About this Book
- Contains recent progresses related to inflammatory bowel disease, benefiting radiologists, gastroenterologists and surgeons involved in the treatment and care of patients
- Includes the latest advances in imaging, such as CT and MR Enterography, diffusion and perfusion imaging, tissue harmonic imaging, capsule endoscopy and push enteroscopy
- Detailed advances in medical and surgical treatment useful to readers and professionals keen to implement these techniques
This book will incorporate a multimodality approach toward inflammatory bowel diseases. Up to date imaging methodologies will be described along with their strengths and weaknesses that will help in providing a rational diagnostic strategy for clinical, surgical and support teams working with these patients. Advances in medical and surgical treatment would be detailed and these would be useful to readers and professionals keen to implement these techniques in their own clinical practice.
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Keywords » Diagnosis - Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Radiology - Surgical treatment
Related subjects » Internal Medicine - Radiology - Surgery
Table of Contents
Etiology and clinical features of inflammatory bowel diseases.- Pathological consideration in inflammatory bowel diseases.- Clinical perspectives in inflammatory bowel diseases.- Capsule Endoscopy.- Role of radiology in inflammatory bowel disease.- Conventional enteroclysis (Barium and methylcellulose/Barium and CO2) Maglinte.- Ultrasonography.- CT and MRI enterography in inflammatory bowel disease.- CT enteroclysis-Maglinte.- MR enteroclysis.- Medical treatment in inflammatory bowel diseases.- Surgical management of inflammatory bowel diseases.- The post-operative small bowel.- Paediatric inflammatory bowel disease.- Recent advances in the diagnosis and assessment and follow up of IBD.
Arumugam Rajesh, FRCR Consultant Radiologist and Hon. Senior Lecturer University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust Leicester General Hospital Gwendolen Road Leicester Dr Rajesh has extensive experience in cross-sectional imaging and trained in the UK and USA. He is a part of the East Midlands Cancer network for Hepatobiliary and Urologic cancers and contributes to local Multi-Disciplinary Teams. Dr Rajesh has had numerous publications in his field and routinely provides a second opinion to regional hospitals on complex issues. He believes in maintaining high standards in his practice and keeps himself updated with recent advances and changes in Radiology. Dr Rajesh is an editor for international journals and mentors trainees locally and internationally. Rakesh Sinha FRCR Consultant Gastrointestinal Radiologist Warwick Hospital, Warwick UK Lead Consultant Radiologist – Inflammatory intestinal disease Network South Warwickshire Hospitals NHS Trust Lecturer – Warwick Medical School Dr Sinha was appointed as a Consultant at Warwick Hospital in 2005 where he set up the dedicated gastrointestinal imaging unit with advanced techniques such as virtual colonoscopy and small bowel imaging. He is currently the Lead radiologist for Gastrointestinal, Hepatobiliary and Cancer imaging at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust. He is also an Honorary Assistant Professor at Warwick Medical School. Dr Sinha has published more than 40 papers in peer reviewed journals on Crohn’s disease, bowel cancer, intestinal and abdominal imaging. He has also published books and contributed chapters in several radiology textbooks. He regularly conducts workshops and seminars in his area of specialization in intestinal imaging nationally and internationally. He was awarded the Kemp-Harper prize by the Royal College of Radiology, London for research in 2006. He was awarded the Diwanchand Aggarwal National Oration by the Indian College of Radiology in 2011