This book provides a concise overview of neonatal imaging. 

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Auteur(s) Michael Riccabona
Date 14/06/2023
Pages 479
Taille 18 x 24
Type Relié
ISBN 9783031157288

Description détaillée : IMAGING IN NEONATES

After a short clinical introduction on the crucial role of imaging in diagnosing and treating neonatal conditions, it discusses the various methods (ultrasound, digital radiography, fluoroscopy, CT, and MRI) available and explains in detail how they have to be adapted for neonatal applications. Chapters feature imaging findings and differential diagnoses for the most common neonatal conditions. Additionally, some relevant aspects of foetal imaging are presented.

Written by an interdisciplinary team, Imaging in Neonates is a practical resource for daily use in the ward for all medical professionals involved in treating neonates. 


Michael Riccabona : Author of "Imaging in Neonates"

Michael Riccabona, MD, worked at the Department of Radiology’s Division of Paediatric Radiology at the Medical University and University Hospital Graz, Austria. After his recent retirement, he is still lecturing at the University and internationally.

Prof. Riccabona was the president of ESPR in 2015 and is now an honorary member of ESPR, GPR and OERG. He is also a fellow of AIUM and a past president of the society of German-speaking pediatric radiologists (GPR). He was chair of the paediatric section of the Austrian Ultrasound Society (OEGUM) and the Austrian Radiological Society (OERG). He has and is engaged in numerous teaching activities throughout the world, particularly also in outreach settings, and editor of several books as well as author of numerous book chapters.



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