Over the last few decades, angiography has devel- careful analysis of his angiographic findings and a oped enormously and an extensive literature has very thorough description of vascular anatomy been published on the subject. In the last few and its many variants. The extensive clinical ma- years, the number of publications has decreased terial also enables him to indicate those circum- because the applications of this diagnostic method stances in which angiography can make an impor- seem to have been almost fully explored. tant contribution to diagnosis. One of the applications for which this statement This monograph deserves the attention of all who might not be true is angiography of the upper ex- are interested in the anatomy and pathology of the tremity. The clinical interest for this field has nev- arm and the hand, and is particularly intended for er been as great as for other parts of the body. radiodiagnosticians and surgeons. In Maastricht, Janevski was able to accumulate an A. E. VAN VOORTHUISEN, M.D.
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 522 g
Dimensions: 260 x 195 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 198
`The book has 157 illustrations, most of them produced by subtraction technique. They are of particularly good quality. For anyone confronted with the difficult findings of angiographies of the upper extremities this book serves as a valuable textbook. But the numerous illustrations also renders it feasible as a ready reference atlas. It can whole-hartedly be recommended to any radiodiagnostician working in angiography.'
European Journal of Nuclear Medicine
`This monograph is a concise work devoted to diagnostic angiography of the upper extremities. There are 10 well-written chapters which describe the author's experience gained from 750 selective arteriograms of the upper extremity ... The text is superbly illustrated, concise, and written in an easy-to-read style. It provides a ready reference and is recommended for all who perform diagnostic angiography to the upper extremity. Also, the book will be a valuable addition to radiology department libraries.'