imaging for pulmonary and cardiovascular disorders Fully revised text with new topics added Highly illustrated with radiological images and tables Previous edition (9788184488685) published in 2010
1 Chest Radiography and Sonography: Techniques and Anatomy 1(15)
Mahesh Prakash
Manavjit Singh Sandhu
Conventional chest radiography
1(1)
Technical advances
1(2)
Radiographic projections
3(3)
Special radiographic techniques
6(1)
Normal anatomy on chest X-ray
7(9)
2 MDCT and MRI Thorax: Techniques and Normal Anatomy 16(31)
Rashmi Dixit
Anjali Prakash
Alpana Manchanda
MDCT Thorax
16(10)
CT technology
16(1)
CT acquisition and reconstruction protocols
17(1)
High-resolution computed tomography
18(1)
Acquisition protocol and contrast opacification for CT pulmonary angiography
19(1)
Evaluation of the aorta and coronary arteries
20(1)
Evaluation of pulmonary veins
20(1)
Extended chest pain protocol or triple rule out CT
20(1)
Post-processing techniques
20(2)
Advanced applications
22(2)
Dose considerations and dose reduction techniques in thoracic CT
24(2)
MRI
26(7)
Technical considerations
26(1)
Protocol and sequences
27(1)
MR pulmonary angiography
27(1)
MR perfusion imaging
27(3)
Other advanced/newer imaging techniques
30(1)
Clinical applications of MR thorax
31(2)
Normal Anatomy
33(14)
Tracheobronchial tree
39(3)
Lung segments, fissures and pleura
42(5)
3 Basic Radiographic Pattern of Lung Diseases 47(16)
Gaurav Pradhan
Radhika Batra
Rashmi Dixit
Alpana Manchanda
Pattern recognition
47(14)
Decreased density on chest radiograph
61(2)
4 Basic Patterns of Lung Disease on CT 63(26)
Alpana Manchanda
Satyam
Gaurav Pradhan
Jyoti Kumar
High resolution CT patterns of lung disease
63(1)
High resolution CT scan findings manifesting as increased lung opacity
63(16)
High resolution CT scan findings manifesting as decreased lung opacity
79(4)
Decreased lung opacity without discernible wall
83(6)
5 Imaging of Pulmonary Tuberculosis 89(9)
Mandeep Garg
Anmol Bhatia
Naveen Kalra
Changing concepts of radiologic manifestations of pulmonary TB
89(1)
Role of imaging in pulmonary tuberculosis
89(1)
Radiological patterns of pulmonary TB
89(9)
6 Nontubercular Pulmonary Infections 98(28)
Anju Garg
Swati Gupta
Jyoti Kumar
Imaging modalities
98(1)
Radiographic pattern
99(3)
Etiopathogenesis of pulmonary infections
102(3)
Specific pneumonias
105(15)
Complications of pneumonia
120(1)
Delayed resolution of pneumonia
121(5)
7 Pulmonary Manifestations in Immunocompromised Host 126(15)
Mandeep Kang
Pankaj Gupta
HIV/AIDS
126(3)
Non-HIV immunocompromised hosts
129(1)
Bacterial infections
130(1)
Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia
131(1)
Mycobacterial infections
132(2)
Viral infections
134(1)
Fungal infections
134(1)
Noninfectious manifestations of AIDS
135(1)
Noninfectious manifestations in HSCT
136(1)
Pre-engraftment period
136(1)
Early post-transplant period
137(1)
Late pulmonary complications
138(3)
8 Pattern Approach to Interstitial Lung Disease and Imaging of Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias 141(10)
Mandeep Garg
Uma Debi
Imaging
141(2)
Anatomy of the secondary pulmonary lobule (Miller's)
143(2)
Idiopathic interstitial pneumonias
145(1)
Chronic fibrosing idiopathic interstitial pneumonias
145(1)
Smoking-related interstitial pneumonias
146(2)
Acute and subacute interstitial pneumonias
148(1)
Rare interstitial pneumonias
