Apr 062021

A brand new resource in The Teaching Files series, Gastrointestinal Imaging: A Teaching File is an exceptional resource for radiology trainees and practicing radiologists who are interested in reviewing the basics of gastrointestinal imaging, including fluoroscopy, CT, and MR. Those studying for board and certifying examinations will also find this volume to be an excellent reference in helping them to review and prepare for these tests.

Showcasing more than 300 cases, portrayed through CT, MR, fluoroscopic, and ultrasound images, this text covers a wide variety of GI system disorders, including those that affect the solid abdominal organs, intestines, and peritoneal cavity. Each case includes images, along with descriptions of clinical history, findings, differential diagnosis and diagnosis, discussion, relevant questions with appropriate answers, key issues for the report, and important information for the clinician.

More than 300 gastrointestinal cases help you make accurate and informed diagnoses.
Fluoroscopy, CT, and MR images are featured.
Case information includes images along with management discussion
Cases are grouped into chapters based on modality to help trainees during modality-based rotations.



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