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Radiology of the Respiratory System

Author : C.D.R Flower
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Clinical Practice in Pediatric Radiology The respiratory system

Author : Herbert J. Kaufmann
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Analysis of Roentgen Signs in General Radiology Respiratory system

Author : Isadore Meschan
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Analysis of Roentgen Signs in General Radiology Respiratory system

Author : Isadore Meschan
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Clinical Practice in Pediatric Radiology The respiratory system

Author : Jacques Lefebvre
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Analysis of Roentgen Signs in General Radiology

Author : Isadore Meschan
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Respiratory System and Artificial Ventilation

Author : Umberto Lucangelo
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Respiratory system and artificial ventilation are key topics when considering the main aspects of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. This book includes contributions by an international panel of authors. It collects valuable expertise to illustrate principles, and to study results and case experiences on respiratory physiopathology, respiratory mechanics, respiratory functions monitoring, artificial ventilation and diagnostic radiology in respiratory dysfunction failure.

Airway Stenting in Interventional Radiology

Author : Xinwei Han
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This book aims to provide comprehensive pictures of airway stenting technology in interventional radiology to clinical practitioners. The highlight of this book is that design concept and structure of stent are described in detail for readers to choose suitable stents for different airway diseases. The first part of the book introduces readers to airway foundation on basic ideas of trachea anatomy, common symptoms and imaging signs of respiratory system. The second part provides a broad overview of clinical application of interventional radiology in airway diseases, while the third part presents detailed interventional treatment of common airway diseases with case studies alongside in-depth analysis for each technique with comprehensive pictures. For each airway disease, a brief introduction, diagnosis, stent design, treatment plan as well as internal stent interventional operation procedures are offered to the readers. With the illustrative figures, this book is a useful reference to interventional radiologists, pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons, professional clinical staff, and medical students.

Diagnostic Evaluation of the Respiratory System

Author : Claudio Sorino
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This book is a practical guide to the diagnosis of respiratory disorders, helping clinicians recognise signs and symptoms, decide on the most appropriate diagnostic tests, and to interpret the results. Divided into four sections, the book covers respiratory system assessment, evaluation of respiratory function, diagnostic imaging, and invasive diagnostic techniques. The imaging section includes radiograph, computed tomography, angiography, and ultrasonography. The invasive diagnostic procedures section covers bronchoscopy, lung biopsy, transbronchial needle aspiration and more. Video-assisted thoracic surgery as a diagnostic tool is also discussed. Authored by recognised expert Professor Claudio Sorino from University of Palermo, this useful manual is enhanced by clinical images and figures. Key Points Practical guide to diagnosis of respiratory disorders Helps clinicians recognise signs and symptoms, choose appropriate diagnostic tests and interpret results Includes chapter on video-assisted thoracic surgery as a diagnostic tool Authored by recognised expert from University of Palermo

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Radiology of the Trachea

Author : Paul Stark
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The trachea is an integral part of the respiratory system. It is, or should be, visible on every high-quality chest radiograph. Frequently, however, the trachea is neglected as a source of disease by clinicians & radiologists alike. This book is the result of the author's special interest in this topic spanning 15 years. It deals with the major categories of disease involving the trachea, using illustrations to emphasize the crucial role imaging studies play in diagnosing disease in this organ.

Radiology Case Vignettes

Author : Kapisoor Singh
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Radiology Case Vignettes is a concise collection of imaging studies, ranging from basic to complex procedures involving different systems of the body. The book is divided into seven studies; neuroimaging, neck, respiratory system, abdominal and genitourinary, ultrasound, musculoskeletal, vascular and cardiac imaging.Radiology Case Vignettes includes 116 high quality images and illustrations, enhancing this ideal resource for students, residents, radiography practitioners and sonographers.

International Classification of HRCT for Occupational and Environmental Respiratory Diseases

Author : Yukinori Kusaka
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Many international experts collaborated in creating this groundbreaking work, a principal-coding system, and in developing reference films and imaging parameters for the International Classification of HRCT for Occupational and Environmental Respiratory Diseases. The book is an authoritative guide to the recognition of dust diseases of the lung, using radiological imaging techniques, with special emphasis on high-resolution computerized tomography (CT). The classification is a powerful, essential tool for recording patient data on CT in a globally standardized semiquantitative way. The system is also applicable to surveillance and screening for occupational and environmental respiratory diseases. The book is a valuable resource not only for radiologists but for all who work in occupational medicine and public health.

Airway Stenting in Interventional Radiology

Author : Xinwei Han
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This book aims to provide comprehensive pictures of airway stenting technology in interventional radiology to clinical practitioners. The highlight of this book is that design concept and structure of stent are described in detail for readers to choose suitable stents for different airway diseases. The first part of the book introduces readers to airway foundation on basic ideas of trachea anatomy, common symptoms and imaging signs of respiratory system. The second part provides a broad overview of clinical application of interventional radiology in airway diseases, while the third part presents detailed interventional treatment of common airway diseases with case studies alongside in-depth analysis for each technique with comprehensive pictures. For each airway disease, a brief introduction, diagnosis, stent design, treatment plan as well as internal stent interventional operation procedures are offered to the readers. With the illustrative figures, this book is a useful reference to interventional radiologists, pulmonologists, thoracic surgeons, professional clinical staff, and medical students.