148(3)
9 Imaging of Interstitial Lung Disease of Known Etiology 151(11)
Smriti Hari
Surabhi Vyas
Sanjay Sharma
Deep N. Srivastava
Plain radiography
151(1)
High-resolution CT
152(1)
Sarcoidosis
153(2)
Connective tissue disease associated interstitial lung disease
155(1)
Rheumatoid arthritis associated interstitial lung disease
155(1)
Progressive systemic sclerosis
155(1)
Systemic lupus erythematosus
155(1)
Polymyositis and dermatomyositis
156(1)
Hypersensitivity pneumonitis
156(1)
Silicosis and coal worker's pneumoconiosis
157(1)
Asbestosis
158(1)
Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
158(1)
Langerhans cell histiocytosis
158(2)
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis
160(2)
10 Miscellaneous Interstitial Lung Diseases 162(13)
Ashu Seith Bhalla
Manisha Jana
Diffuse lung diseases presenting with ground glass opacity
162(1)
Infections
162(1)
Acute respiratory distress syndrome
163(1)
Hydrostatic pulmonary edema
164(1)
Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage
164(1)
Eosinophilic lung disease
165(1)
Lipoid pneumonia
166(1)
Pulmonary alveolar proteinosis
166(1)
Septal thickening predominant diffuse lung diseases
167(1)
Pulmonary leukostasis
167(1)
Pulmonary veno-occlusive disease and pulmonary capillary hemangiomatosis
167(1)
Pulmonary amyloidosis
168(1)
Diffuse lung diseases presenting with nodules
169(1)
Diffuse lung diseases presenting with cysts
169(1)
Emphysema
170(1)
Combined pulmonary fibrosis and emphysema
170(1)
Pulmonary Langerhans' cell histiocytosis
170(2)
Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
172(1)
Tuberous sclerosis
172(1)
Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome
172(3)
11 Mediastinum 175(27)
Raju Sharma
Madhusudhan K.S.
Arun Kumar Gupta
Divisions of the mediastinum
175(1)
Imaging modalities
175(3)
Differential diagnosis of mediastinal masses
178(1)
Anterior mediastinum
178(10)
Middle mediastinum
188(2)
Posterior mediastinum
190(3)
Multicompartment mediastinal masses/lesions
193(4)
Miscellaneous lesions of the mediastinum
197(5)
12 Imaging of Solitary Pulmonary Nodule 202(28)
Sapna Singh
Anju Garg
Anjali Prakash
Spurious SPN
202(1)
Morphological characteristics of SPN
202(4)
Internal characteristics
206(2)
Other characteristics of SPN
208(1)
Nodule attenuation
208(3)
Assessment of malignant potential of a SPN
211(4)
Newer imaging techniques for the evaluation of SPN
215(1)
Management of a solitary pulmonary nodule
216(2)
Morphological characteristics in specific lesions
218(12)
13 Imaging of Pulmonary Neoplasms 230(25)
Priyanka Naranje
Mukesh Yadav
Chandan J. Das
Arun Kumar Gupta
WHO classification
230(1)
Clinical features
231(1)
Imaging modalities
231(1)
Imaging features
232(5)
Radiological characteristics by cell type
237(2)
Sampling for suspected lung cancer
239(1)
Staging of lung cancer
239(5)
Treatment of lung cancer
244(1)
Screening for lung cancer
244(1)
Follow-up imaging
245(1)
Recurrent lung cancer
246(1)
Rare lung malignancies
246(1)
Pulmonary lymphoma
247(1)
Pulmonary neuroendocrine neoplasms
248(2)
Pulmonary metastases
250(1)
Pulmonary hamartoma
251(4)
14 Imaging of the Tracheobronchial Tree 255(26)
Ashu Seith Bhalla
Smita Manchanda
Role of imaging
255(1)
Imaging modalities
255(4)
Normal airway anatomy
259(1)
Anatomic variants
259(1)
Tracheobronchial tree pathologies
260(1)
Central Airways
260(12)
Extrinsic
260(1)
