As a result of the introduction of multidetector CT, very detailed images of the lungs can be obtained in every patient undergoing chest CT. Interpretation of the findings requires good knowledge and understanding of the CT signs of all the more common pulmonary diseases. In the first part of the book, the main appearance patterns of lung disease are described with the help of many colour drawings and high-quality illustrations. This approach will enable the reader to recognise these patterns and to interpret them in order to reach a diagnosis. In the second part, many typical cases are shown which will assist the reader in applying what was learned in the first part. This concise, easy to use and didactic book will help the radiologist in training to learn and understand the CT features of lung disease and is also recommended to more experienced specialists wishing to update their knowledge in the field.
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Titolo: Computed Tomography of the Lung - A Pattern Approach
Autori: Verschakelen - De Wever
Editore: Springer Verlag
Collana: Medical Radiology
Finitura: Copertina rigida
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