Diagnostic Radiology Chest and Cardiovascular Imaging

Author : Anju Garg
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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

I C U Chest Radiology

Author : Harold Moskowitz
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A practical, highly useful guide to the principles of I.C.U. chest radiology, complete with case studies and radiographs on CD For critically ill patients in a hospital's I.C.U., a portable chest radiograph is the most helpful, and most commonly used, x-ray examination. Cardiopulmonary complications and the malposition of lines, tubes, and catheters are often initially detected on a portable chest film. It is essential for hospital personnel to know how to approach and read these films, and yet little attention has been paid to teaching the accurate evaluation of this crucial diagnostic tool. The first book in more than a decade to specifically address this topic, I.C.U. Chest Radiology is an authoritative and concise guide to interpreting portable chest film; identifying and correcting any abnormal positions in the various devices inserted into the vascular and respiratory systems; and diagnosing abnormalities of the cardiopulmonary system. Radiology expert Dr. Harold Moskowitz outlines his approach and philosophy toward x-ray interpretation of the I.C.U. patient—one that can be used daily and in any I.C.U. setting. Divided into ten straightforward chapters, the book begins with a discussion of the physics necessary to obtain a proper film and moves on to the more clinical problems encountered each day in the I.C.U.—such as airspace disease, barotrauma, pneumonia, congestive failure, and malalignment of tubes and lines. Throughout, Moskowitz points out specific findings that can often make a difference in a patient's management. Supporting these detailed chapters is a CD featuring real-life case studies and radiographic images that simulate common problems in the I.C.U. This is a unique way for readers to prepare to handle the all-too-common scenario: the 2:00 a.m. call from an I.C.U. nurse that a patient has "crashed" and needs attention. Using knowledge gleaned from the chapters, the reader is encouraged to study the radiograph in each case, identify the various problems, determine the clinical condition that caused deterioration in the patient, and plan a course of action. Readers can test themselves with the cases and then listen as Moskowitz discusses the pertinent findings on the film. I.C.U. Chest Radiology is essential reading for those who work in or are associated with I.C.U.s—radiologists, intensivists, hospitalists, emergency room physicians, residents, medical students, physician assistants, respiratory therapists, and nurses. It will also be a valuable guide for personnel who work in step down units and emergency rooms.

Radiology in Medical Practice

Author : A. B. M. Abdullah
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An excellent guide in radiology, helpful not only for medical students of different specialities, but also for the radiologists, general practitioners and even medical teachers. . The book is divided into two sections. Section I deals with X-rays and is subdivided to various body systems including respiratory systems, CVS, abdomen, skeletal system and bones, etc. Section II contains CT scans and MRI involving chest, brain and abdomen. . The text has been divided into three parts: (i) Presentation of the film; (ii) Diagnosis and differential diagnoses; and (iii) finally, important related questions and answers with relevant short notes are discussed. . This book also contains useful tips, suggestions and reminders for the examination. . The approach has been easily understandable, concise and does not overburden the clinicians, busy practitioners, consultants and even specialists in the midst of volumes around them. . This book is an excellent guide in radiology, helpful not only for medical students of different specialities, but also for the radiologists, general practitioners and even medical teachers.

Radiology in Medical Practice E book

Author : A B M Abdullah
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An excellent guide in radiology, helpful not only for medical students of different specialities but also for the radiologists, general practitioners and even medical teachers. This book is divided into two sections. Section I deals with X-rays and is subdivided into various body systems including respiratory systems, CVS, abdomen, skeletal system and bones, etc. Section II (online only) contains CT scan and MRI involving the chest, brain and abdomen. The text is divided into three parts: (i) Presentation of the film; (ii) diagnoses and differential diagnoses; and (iii) important related questions and answers with relevant short notes. This book also contains useful tips, suggestions and reminders for the examination. The approach is easily understandable, concise and does not overburden the clinicians, busy practitioners, consultants and even specialists in the midst of voluminous text around them. This new book is enriched significantly by the addition of the latest information, newly organised chapters and new photographs of radiological films to keep up with the recent improvements in this field. Pictures of old X-ray films have been replaced with new and updated digital radiological images.

Iatrogenic Thoracic Complications

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The purpose of this series of volumes is to present a comprehensive view of the complications that result from the use of acceptable diagnostic and therapeutic proce dures. Individual volumes will deal with iatrogenic complications involving (I) the alimentary system, (2) the urinary system, (3) the respiratory and cardiac systems, (4) the skeletal system and (5) the pediatric patient. The term iatrogenic, derived from two Greek words, means physician-induced. Originally, it applied only to psychiatric disorders generated in the patient by autosug gestion, based on misinterpretation of the doctor's attitude and comments. As clinically used, it now pertains to the inadvertent side-effects and complications created in the course of diagnosis and treatment. The classic categories of disease have included: (1) congenital and developmental, (2) traumatic, (3) infectious and inflammatory, (4) metabolic, (5) neoplastic, and (6) degenerative. To these must be added, however, iatrogenic disorders-a major, although generally unacknowledged, source of illness. While great advances in medical care in both diagnosis and therapy have been accom few decades, many are at times associated with certain side-effects plished in the past and risks which may result in distress equal to or greater than the basic condition. Iatrogenic complications, which may be referred to as "diseases of medical progress," have become a new dimension in the causation of human disease.

Lecture Notes Respiratory Medicine

Author : Stephen J. Bourke
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Respiratory Medicine Lecture Notes covers everything from the basics of anatomy and physiology, through to the aetiology, epidemiology, symptoms and management of a full range of respiratory diseases, providing a comprehensive yet easy-to-read overview of all the essentials of respiratory medicine. Key features of this new, full-colour edition include: • Updated and expanded material on chest X-rays and radiology • Self-assessment exercises for each chapter • A range of clinical images and scans showing the key features of each disease • Fully supported by a companion website at www.lecturenoteseries.com/respiratory featuring figures, key points, web links, and interactive self-assessment questions Ideal for learning the basics of the respiratory system, starting a placement, or as a quick-reference revision guide, Respiratory Medicine Lecture Notes is an invaluable resource for medical students, respiratory nurses and junior doctors.