- Over 600 high-quality images provide a visual resource for honing diagnostic skills
- Concisely reviews radiologic findings, differential diagnoses, teaching points, plus next steps in clinical management
- Includes multi-modality imaging of all parts of the genitourinary system
In 129 cases featuring over 600, high-quality images, Genitourinary Imaging Cases provides a succinct review of clinically relevant cases which cover both benign and malignant conditions of the genitourinary system. Cases are grouped into sections that are organized by body part including: Kidney, Retroperitoneum, Adrenal, Ureter, Bladder, Prostate, Urethra, Vagina, Penis, Testis, Epididymis, and Scrotum, Uterus and Fallopian Tube, and Ovary. Part of the Cases in Radiology series, this book follows the easy-to-use format of question and answer in which the patient history is provided on the first page of the case, and radiologic findings, differential diagnosis, teaching points, next steps in management, and suggestions for furthering reading are revealed on the following page. This casebook is an essential resource for Radiology Residents and practicing Radiologists alike.
Readership: Radiology residents and practioners.
Table of Contents
Section 1. Kidney
Section 2. Retroperitoneum
Section 3. Adrenal
Section 4. Ureter
Section 5. Bladder
Section 6. Prostate
Section 7. Urethra, Vagina, and Penis
Section 8. Testis, Epididymis, and Scrotum
Section 9. Uterus and Fallopian Tube
Section 10. Ovary
Edited by Mark E. Lockhart, Professor of Radiology, Chief of Body Imaging, and Chief of GU Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, USA, and Rupan Sanyal, Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Body Imaging, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, USA
ML: Professor of Radiology, Chief of Body Imaging, Chief of GU Radiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama. RS: Assistant Professor of Radiology, Division of Body Imaging, University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama.