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"Thoracic Imaging: Case Review" , by Phillip M. Boiselle, MD, Theresa C. McLoud, MD and Gerald F. Abbott, MD, tests your ability to interpret a wide range of images seen in practice. 

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Pages 368
Taille 21 x 27
Type Broché
ISBN 9780323428798

Description détaillée : THORACIC IMAGING 3rd edition

The completely revised edition of this title in the popular Case Review series features all-new cases and superb-quality accompanying images that explore the newest imaging modalities, including new treatment guidelines for lung cancer, HIV/AIDS, and pneumonia. This complete study of thoracic imaging has been organized for quick reference and easy board and recertification review.


What is the content of "Thoracic Imaging 3rd edition" ?

Easily find and study the most challenging topics from among approximately 200 cases-organized by difficulty - and 400 images - with questions and answers, diagnoses, commentary, references, and cross-references to Thoracic Radiology: The Requisites.

  • Presents more than145 high-yield case studies organized by level of difficulty, helping you build your knowledge and confidence in stages. All cases have been refreshed and rewritten to capturethe latest clinical implications and diagnostic pearlson thoracic conditions that you will be tested on.

  • Includes multiple-choice questions, answers, and rationalesthat mimic the format of certification exams.

  • Uses short, easily digestible chapterscovering the full range of thoracic imaging for efficient, effective learning and exam preparation.

  • Features hundreds ofhigh-quality, full-color images(many new to this edition) representing a wide range of clinical situations encountered in thoracic imaging. Images include chest radiographs, CT, PET-CT, and MRI to help you expand your visual identification and diagnostic skills.

  • Clearly see and interpret 400 high-quality, state-of-the-art images representing a wide range of clinical situations encountered in thoracic imaging.

Get fresh perspectives from 200 updated or new cases reflecting the most recent changes in thoracic imaging, including PET-CT, emerging pulmonary infections, smoking-related lung diseases, Fleischner guidelines for management of incidentally detected lung nodules, and ground glass and part-solid lung nodules.

Spend less time searching and more time learning with easy-to-navigate chapters focused on visual identification and diagnosis, and reorganized by degree of case difficulty.

A top-selling volume of the popular Case Review series with new and improved images throughout is the perfect tool to prepare for the toughest cases in Thoracic radiology.


Who are the authors of "Thoracic Imaging 3rd edition" ?

Gerald F. Abbott : Associate Radiologist, Thoracic Imaging and Intervention Division, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Jonathan Hero Chung : Section Chief, Thoracic Radiology, Associate Professor, The University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Jeffrey P Kanne : Professor and Chief of Thoracic Imaging, Vice Chair of Quality and Safety, Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison Wisconsin, USA

Theresa C. McLoud : Associate Radiologist-in-Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital; Director of Education & Professor of Radiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

Justin T. Stowell : Justin Stowell, MD, Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida

