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Multi-Detector CT Imaging
Principles, Head, Neck, and Vascular Systems

ISBN 9781138076488
Published November 22, 2017 by CRC Press
583 Pages 624 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Developments in CT technology during the last 20 years have impressively improved its diagnostic potentialities. Part of a two-volume set that covers all aspects of CT imaging, Multi-Detector CT Imaging: Principles, Head, Neck, and Vascular Systems contains easily searchable clinical specialty chapters that provide specific information without need of an index. The coverage goes far beyond just a "how-to" or an encyclopedia of findings, however. The authors have uniformly put techniques, clinical findings, pathologic disease presentations, and clinical implications of imaging findings in practical perspective.

This Volume Features:

  • Discusses technical principles, CT perfusion, contrast media, postprocessing and clinical applications, and radiation dose
  • Covers imaging of the neck and brain, including paranasal sinuses and the ear, brain tumors, neurodegenerative diseases, CNS infection, and head trauma
  • Examines how to use CT data for planning cardiovascular procedures
  • Includes coverage of pathologies of the pericardium and CT venography
  • Presents information on clinical applications in lung disease

With the critical role CT plays and the rapid innovations in computer technology, it is no wonder that advances in the capabilities and complexity of CT imaging continue to evolve. While information about these developments may be scattered about in journals and other resources, this two-volume set provides an authoritative, up-to-date, and educational reference that covets the entire spectrum of CT.

Table of Contents

General Principles
Technical Principles of Computed Tomography, Michael M. Lell and Christianne Leidecker
CT Perfusion: Principles, Implementations, and Clinical Applications, Aaron So, Errol E. Stewart, Christopher D. d’Esterre, Timothy Pok Chi Yeung, Glenn Bauman, Nikolaj K. G. Jensen, Eugene Wong, and Ting-Yim Lee
Contrast Media in Computed Tomography Imaging, Yousef W. Nielsen and Henrik S. Thomsen
Computed Tomography Angiography: Postprocessing Methods and Clinical Applications, Zhonghua Sun
Radiation Dose in Computed Tomography, Kosuke Matsubara

Imaging of the Paranasal Sinuses and Ear, Thomas J. Vogl and Ahmed M. Tawfik
Head and Neck, Irfan Celebi
Computed Tomography Imaging of Brain Tumors, Jonathan K. Park and Whitney Pope
Computed Tomography Imaging of Stroke, Angelika Hoffmann and Max Wintermark
Neurodegenerative Diseases, Asim K. Bag, Joel K. Curé, and Philip R. Chapman
Central Nervous System Infection, Asim K. Bag, Shehanaz Ellika, and Surjith Vattoth
Head Trauma, Eytan Raz and Pier Luigi Di Paolo

Cardiovascular System
Coronary Artery Imaging, Robert Donnino and Monvadi B. Srichai
Cardiovascular CT Imaging of Valvular Structure and Myocardial Perfusion: Anatomic and Functional CT Data for the Planning of Cardiovascular Procedures, Kheng-Thye Ho and Paul Schoenhagen
Pathologies of the Pericardium, Samuel Boynton and Philip A. Araoz
Pulmonary Embolism and Pulmonary Hypertension, Tobias De Zordo, Karoline Netzer, Gudrun Feuchtner, and Werner Jaschke
Computed Tomography of Carotid and Vertebral Arteries, Luca Saba
CT of the Aorta and Splanchnic Vessels, Jorge M. Fuentes-Orrego, Rocío Pérez-Johnston, and Dushyant V. Sahani
Peripheral CT Angiography of the Lower and Upper Limbs, Michele Anzidei, Eugenio Marotta, Luca Bertaccini, Alessandro Napoli, and Carlo Catalano
CT Venography, Michele Anzidei, Goffredo Serra, Francesco Fraioli, and Carlo Catalano

Thorax and Mediastinum
Infective Pathology of the Lung, Jeffrey P. Kanne
Interstitial Lung Disease, Irene Ariozzi, Carmelinda Manna, Eleonora Zambrini, Antonio Pavarani, and Nicola Sverzellati
Pulmonary Neoplasms of the Lung, Jin Mo Goo
Pathologies of the Mediastinum, Ahmed Abdel Khalek Abdel Razek

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"This book starts with a chapter on technical principles of CT that explains the basic physics in a lucid manner. There are chapters on contrast media and also on radiation dose that cover the necessary requirements of postgraduate examinations. In the system-wise chapters, this book is a good treatise on the imaging of those organs which have still a major role or exclusive role of CT, e.g., lungs, pancreas, and clinical conditions like trauma/emergency imaging. The book does mention MRI appearances and includes MR images where necessary, e.g., neuroimaging. The book has been printed on good quality paper and the binding is strong. ... The book will be a good addition on the radiologist’s bookshelf and will be useful for day-to-day reference especially for emergency and trauma CT reporting."
—Mandar Varadpande, The Society of Radiologists in Training