Atlas of contrast-enhanced mammography
Descriptif détaillé : Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography
This book is an essential guide for the latest developments with correlative findings, practical interpretation tips, physics, and information on how contrast mammography differs from conventional 2D and 3D Full Field of View digital mammography (FFDM).
What is the content of "Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography" ?
- over 1000 high-quality 2D, 3D and recombined contrast mammography images representing the spectrum of breast imaging
- findings obtained in the full range of benign, pre-malignant and malignant conditions, including artefacts and postoperative changes, presented with high-quality illustrations from case examples
- image interpretation tips using mammographic and DCE-MRI descriptors of the BI-RADS lexicon to effectively read and interpret this advanced imaging modality
- practical tips to interpret this new modality and how it is used as an adjunct to 2D mammography
- details on how integration of contrast-enhanced mammography drastically changes lesion work-up and overall workflow in the department
- "imaging pearls" boxes offering interpretation tips for expert clinical guidance
- a case on the recently introduced CEM guided biopsy procedure
Who is the target audience of "Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography" ?
The book’s target audience consists of diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, technologists and clinicians involved in the care of breast cancer patients, including surgeons and oncologists. The goal is to provide a concise introduction to CEM and to lead to enhanced interpretation and better patient staging prior to surgery.
Who are the authors of "Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography" ?
Jacopo Nori is a Consultant Breast Radiologist and the Chief of Breast Imaging at Careggi University Hospital, Italy. His practice specializes in Breast Cancer Imaging, which he has previously trained for and practiced at the Institute Gustave Roussy in Paris, Montpellier Hospital, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
In addition to Breast Tomosynthesis, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Contrast-Enhanced Breast Imaging, Dr. Nori’s interests include laser ablation of breast lesions and B3 lesion removal with VABB systems. He has authored and co-authored numerous abstracts and publications in national and international journals, as well as three imaging books.
Maninderpal Kaur is a Breast Imaging Radiologist at the Department of Radiology in Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital, Malaysia. Her undergraduate training was obtained in Bangalore University, India, while she did her postgraduate radiology training at University Malaya in Malaysia. She pursued a Fellowship in Women’s Imaging under the Ministry of Health Malaysia. She was trained in breast imaging at the Gustave Roussy Cancer Institute, Paris, France and Careggi University Hospital, Firenze, Italy.
She has been instrumental in pioneering contrast-enhanced breast imaging in Malaysia. Editor of the first book on Contrast-Enhanced Digital Mammography, she also has a keen interest in the field of research and is an author and co-author in several abstracts and publications in international journals and congresses.
Anat Kornecki graduated with a degree from the Medical School at Tel-Aviv University, and subsequently completed Abdominal and Women’s Imaging fellowships at the University of Toronto. She is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Medical Imaging, Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. She is the Head of the Breast Imaging division, as well as a Scientist Associate at Lawson and Robarts research institutes, and Regional Lead for breast imaging at Cancer Care Ontario.
J. Devi Meenal is a Professor and Head of the Department of Radio Diagnosis at Government Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai, India. She completed her Radiology residency from Barnard Institute of Radiology, Madras Medical College, Chennai. Her main research interest and publications focus on women’s imaging, with a special interest on MR Mammography and Contrast enhanced Digital Mammography.
She has authored 15 publications, and given hundreds of lectures in state and national forums. She has received numerous distinguished orations and citation awards at various national forums for her contribution in the field of Radiology, to name a few - Prof. TS Swaminathan young achiever award, Distinguished alumni award of PSG institutions, Best Performance Award of Appreciation 2017 and Best Doctor Award 2019 from the government of Tamil Nadu.
Martin Yaffe, a medical physicist, is Professor of Medical Biophysics at The University of Toronto and Senior Scientist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Canada. His team helped pioneer the development and clinical evaluation of digital mammography and the establishment of quantitative measures of mammographic density as a risk factor for breast cancer. He has published over 290 peer-reviewed articles. His contributions in breast cancer research were recognized by the award of Membership in The Order of Canada in 2015. He is part of the leadership team on the 165,000 woman TMIST randomized trial of breast tomosynthesis.