Sommaire : THORACIC IMAGING 3rd edition

CASE 1 Lung Cancer
Case 4
1CASE 2 Spontaneous Pneumothorax
1Case 1. Lung Cancer
2Case 2. Spontaneous Pneumothorax
3Case 3. Pleural Plaques
4Case 4. Emphysema--Chest Radiography
5Case 5. Sarcoidosis (1,2,3 Lymphadenopathy)
6Case 6. Mesothelioma
7Case 7. Junction Lines
8Case 8. Hamartoma
9CASE 9 Left Lower Lobe Pneumonia
9Case 9. Cystic Fibrosis
10Case 10. Mediastinal Mass (Aneurysm or Other Vascular Lesion)
11Case 11. Pulmonary Contusion and Laceration
12Case 12. Malpositioned Catheter
13Case 13. Abnormal Paraspinal Line on Radiography
14Case 14. Miliary Tuberculosis
15Case 15. Neurofibromas
16Case 16. Left Lower Lobe Atelectasis
17Case 17. Pulmonary Hypertension
18Case 18. Lung Abscess
19Case 19. Pneumomediastinum
20Case 20. Subpulmonic Pleural Effusion
21Case 21. Pneumothorax on Supine Radiograph
22Case 22. Loculated Pleural Fluid in the Major Fissure
23Case 23. Esophageal Cancer
24Case 24. Calcified Granuloma
25Case 25. Radiation Pneumonitis
26Case 26. Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
27Case 27. Cavitary Tuberculosis
28Case 28. Mycetoma
29Case 29. Pericardial Cyst
30Case 30. Pneumonia
31Case 31. Empyema
32Case 32. Neurogenic Tumor (Schwannoma)
33Case 33. Hemothorax
34Case 34. Rib Notching
35Case 35. Left Upper Lobe Atelectasis (Lung Cancer)
36Case 36. Interstitial Edema
37Case 37. Thyroid Goiter
38Case 38. Community-Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia
39Case 39. Pulmonary Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis
40Case 40. Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis
41Case 41. Rounded Atelectasis
42Case 42. Sarcoidosis (Stage IV)
43Case 43. Emphysema on CT (centrilobular)
44Case 44. Anterior Mediastinal Mass (Thymoma)
45Case 45. Subcarinal Lymph Node Enlargement Secondary to Metastatic Disease
46Case 46. Silicosis
47Case 47. Progressive Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma)
48Case 48. Ranke Complex
49Case 49. Bronchiectasis
50Case 50. Arteriovenous Malformation
51Case 51. Aortic Aneurysm
52Case 52. Pulmonary Infarction
53Case 53. Lymphoma
54Case 54. Traumatic Aortic Injury
55Case 55. Lipoid Pneumonia
56Case 56. Kartagener Syndrome
57Case 57. Invasive Aspergillosis
58Case 58. Granulomatosis with Polyangiiitis
59Case 59. Lymphangioleiomyomatosis
60Case 60. Tuberculosis (Lymphadenopathy)
61Case 61. Pneumocystis Jirovecii Pneumonia
62Case 62. Ossified Lymph Nodes Secondary to Metastatic Osteosarcoma
63Case 63. Septic Infarcts
64Case 64. Bronchopleural Fistula
65Case 65. Superior Sulcus Tumor
66Case 66. Post-Primary "Reactivation" TB
67Case 67. Mediastinal and Hilar Lymphadenopathy (Lung Cancer)
68Case 68. Subsolid Nodule (Adenocarcinoma)
69Case 69. Azygos Continuation of the Inferior Vena Cava
70Case 70. Right Upper Lobe Atelectasis
71Case 71. Traumatic Rupture of the Left Hemidiaphragm
72Case 72. Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava
73Case 73. Aspiration
74Case 74. Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonia (NSIP)
75Case 75. Ascending Aortic Aneurysm
76Case 76. Carcinoid
77Case 77. Boerhaave Syndrome
78Case 78. Bronchiectasis
79Case 79. Bulla (Giant)
80Case 80. Combined RML and RLL Atelectasis (Endobronchial Metastases)
81Case 81. Lipoma
82Case 82. Apical Cap
83Case 83. Bleomycin Drug Toxicity
84Case 61 Radiation Pneumonitis /Chronic
84Case 84. Lung Cancer With N2 Nodal Disease
85Case 85. Superior Vena Cava (SVC) Syndrome
86Case 86. Pulmonary Hemorrhage
87Case 87. Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF)
88Case 88. Chest Wall Mass ? Hematoma
89Case 89. Scimitar Sign (Hypogenetic Lung Syndrome)
90Case 90. Pericardial Effusion
91Case 91. Bronchiectasis
92Case 92. Achalasia
93Case 93. Coccidioidomycosis
94Case 94. Hydrostatic Pulmonary Edema
95Case 95. Internal Mammary Lymph Node Enlargement
96Case 96. CT-Guided Transthoracic Needle Biopsy (TTNB)
97Case 97. Bronchial Atresia
98Case 98. Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
99Case 99. Solitary Pulmonary Nodule--Lung Cancer Screening
100Case 100. Tracheal Stenosis
101Case 101. Thymic Hyperplasia
102Case 102. Part Solid Nodule
103Case 103. Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis
104Case 104. Allergic Bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis
105Case 105. Mucoid Impaction (Obstructing Tumor)
106Case 106. Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Pleura
107Case 107. Complete Lung Collapse (Lung Cancer)
108Case 108. Mycobacterium avium Complex (MAC) Infection
109Case 109. Sarcoidosis (Perilymphatic Nodules)
110Case 110 Small Airways Disease (Infectious Bronchiolitis)
111Case 111 Mosaic Attenuation (Small Airways Disease)
112Case 112. Chronic Beryllium Disease
113Case 113. Chronic Eosinophilic Pneumonia
114Case 114. Tracheal Diverticulum
115Case 115. Sternal Dehiscence Following Median Sternotomy
116Case 116. Mediastinitis
117Case 117: Organizing Pneumonia
118Case 118. Tracheobronchial Amyloidosis
119Case 119: Constrictive Bronchiolitis
120Case 120. Metastasizing Leiomyoma
121Case 121. Asbestosis
122Case 122. Mounier-Kuhn Syndrome
123Case 123. Tracheomalacia
124Case 124. Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Trachea
125Case 125. Nocardia Infection (Heart Transplant Patient)
126Case 126. Chronic Pulmonary Embolism
127Case 127. Metastatic Thyroid Carcinoma
128Case 128. Castleman Disease (Benign Lymph Node Hyperplasia)
129Case 129. Aortic Dissection
130Case 130. Relapsing Polychondritis
131Case 131. Swyer-James-Macleod Syndrome
132Case 132. Accessory Cardiac Bronchus
133Case 133. Intralobar Sequestration
134Case 134. Acute Pulmonary Embolism
135Case 135. Panlobular Emphysema (Alpha1-Antitrypsin Deficiency)
136Case 136. Thymic Cyst
137Case 137. Tracheal Bronchus
138Case 138. Amiodarone Drug Toxicity
139Case 139 Saphenous Vein Graft Aneurysm Following CABG Surgery
140Case 140. Infectious Bronchiolitis
141Case 141. Viral Pneumonia (Organ Transplant Patient)
142Case 142 Pulmonary Venoocclusive Disease
143Case 143 Tracheobronchial Papillomatosis
144Case 144 Idiopathic Tracheal Stenosis
144Case 144. Echinococcal Cysts
145Case 145. Congenital Pulmonary Airway Malformation (CPAM)
146Case 146 Lymphocytic Interstitial Pneumonia (LIP)

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