Featuring over 500 images, this atlas is the first text on performing and interpreting CT urography. Chapters detail the indications and techniques for CT urography, review the risks of radiation exposure, show how normal urinary tract anatomy and variants appear on CT scans, and demonstrate a wide range of urinary tract abnormalities as they appear on thin-section CT. The final chapter illustrates artifacts and diagnostic pitfalls.
Chapters on abnormalities follow a case-based teaching file format. Each case is presented on a two-page spread, with images and succinct discussion of the entity and how CT urography was used to diagnose it.
|Autore:||Silverman S.G. MD, Cohan R.H. MD|
2006, Pages: 272, Illustrations: 508, Trim Size: 8.5 x 11
|Casa Editrice:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|
Overview of Imaging of the Urinary Tract and the Role of CT Urography
CT Urography Techniques
Normal Anatomy and Variants
Intrarenal Collecting System
CTU of the Bladder
Pitfalls and Artifacts