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Diagnostic Imaging for Thoracic Surgery 2019 1st Edition

Diagnostic Imaging for Thoracic Surgery

Diagnostic Imaging for Thoracic Surgery 2019 1st Edition

Book Description

This book offers a comprehensive overview of thoracic pathologies of surgical interest involving the lung, mediastinum, esophagus, and chest wall with the aim of providing both radiologists and thoracic surgeons with a reference of high value in everyday clinical practice. Oncologic and non-oncologic conditions are reviewed from both the radiological and the surgical point of view, each one being documented with the aid of high-quality radiologic images from several modalities (including X-ray, fluoroscopy, CT, MR, and PET), illustrations/artwork, and high-definition images from the surgical table. The postoperative anatomy and complications associated with thoracic surgery procedures are also described in detail, with the provision of imaging examples that highlight aspects of importance in differentiating between normal and abnormal findings. Written by experts in the field, Diagnostic Imaging for Thoracic Surgery is exceptional in combining precise descriptions of surgical procedures

with key teaching points in imaging interpretation.



Authors

Michele Anzidei
Michele Anzidei

Michele Anzidei is a body radiologist at the Department of Radiological, Oncological, and Anatomopathological Sciences of the Sapienza University in Rome, Italy. Dr. Anzidei completed a Ph.D. in cardio-angio-thoracic imaging and was a research fellow in oncologic molecular imaging for 2 years prior to being appointed Assistant Professor. He has a particular interest in chest CT and lung interventions. He is a member of the European Society of Radiology (ESR) and has been an invited lecturer at several national and international congresses. Dr. Anzidei is an editorial board member or reviewer for various scientific journals and has authored more than 60 scientific papers and several book chapters.

 

Marco Anile is a thoracic surgeon at the Department of Surgery and Organ Transplantation of the Sapienza University in Rome, Italy. Dr. Anile completed a Ph.D. in cardio-angio-thoracic physiopathology and was appointed Assistant Professor in 2009; he is currently Associate Professor of Thoracic Surgery, has a particular interest in chest oncology, respiratory insufficiency, and lung transplantation, and He is a member of the European Society of Thoracic Surgeons and has been an invited lecturer at a number of national and international congresses. Dr. Anile is an editorial board member or reviewer for various scientific journals.

He has authored more than 100 scientific papers and several book chapters.

Review

“This is an up-to-date, complete reference on multimodality imaging of the nonvascular thorax. The information is presented in a logical and efficient format. The authors are successful in creating a practical book that is useful for all disciplines involved in the diagnosis and management of thoracic disease. … This is useful for residents, fellows, and practitioners. The book targets medical and surgical practitioners, but, as a radiology resident, I have found it very useful.” (Robert Harrold, Doody’s Book Reviews, January 04, 2019)

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Book Details

    • format File Format: PDF
    • language Publisher:  Springer; 1st ed. 2018 edition
    • language Date: August 22, 2018
    • language Language: English
    • language ASIN: 3319898922
    • language ISBN-10: 9783319898926
    • language ISBN-13: 978-3319898926
    • language File Size: 30.2 MB
    • language Download: http://adsfly.org/QbTe



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