Intrinsic mural
260(6)
Intraluminal
266(5)
Miscellaneous
271(1)
Peripheral Airways
272(5)
Bronchiectasis
272(5)
Small Airways
277(4)
Role of imaging in evaluation of SAD
277(1)
CT signs of small airway disease
277(1)
Classification
277(1)
Asthma
278(1)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
279(2)
15 Intensive Care Chest Radiology 281(10)
Akshay Kumar Saxena
Kushaljit Singh Sodhi
Nidhi Prabhakar
Chest radiograph
281(1)
Ultrasound
281(1)
Computed tomography
281(1)
Imaging of cardiopulmonary complications in ICU patients
282(5)
Imaging of support and monitoring apparatus
287(4)
16 Imaging in Thoracic Trauma 291(14)
Atin Kumar
Shivanand Gamanagatti
Role of imaging
291(1)
Pulmonary parenchymal injuries
292(2)
Pleural injuries
294(3)
Injuries of the mediastinum
297(4)
Injury of diaphragm
301(1)
Injury of chest wall
302(3)
17 Imaging of Pleura 305(30)
Anjali Prakash
Rashmi Dixit
Sapna Singh
Imaging modalities
305(2)
Pleural pathology
307(1)
Pleural effusion
307(2)
Imaging in pleural effusion
309(5)
Pleural effusion or ascitis
314(5)
Bronchopleural fistula
319(2)
Pleural thickening
321(1)
Pleura and asbestosis
322(1)
Asbestosis pseudotumor (Round atelectasis)
322(1)
Pleural calcification
323(1)
Pneumothorax
324(1)
Imaging findings of pneumothorax
325(3)
Pleural neoplasm
328(1)
Mesothelioma (malignant pleura mesothelioma
329(4)
Tumor-like conditions of the pleura
333(2)
18 Imaging of the Diaphragm and Chest Wall 335(18)
Ullwal Gorsi
Sameer Vyas
Anupam Lai
Embryology and anatomy
335(1)
Functions
336(1)
Imaging modalities
336(2)
Normal variants
338(1)
Diaphragmatic movements
339(1)
Diaphragmatic weakness and paralysis
340(1)
Diaphragmatic hernias
341(2)
Diaphragmatic injury
343(1)
Tumors of the diaphragm
343(2)
Chest wall
345(1)
Congenital and developmental anomalies
345(1)
Inflammatory and infectious diseases
346(1)
Tumors of the chest wall
347(4)
Metastatic disease
351(1)
Chest wall invasion by thoracic malignancy
351(2)
19 Bronchial Artery Embolization 353(14)
Ashu Seith Bhalla
Ankur Goyal
Patient selection
353(1)
Management approach
353(1)
Pathophysiology
353(1)
Indications of BAE
354(1)
Pre-procedure diagnostic work-up
354(3)
Relevant arterial anatomy
357(4)
Technique of BAE
361(3)
Complications
364(3)
20 Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interventions in Chest 367(14)
Naveen Kalra
Mandeep Kang
Anupam Lal
Ujjwal Gorsi
Image guidance modalities
367(1)
Nonvascular interventions
367(9)
Thermal ablation of lung lesions
376(1)
Vascular interventions
377(4)
21 Chest X-ray Evaluation in Cardiac Disease 381(8)
Sanjiv Sharma
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Priya Jagia
Cardiac silhouette
381(3)
Pulmonary vasculature
384(5)
22 Imaging Approach in Children with Congenital Heart Disease 389(9)
Priya Jagia
Sanjiv Sharma
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Sanjeev Kumar
Physical examination
389(1)
Radiological approach
389(4)
Multislice cardiac CT
393(1)
Cardiac MRI
394(3)
Cardiac catheterization
397(1)
23 Imaging in Ischemic Heart Disease 398(16)
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Sanjiv Sharma
Priya Jagia
Pathophysiology of ischemic heart disease
398(1)
Imaging modalities
399(1)
Imaging sequences
400(1)
Other useful sequences
401(2)
Evaluation of various components of IHD
403(6)
Recent advances on CT for assessment of coronary artery stenosis
