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Radiologic diagnosis of chest disease

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chest -- Imaging.,
  • Chest -- Radiography.,
  • Thoracic Radiography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMiriam Sperber, editor ; consultants to the editor, Philippe Grelet, Dragutin Novak, Dirk Westra.
    ContributionsSperber, Miriam.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC941 .R26 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 580 p. :
    Number of Pages580
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2204315M
    ISBN 100387970991
    LC Control Number89026163

    The book is intended for practicing radiologists, radiologists in training (including fellows and residents), and clinicians who wish to gain further depth of knowledge in chest disease. The book is laid out in the familiar format of the Diagnostic Imaging series, providing comprehensive coverage of all aspects of chest imaging.   Chest Radiology: Plain Film Patterns and Differential Diagnoses, 6 th Edition, by James C Reed, MD, provides expert guidance on interpretation of the most often seen radiologic patterns of chest disease. The new edition continues to emphasize pattern recognition on plain film -- with correlative CT, MR and other important modalities included where :

    This book is a reference in plain chest film diagnosis provides a thorough background in the differential diagnosis of 22 of the most common radiologic patterns of chest disease. Each chapter is introduced with problem cases and a set of questions, followed by a tabular listing of the appropriate differential considerations. Recognize a pattern of peripheral alveolar lung disease on radiography or chest CT and give an appropriate differential diagnosis, including a single most likely diagnosis when supported by associated radiologic findings or clinical information (e.g. peripheral lung disease associated with paratracheal and bilateral hilar adenopathy in an.

      Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Serpil Erzurum, MD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation) Description: This is the fourth edition of a classic text on chest diseases and represents a substantial expansion over the previous edition published in Purpose: The purpose is similar to previous editions in that the authors propose to provide a concept of and an Price: $ Sharpen your skills in chest x-ray interpretation using this trusted clinical resource! Chest Radiology: Patterns and Differential Diagnoses, 7th Edition, by Dr. James Reed, walks you through a logical, sequential thought process for the differential diagnoses of 23 radiologic patterns of common chest diseases, using superbly illustrated patient cases.


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Sperber and her contributors expertly facilitate understanding of the fundamentals of pulmonary disorders and promote a Format: Paperback. Unlike other texts of limited scope, the second edition of Diagnosis of Diseases of the Chest by Fraser and Paré provides a complete discussion of the chest in health and disease.

Fraser and Paré not only have provided a pathologic-radiologic correlation but have made the clinical findings an integral part of the discussion. As in the first edition, pathologic states are discussed by Author: H.

Karkut. Methodologies of choosing techniques are also discussed. The first section of the book reviews the applications of the various radiographic modalities. The second part is organized by disease - emphasizing the radiographic manifestations and indicating appropriate imaging techniques most useful for diagnosis.

The remaining 19 chapters describe specific chest diseases, sequelae of traumatic or environmental chest injury, and disease involving specific anatomic structures in the chest.

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This unique book is a radiologic companion to Fraser & Pare's DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE CHEST, 4TH EDITION. An abbreviated approach to the subject matter provides only the most essential.

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The second part is organized by disease - emphasizing the radiographic manifestations and. Download Citation | Radiologic Diagnosis of Chest Disease | Plain radiographs of the chest are obtained routinely with the patient in an erect position, with fully suspended respiration.

Chest Radiology: Patterns and Differential Diagnoses, 7th Edition, by Dr. James Reed, walks you through a logical, sequential thought process for the differential diagnoses of 23 radiologic patterns of common chest diseases, using superbly illustrated patient cases.

You’ll gain a solid and thorough understanding of how to read and. Prior to the virtual atomic explosion of medical knowledge, at a time when communica­ tion was very much slower, a medical book, to be authoritative and believable, had to be written by a very knowledgable, and, per force, usually quite senior person.

The book is divided in three parts, including normal anatomy, imaging techniques and clinical and radiological details on numerous diseases. It covers a broad readership and is of great interest to specialists in internal and chest medicine, thoracic surgery, radiology, pathology, immunology, oncology, etc., as well as to the trainees in these Author: Miriam Sperber.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Radiologic diagnosis of chest disease. London ; New York: Springer, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Radiologic diagnosis of chest disease. New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC) Document Type.

The book is divided in three parts, including normal anatomy, imaging techniques and clinical and radiological details on numerous diseases.

It covers a broad readership and is of great interest to specialists in internal and chest medicine, thoracic surgery, radiology, pathology, immunology, oncology, etc., as well as to the trainees in these. This shorter book would serve as a good purchase for a second rotation and would provide an excellent review of the radiologic findings of chest illness in preparation for the board examination.

By Nestor L. Müller, Richard S. Fraser, Neil C. Colman, P. Paré. Philadelphia: Saunders, pp., $Author: Stephen I. Schabel. RADIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE CHEST provides a superb, concise overview of the radiologic manifestations of chest disease.

This unique book is a radiologic companion to Fraser & Pare's DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE CHEST, 4TH EDITION. An abbreviated approach to the subject matter Pages: Dr. Endrei states in his introduction that the book is designed to demonstrate “the possibilities offered by a radiologic diagnosis among physicians working in widely differing branches of medicine.” This little paperback, with its 22 pages of discussion, provides an introduction to the radiology of chest by: 1.

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Fraser MD, Neil C. Colman MD, PD Pare MD Binding:Hardcover Publisher:Saunders Publication Date Pages Signed:False First Edition:False Dust Jacket:False List Price. Chest Radiology: Plain Film Patterns and Differential Diagnoses, 6th Edition, by James C Reed, MD, provides expert guidance on interpretation of the most often seen radiologic patterns of chest disease.

The new edition continues to emphasize pattern recognition on plain film -- with correlative CT, MR and other important modalities included where s: 1. As a budding young chest radiologist more than a decade ago, I bought Fraser and Paré's Diagnosis of Diseases of the Chest as the first book of my career.

At the time it was the definitive, one-stop-shopping book of chest diseases. My third edition of this classic has been well used and has served me : Eric J. Stern.Conventional radiography continues to play an important role in radiologic practice, but it is often perceived as a less glamorous aspect of radiology by those new to imaging.

The book is arranged into three main sections: bone, chest, and abdomen. Each section is subdivided by disease pattern.Description: Since it first published inthis book has come to be widely acknowledged as the best single-volume reference on the radiologic diagnosis of adult chest disease.

It focuses on the use of plain film studies, but also includes other .