Genitourinary Radiology: Male Genital Tract, Adrenal and Retroperitoneum: The Pathologic Basis (Hardback)Vikram S. Dogra (editor), Gregory T. MacLennan (editor), Ahmet Tuncay Turgut (other adaptation by), Anastasia Canacci (other adaptation by), Mehmet Ruhi Onur (other adaptation by)
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Genitourinary Radiology: Male Genital Tract, Adrenal and Retroperitoneum: The Pathologic Basis is the second volume in a set of books on the pathologic basis of genitourinary radiology.
Genitourinary Radiology: Male Genital Tract, Adrenal and Retroperitoneum: The Pathologic Basis provides a lavishly illustrated guide to the radiologic and pathologic features of a broad spectrum of diseases of the male genital tract, adrenal glands and retroperitoneum, including the entities most commonly encountered in day to day practice. The editors are authorities in the fields of genitourinary radiology and pathology, and the authors of each chapter are renowned radiologists, with pathology content provided by an internationally recognized genitourinary pathologist. General, plain film, intravenous pyelography, ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine imaging and PET imaging of each disease entity are included. Accompanying the majority of the radiological narratives are complementary descriptions of the gross and microscopic features of the disease entities.
Genitourinary Radiology: Male Genital Tract, Adrenal and Retroperitoneum: The Pathologic Basis is aimed at radiologists in private and academic practice, radiology residents, urologists, urology trainees, pathology trainees and fellows specializing in genitourinary pathology. Both experts and beginners can use this excellent reference book to enhance their skills in the fields of genitourinary radiology and pathology.
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 1216 g
Dimensions: 279 x 210 x 20 mm
Edition: 2013 ed.
"This book aims to provide a description of the radiologic and pathologic features of diseases of the male genitourinary tract. ... The book, which is intended for radiologists, seems more suited to academicians but would be helpful to clinical radiologists as well. ... It will be a welcome addition, particularly for genitourinary radiologists." (Michael Orsi, Radiology, Vol. 274 (3), 2015)