An essential for radiology specialists and students, Diagnostic Imaging: Genitourinary, 3rd Edition (PDF) includes an image-abundant, reader-friendly format that describes the function of imaging in detecting and handling illness of the GU system. Concise chapters and magnificent imaging examples integrate to make this medical recommendation ebook an all-inclusive resource for each member of the radiology group.
- Presents roughly 2,500 remarkable images for a higher visual understanding, while bulleted textbook speeds up recommendation and evaluation
- Includes a broadened tabulation, upgraded chapters and referrals, and brand name brand-new illustrations that highlight the functions of ultrasound and MR for examining illness of the GU system
- State-of-the-art imaging — such as CT urography, MR urography, DECT, and DWI MR — addresses the quickly altering diagnostic algorithm utilized for assessment of illness of the genitourinary system
- Covers essential hot subjects such as prostate cancer staging and monitoring, staging and subclassification of kidney cell cancer, adrenal adenoma work-up and importance, and the function of DECT for kidney stone characterization.
“This is a welcome addition to the genitourinary imaging literature. It provides an extensive review of genitourinary pathology, nicely parsed into organs. It is an excellent reference for those wishing to review a particular diagnosis. However, it is also of a manageable size that can easily be read cover-to-cover during a 2- to 4-week GU rotation. The fact that the publishers have decided to cleave genitourinary imaging from the abdominal imaging book is an excellent response to the ever-increasing amount of medical information.” – Tara Catanzano, MD (Baystate Medical Center)