About the Book
A pocket atlas of 200 of the most common pathologies visualized on CT and MRI
CT & MRI Pathology, 2e is a portable reference of more than 200 common pathologies seen in CT and on MRI. It concisely reviews the pathology, etiology, signs and symptoms, imaging characteristics, treatment, and prognosis for each disease/disorder and includes crisp, high-quality images to accompany every discussion.
New to the second edition are an additional 90 disease topics, a new design, 8 pages of color images, and a companion DVD containing all 400+ images in the book.
Key Selling Features
- Written by a radiographic technologist and a radiologist
- Images are organized by body system for easy reference
- Detailed summaries
Radiologic Technologists, Junior Residents and Medical Students
About the Authors
Michael L. Grey, MS, RT(R) (MR)(CT) (Carbondale, IL) is Assistant Professor of Radiologic Sciences at Southern Illinois University. He actively teaches review courses for rad techs certifying in MR and CT.
Jagan M. Ailinani, MD (Carbondale, IL) is a radiologist and formerly Clinical Professor of Radiology and Community medicine at Southern Illinois University.
Table of Contents
- Part I: Principles of Imaging in CT and MR
- Part II: CNS (Brain and Spine)
- Part II: Head and Neck
- Part IV: Chest and Mediastinum
- Part V: Abdomen
- Part VI: Pelvis
- Part VII: Musculoskeletal