Zero in on the most important cardiothoracic imaging knowledge with Chest Radiology: The Essentials! Ideal as a quick refresher for experienced radiologists as well as an efficient learning tool for residents, this best-selling radiology reference puts indispensible information at your fingertips in a compact and practical, high-yield format.
- Master nuances of imaging interpretation through a pattern-recognition approach that features extensive chest radiograph/CT correlations.
- Get up to date on the most current lung cancer staging classification, evidence-based guidelines for evaluating suspected pulmonary embolism (including those for pregnant patients), recently adopted lung cancer screening recommendations with low-dose CT of the chest, Fleischner Society guidelines for the follow-up of subsolid nodules, and new management guidelines for peri-fissural nodules.
- Successfully absorb key concepts through behaviorally based learning objectives that follow the most current curriculum from the Society of Thoracic Radiology’s Education Committee – as well as abundant mnemonics and superb imaging examples.
- Test your knowledge and prepare for exams with image-rich, case-based multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter, a self-assessment examination at the end of the text, and additional self-assessment material online.
Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition, offering tablet, smartphone, or online access to:
- Complete content with enhanced navigation
- A powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
- Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
- Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
- Tabbing tool to flag important content for future reference
- Additional self-assessment questions and answers to facilitate exam preparation
Table of Contents
1. Normal Anatomy of the Chest
2. Signs and Patterns of Lung Disease
3. Interstitial Lung
4. Alveolar Lung Disease
5. Monitoring and Support Devises—“Tubes and Lines”
6. Mediastinal Masses
7. Solitary and Multiple Pulmonary Nodules
8. Chest Trauma
9. Pleura, Chest Wall, and Diaphragm
10. Upper Lung Disease, Infection, and Immunity
12. Peripheral Lunch Disease
14. Unilateral Hyperlucent Hemithorax
15. Neoplasms of the Lung
16. Congenital Lung Disease
17. Pulmonary Vasculature Disease
18. Congenital and Acquired Cardiac Disease
19. Thoracic Aorta