A Guide to Beginners
Descriptif détaillé : Thoracic Radiology - A Guide to Beginners
Oncologic and non-oncologic conditions are reviewed and described in detail, featuring, besides normal anatomy, also high quality images from several modalities (including X-ray, CT, MR and PET), as well as b/w and color illustrations and line drawings.
Complications associated with surgical and oncological treatments are also presented in detail with extensive imaging examples.
The book provides a thorough coverage of the topic of thoracic imaging, yet considering a concise and synthetic approach essential to optimal learning.
The book will be a useful reference guide for the everyday clinical practice of young radiologists, residents and medical students.
Who are the authors of "Thoracic Radiology"?
Prof. Iacopo Carbone is Associate Professor at the Department of Radiological, Oncological and Anatomopathological Sciences of Sapienza University, Rome and Director of Sapienza University Hospital at Latina. In 2011 he won the Bracco Diagnostic Imaging Grant named ‘Evaluation of early and delayed enhancement areas with Cardiac Magnetic Resonance contrast-enhanced T1 mapping’ and authored 30 Peer reviewed publications.
Dr Michele Anzidei is a body radiologist at the Department of Radiological, Oncological and Anatomopathological Sciences of the Sapienza University in Rome with a particular interest in chest CT and lung interventions. He is a member of the Italian society of radiology (SIRM) and European society of radiology (ESR), as well as invited lecturer in several national and international congresses and editorial board member/reviewer in various scientific journals. He authored more than 60 scientific papers and several book chapters.