Manual Of Medical Laboratory Techniques

111,39 € 107,11 €
Gustav Andreisek, Avneesh Chhabra
Fecha Publicacion
6 mar. 2012
Description Divided into nine chapters, this book discusses Magnetic Resonance Neurography (MRN) in different parts of the body. Beginning with an introduction to nerve anatomy and pathophysiology, the authors examine the most common clinical scenarios encountered and explain how to produce high quality MRN images and optimise the use of MR magnets in peripheral nerve imaging. With contributions from recognised authorities in the US and almost 600 detailed images and illustrations, this book also includes a chapter on MR guided injection and discusses future directions, research areas and scope for further developments in technology. Key Points ¡öConcise guide to Magnetic Resonance Neurography (MRN) ¡öExamines different nerve areas of the body and common clinical problems ¡öContributions from recognised authorities in the US ¡öIncludes almost 600 images and illustrations ¡öDiscusses future developments in research and technology Table of Contents ¡öChapter 1: Nerve Anatomy, Pathophysiology, Nerve Injury and Entrapment ¡öChapter 2: Magnetic Resonance Neurography Technique ¡öChapter 3: Magnetic Resonance Neurography Interpretation ¡öChapter 4: Magnetic Resonance Neurography of Tunnels ¡ª Part I: Upper Extremity Nerves ¡öChapter 5: Magnetic Resonance Neurography of Tunnels ¡ª Part II: Lower Extremity Nerves ¡öChapter 6: Peripheral Nerve Tumor and Tumor-Like Conditions ¡öChapter 7: Brachial Plexus ¡öChapter 8: Lumbosacral Plexus ¡öChapter 9: MR Guided Injections ¡öAbbreviations ¡öIndex Author Avneesh Chhabra MD Assistant Professor, Radiology and Orthopaedic Surgery, The Russell H Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science, John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA Gustav Andreisek MD Senior Staff Radiologist, Section Chief, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Head of Musculoskeletal Research Group, Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
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