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Caffey's Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging (2 Vol. Set)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0323011098, Hardcover)Here's the new, 10th Edition of the "bible" of pediatric radiology! Since 1945, this classic has offered comprehensive coverage of all areas of interest to the radiologist who deals with children. The title has been changed from Pediatric X-Ray Diagnosis to emphasize the new material included in this extensively revised version. This work is edited by Dr.Jerald Kuhn, the co-editor with Dr. Fred Silverman of the previous edition, and two new authorities, Dr. Thomas Slovis, former president of the Society for Pediatric Radiology, and Dr. Jack Haller. Over 30 contributors have added their expertise to nine sections of the new work.Includes discussions of state-of-the-art diagnostic methods while maintaining a clinical focus.All Modalities are covered, including Nuclear Medicine and Interventional Radiology.eatures a user-friendly organization: Information is broken down by body system and then cross-referenced to expanded discussions of different systems. For each discussion, readers will find complete coverage of normal anatomy, roentgenographic appearance, congenital disorders, traumatic lesions, infections, neoplasms, and more!Entirely new section on imaging of the neonate details those conditions uniquely occurring in this age group.New "teaching boxes" have been added throughout the book to emphasize the most important points.
New introductory chapter discusses the hazards of exposure to diagnostic radiation in childhood.
50% of images are new, most are of Ultrasound, CT or MRI studies.
New appendix to reflect easy format for measurements, protocols, and pathonomic findings in frequently seen pediatric diseases.
With 58 contributors.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:50 -0400)
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