Diagnostic Radiology: Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Imaging (Aiims-Mamc-Pgi Imaging Series) 3/e, 2009 (Hardcover) by Arun Kumar Gupta
Phenomenal technological advances and innovations in the last few years have prompted and necessitated a third series of server imaging courses and the reorgration of the accompanying book. - Ealier chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated inducing three new chapters covering the clinical aspects of liver cirrhosis, interventional treatment of liver tumors and percutaveous non-vascular GIT interventions. - The entire text has been divided into 2 partsgartiontertinal imaging and hepatobiolary and pancreatic imaging. Part I consists of Imaging techniques, acute abdomen, Infections, inflammation 2 neoplasm: part II contains Liver and bleary tract, pancreas, hepatic vascular diseases and Interventions. - The importance of plain radiography and barium studies has been described in depth. - Techniques of US CT and the potential role of MRI in evaluation of abdominal disorders have also been explicitly elaborated upon.