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Overview

Arthritis in Black and White, by Anne C. Brower, MD and Donald J. Flemming, MD, provides you with a concise, practical introduction to the radiographic diagnosis of arthritic disorders. Completely revised, this popular, easy-to-read resource contains high-quality digital radiographs with correlating MRIs throughout and a practical organization that aids in your recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of common arthritides. In print and online at www.expertconsult.com, it is perfect for residents in training and experienced radiologists wishing to refresh their knowledge.

• Easily reference diagnostic guidance by presenting symptom, see what to look for, and understand how to effectively diagnose the patient.

Reference key information quickly and easily thanks to a consistent, user-friendly format and a unique two-part organization (radiologic approaches to specific joints and full description of the individual common arthritides) that facilitates finding the exact information you need for any joint in the body.

• Improve the accuracy of your diagnoses by interpreting radiographs and comparing them with correlating MRI images.
• Benefit from the latest advancements and techniques found in completely revised and rewritten chapters.
• Understand the nuances and subtleties of how arthritides present through over 350 high-quality digital images.
• Access the fully searchable text online at www.expertconsult.com, along with a downloadable image bank and more.

A quick reference that enables both residents and practitioners to identify and diagnose arthritis.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: JISNA PAUL, MD (Washington University Medical Center)
Description: This book presents a simplified approach to the radiographic diagnosis of arthritic disease, employing excellent illustrations.
Purpose: It is not meant to be a reference as it only illustrates the hallmarks of particular arthropathies. It meets the objectives, serving as an easy guide to approaching radiographs on unknown arthritic disease.
Audience: It is designed for practicing general radiologists, family practitioners, internists, and rheumatologists. It may not be as useful as a guide for students/residents as it lacks references and does not cover every aspect of a particular disease.
Features: This book covers the radiographic hallmarks of the more common arthropathies. It is organized based on body part, while the second half of the book deals with each arthropathy in detail. The authors have done an excellent job of highlighting the important hallmarks of a particular disease in the pictures. For example, the section on rheumatoid arthritis covers all the major radiologic points, backed by excellent pictures. The only shortcoming is that the book does not cover every aspect of a particular disease. However, as the authors state in the preface, this is not meant to be a reference.
Assessment: The fact that the book is basic and simple is one of its best aspects. The illustrations and picture quality are excellent, making this useful as an easy guide for day-to-day practice.
From the Publisher
‘The authors have done an excellent job of highlighting the important hallmarks of a particular disease in the pictures.The fact that the book is basic and simple is one of its best aspects. The illustrations and picture quality are excellent, making this useful as an easy guide for day-to-day practice.’ - Jisna R Paul, MD(Washington University Medical Center) Doody 4 star rating!
B. J. Manaster
This is a second edition of a classic text that simplifies the radiologic diagnosis of arthritis. The authors have added a very nice section on foot arthritis as well as several new illustrations. As was the first edition, this book is directed toward radiologists and radiology residents. The most unique aspect of this book is its division into two parts. The first section gives the radiologic approach to specific joints. This is particularly helpful in showing the aspiring radiologists where to look for an abnormality in a particular joint. This knowledge alone will ensure that most arthritides are not missed and in fact are fully evaluated. The second section gives a full description of the individual common arthritides. This section pulls together the classic parameters of arthritis, along with the distribution for each, allowing a more sophisticated approach to these diseases. The illustrations are of uniformly high quality. The subtle erosions and early loss of cortex or sites of periostitis found in arthritis can be very difficult to reproduce in a text. These illustrations are well chosen and carefully portrayed. Although there are some illustrations of MR of arthritis, these are infrequently found here. As the author correctly states, MR is not generally important in routine arthritis cases. However, additional cases of pigmented villonodular synovitis and nonossified synovial chondromatosis might have been appreciated. Radiologists will find this practical book a fine introduction, but will also repeatedly return to it as a trusted reference.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416055952
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/12/2012
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 641,352
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 8.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Imaging Techniques and Modalities

Part I: Approach to Radiographic Changes Observed in a Specific Joint.

2. Evaluation of the Hand Film.

3. Approach to the Foot

4. Approach to the Hip.

5. Approach to the Knee.

6. Approach to the Shoulder.

7. The Sacroiliac Joint.

8. The "Phytes" of the Spine.

Part II: Radiographic Changes Observed in a Specific Articular Disease.

9. Rheumatoid Arthritis.

10. Psoriatic Arthritis.

11. Reactive Arthritis.

12. Ankylosing Spondylitis.

13. Osteoarthritis

14. Neuropathic Osteoarthropaty.

15. Diffuse Isiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis.

16. Gout.

17. Calcium Pyrophospate DihydrateCrystal Deposition Disease.

18. Hydroxyapatite Deposition Disease.

19. Miscellaneous Deposition Diseases.

20. Collagen Vascular Diseases (Connective Tissue Diseases).

21. JuvenileIdiopathic Arthritis.

22. Hemophilia.

23. Mass-like Arthropathies.

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