There have been tremendous changes in the approach to the diagnosis of hepatobiliary and gastrointestinal diseases in the last two decades. Recent advances in the imaging technique have revolutionized the diagnosis and the treatment of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary diseases. Keeping in the mind about the challenges in recent advancement in the field of gastroradiology, the Faculty of Department of Radiodiagnosis, SGPGIMS, Lucknow, has presented the book on imaging of hepatobiliary and gastrointestinal diseases. This book comprises some interesting cases of conventional radiology (Plain Radiography and Barium Studies), multidetector CT and MR images which every radiologist encounters in day-to-day practice. The book includes cases related to imaging of the liver and biliary tract, pancreas and gastrointestinal tract. Many of them are correlated with the clinico-pathological findings. Our aspect to the readers in this book, will help adding the knowledge to our graduate and postgraduate students, radiologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons and physicians. We are also hoping that this book in future will help to improve patient health and treatment. Part of the "Mini Atlas" series of books published by Anshan, covering a comprehensive range of disciplines within medicine and health sciences. The full series will develop into an outstanding resource for any medical library and each individual title will be a great value-for-money addition to a personal collection, or for use as a portable reference for work or home.
Publisher: Anshan Ltd
Number of pages: 130
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 152 x 122 x 10 mm
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