409(1)
Future directions
410(4)
24 Imaging in Cardiomyopathies 414(7)
Priya Jagia
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Sanjiv Sharma
Classification
414(1)
Diagnostic techniques
414(1)
Dilated cardiomyopathy
414(7)
25 Imaging Evaluation of Cardiac Masses 421(14)
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Priya Jagia
Sanjiv Sharma
Clinical features
421(3)
Neoplastic lesions of the heart
424(5)
Non-neoplastic lesions
429(4)
Variant and normal anatomical structures simulating a cardiac mass
433(2)
26 Imaging Diagnosis of Valvular Heart Disease 435(9)
Priya Jagia
Sanjiv Sharma
Gurpreet Singh Gulati
Aortic valvular disease
435(1)
Mitral valvular disease
436(1)
Tricuspid valvular disease
437(1)
Hemodynamic effects on pulmonary vasculature
437(1)
Echocardiography
438(1)
Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
439(2)
Computed tomography
441(1)
Angiocardiography
442(2)
27 Imaging of the Pericardium 444(14)
Jyoti Kumar
Sapna Singh
Anju Garg
Gaurav Pradhan
Anatomy
444(3)
Physiology
447(1)
Congenital pericardial anomalies
447(1)
Congenital absence of the pericardium
448(1)
Pericardial effusion
449(2)
Cardiac tamponade
451(1)
Pericarditis
452(3)
Pneumopericardium
455(1)
Pericardial tumors
455(3)
28 Imaging and Interventions of Aorta 458(40)
Manphool Singhal
Kartik Ganga
Sanjeev Kumar
Vivek Gupta
Niranjan Khandelwal
Segmentation anatomy of aorta
458(1)
Imaging of aorta: basics
459(1)
Imaging modalities
460(5)
Indications for imaging the aorta
465(1)
Congenital aortic anomalies
465(4)
Acquired aortic diseases
469(1)
Aortic aneurysms
469(8)
Acute aortic syndrome
477(1)
Aortic dissection
477(1)
Imaging
478(7)
Intramural hematoma
485(1)
Penetrating aortic ulcer
486(1)
Aortitis
486(4)
Aortic trauma
490(2)
Atherosclerosis
492(6)
29 Imaging in Pulmonary Vascular Disease 498(17)
Ullwal Gorsi
Sanjeev Kumar
Kushaljit Singh Sodhi
Akshay Kumar Saxena
Anatomy
498(1)
Acute pulmonary embolism
499(5)
Chronic thromboembolic disease
504(1)
Pulmonary hypertension
504(4)
Vasculitis
508(1)
Pulmonary artery aneurysms and pseudoaneurysms
509(1)
Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations
509(1)
Congenital anomalies
510(1)
Malignant tumors
510(5)
30 Peripheral Vascular Diseases: Imaging and Interventions 515(18)
Shivanand Gamanagatti
Deva Kandasammy
Imaging modalities
515(4)
Imaging features clinical entities
519(1)
Atheroembolism and thromboembolism
520(1)
Peripheral arterial aneurysm
520(1)
Arteritis
520(1)
Popliteal artery entrapment syndrome
520(1)
Cystic adventitial disease
520(1)
Imaging strategy
521(1)
Treatment decision
521(1)
Types of procedures
521(1)
Results
521(1)
Follow-up and surveillance
521(1)
Technique of angioplasty
521(2)
Stenting
523(1)
Preprocedure work-up
523(1)
Day of procedure
523(1)
Vascular access
523(1)
Crossing of the lesion
523(1)
Balloon angioplasty
524(2)
How to decide the endpoint
526(1)
Subintimal angioplasty
526(1)
Stents
527(6)
Index 533
Anju Garg MD Director Professor and Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, Maulana Azad Medical Collage, New Delhi, India Arun Kumar Gupta MD FAMS Professor and Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India Niranjan Khandelwal MD Dip NBE FICR Professor and Head, Department of Radiodiagnosis, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India

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