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Medicine - Radiology | ABC of Pediatric Surgical Imaging

ABC of Pediatric Surgical Imaging

Editors-in-chief: Andronikou, Savvas, Alexander, Angus
Kilborn, Tracy, Millar, Alastair J. W., Daneman, Alan (Eds.)

2010, XX, 170p. 285 illus., 6 illus. in color.

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  • Ideal as a quick reference of immediate help in decision-making
  • Presents surgical and radiological aspects together in a collaborative approach
  • Includes excellent supporting images
  • Will assist surgeons in requesting the most suitable investigation within the correct time frame
  • Will assist radiologists by documenting the imaging findings and providing tips for each diagnosis
This handbook is intended for doctors working in this ? eld. It belongs to the pocket of a student, house of? cer, resident, medical of? cer or generalist consultant, who will ? rst see the patient. The clinician needs to suspect at least one disease process as a starting point, because the book is ordered alphabetically according to diagnoses. From this point there are both surgical and imaging differential diagnoses listed. These can also be looked at within the book. For the clinician there is a dedicated page to assist with clinical symptoms and signs, alternative diagnoses and urgency of the radiological investigation, based on important information that is needed from imaging. With regard to imaging, there is a list of primary, follow-on and alternative investi- tions appropriate for the suspected diagnosis. There are lists of imaging features with s- porting images, tips and radiological differential diagnoses. The alphabetic organization makes for a jump to the next suspected diagnosis with ease to ? nd something more suitable for the current patient’s needs.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Related subjects » Pediatrics - Radiology - Surgery

Table of contents 

Achalasia; Acute scrotum; Adenoidal hypertrophy; Adrenal mass; Appendicitis; Ascaris; Anorectal malformation; Biliary atresia; Bochdalek hernia; Branchial cleft cyst; Bronchogenic cyst; Caustic ingestion; Choledochal cyst; Congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation; Congenital lobar emphysema; Crossed fused ectopia; Cystic hygroma; Duodenal atresia/ stenosis/ web; Duplex system/ ureterocaele; Duplication cysts/ enteric; Ectopic kidney; Empyema; Foreign body aspiration; Foreign body ingestion; Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease; Gallstones; Hemangioendothelioma (liver); Hemangioma (soft tissue); Hepatoblastoma; Hirschprung’s disease; HIV – abdomen; Horseshoe kidney; Hydatid; Hydrometrocolpos; Hydronephrosis; Hypertrophic pyloric stenosis; Ileal atresia; Inflammatory bowel disease; Intususception; Lung abscess/ necrosis; Lymphoma; MCDK; Malrotation and volvulus; Meconium illeus; Meckel’s diverticulum; Meconium plug; Mesoblastic nephroma; NEC (necrotizing enterocolitis); Nephroblastomatosis; Neuroblastoma; Non-accidental injury; Oesophageal atresia; Oesophageal conditions, esophageal strictures; Ovarian cyst; Pancreatitis; Parotidomegally; Plunging ranula; Portal hypertension; Posterior urethral valve; PUJ obstruction; Rabdomyosarcoma; Retropharyngeal abscess; Sacrococcygeal teratoma; Scrotal mass; Sequestrated segment (scimitar); Sinusitis – orbital cellulites; Takayasus; TB abdomen; Thymic mass; Thyroid cancer; Thyroglossal cyst; Thyroid goiter/ tumour; Tonsillar abscess; Tortion testis; Trauma abdomen (shock bowel); Trauma chest; Urachal cyst; Venous malformation; VU reflux; Wilm’s tumour.

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