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Since 1945, this classic reference has offered the world’s most comprehensive coverage of all areas of interest to the radiologist who deals with children. The completely revised 11th edition continues this tradition of excellence, covering anatomy, embryology, and physiology as well as all imaging modalities from x-ray to cutting-edge multislice cardiac CT, MRI, and CT-PET. You’ll also find new sections on cardiac, pericardial, and abdominal imaging as well as interventional radiology. Online access to all 10,000 of the book's phenomenal illustrations allows you to rapidly search for diseases by image, incorporate images into your own presentations, and consult an appendix of essential facts, figures, and measurements. This book truly is a must-have reference for any radiologist who works with pediatric patients.
  • Many non-radiologists discuss their goals for imaging and how we can help them.
  • State-of-the-art discussions of the latest imaging techniques help you determine the best modality for each patient.
  • More than 10,000 high-quality radiologic images—40% new to this edition—cover all the latest modalities.
  • Handy "Teaching Boxes" highlight key points in each chapter—giving you the information you need, fast.
  • Online access to all 10,000 of the book's phenomenal illustrations allows you to rapidly search for diseases by image, incorporate images into your own presentations, and consult an online appendix of essential facts, figures, and measurements.
  • Detailed videos and self-assessment questions online help you hone your interpretation skills.
  • A new "Cardiac" section with chapters from cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons, and radiologists, addresses all issues relevant to this challenging area.
  • A new "Interventional Radiology" section covers everything you need to know about today’s interventional techniques.
  • New Associate Editors and many new contributors provide abundant fresh perspectives on the clinical problems you face.
  • A new organization makes key information easier to find, and an appendix provides easy reference to fast facts and measurements that are hard to find in other sources.
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"This set of books not only defines the entire field of pediatric radiology but shows just how far radiology/diagnostic imaging has progressed during the decades…The material is vast and complete…The completeness of this work is emphasized by this Website, which features video clips, self-assessment questions, and a complete set of images…No department or hospital library should be without this 2-volume set, and every serious pediatric radiologist should own a personal copy."—AJNR

The book has been substantially updated since the prior edition, with increased text and improved images, as our knowledge and imaging quality have advanced. The quality of the images, illustrations, paper, figures, and tables is superb…The online appendixes are particularly helpful because they make a large amount of technical information that is needed on a daily basis available at the workplace - RSNA journals, Volume 252, September 2009

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323045209
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 12/4/2007
  • Edition description: 2 Volume Set, With CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 11
  • Pages: 3536
  • Product dimensions: 9.20 (w) x 11.50 (h) x 6.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I: RADIATION EFFECTS

(Section Editors: Donald P. Frush, Thomas L. Slovis)

1: Biological Effects of Diagnostic Radiation on Children, Thomas L. Slovis, Donald P. Frush, Walter E. Berdon, and Eric J. Hall
2: The Acute and Late Biological Effects of Radiation Therapy in the Management of Childhood Cancer, Nicole Larrier, Theodore Lawrence, and Edward Halperin

Section II: PRENATAL AND NEONATAL IMAGING

(Section Editors: Dorothy I. Bulas, Thomas L. Slovis)

Part I: Overview

3: Overview, Dorothy I. Bulas, and Thomas L. Slovis

Part II: Prenatal and Neonatal Airway

4: Anatomy, Embryology, Physiology of the Airway, Mary P. Bedard
5: Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment of the Face, Neck, and Airway, Dorothy Bulas and Diana Farmer
6: Congenital Anomalies and Acquired Lesions of the Neonatal Airway, Thomas L. Slovis and Richard M. Shore

Part III: Fetal and Neonatal Lung and Thorax

7: Anatomy, Embryology, Physiology, Mary P. Bedard
8: Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy of Chest Anomalies, Dorothy Bulas and Diana Farmer
9: Congenital and Acquired Lesions (Most Causing Respiratory Distress) of the Neonatal Lung & Thorax, Thomas L. Slovis and Dorothy Bulas
10: Tumor, Tumor-Like Conditions (Masses) and Miscellaneous Lesions, Thomas L. Slovis and Dorothy Bulas

Part IV: Prenatal and Neonatal Abdominal, Pelvic and Retroperitoneal Imaging

11: Embryology, Anatomy, and Physiology of the Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Tracts, Mary P. Bedard and David A. Bloom
12: Prenatal diagnosis and therapy of abdominal, pelvic and retroperitoneal abnormalities, Dorothy Bulas and Diana Farmer
13: Indications and Techniques for Neonatal Abdominal Imaging, David A. Bloom, Thomas L. Slovis and Richard M. Shore
14: Congenital Anomalies of the Gastrointestinal Tract, David A. Bloom and Thomas L. Slovis
15: Congenital and Acquired Abnormalities of the Liver and Biliary System, Thomas L. Slovis, Richard M. Shore, and David A. Bloom
16: Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Liver, and Biliary System, Thomas L. Slovis and David A. Bloom
17: Necrotizing Enterocolitis, David A. Bloom and Thomas L. Slovis
18: Miscellaneous Conditions of the Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Systems, David A. Bloom and Thomas L. Slovis
19: Dilated Urinary Tract, David A. Bloom
20: Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions of the Urinary Tract, David A. Bloom
21: Vascular Diseases of the Kidneys, David A. Bloom
22: Urinary Tract Infection, David A. Bloom
23: Miscellaneous Renal and Bladder or Urinary Tract Disorders, David A. Bloom
24: The Adrenal Gland, Alan Daneman and Jeffrey Traubici
25: The Genital Tract, David A. Bloom

Part V: Prenatal and Neonatal Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels

26: Embryology, Physiology, and Anatomy of the Fetal Heart, Craig A. Sable
27: Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment of Congenital Heart Disease, Craig A. Sable and Mary Donofrio
28: Neonatal Congenital Heart Disease Requiring Intervention in the First 28 Days, Richard A. Humes, Henry L. Walters III, and Thomas L. Slovis

Part VI: Prenatal and Neonatal Central Nervous System Diseases

29: Embryology and Anatomy of the Central Nervous System, Thomas L. Slovis and Dorothy Bulas
30: Prenatal diagnosis of CNS anomalies, Dorothy Bulas
31: Neonatal Brain Imaging, Thomas L. Slovis, Dorothy I. Bulas, and Marvin D. Nelson
32: Embryology, Anatomy, and Physiology of the Spine, Erin Simon Schwartz
33: Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy of Fetal Spine Anomalies, Erin Simon Schwartz, Diana L. Farmer
34: Ultrasound of the Neonatal Spinal Canal, Dorothy I. Bulas, and Thomas L. Slovis

Section III: NEURORADIOLOGY

(Section Editor: Eric N. Faerber)

Part I: Overview

35: Overview, Eric N. Faerber and Thomas L. Slovis

Part II: The Skull

36: Anatomy of the Skull, Thomas L. Slovis
37: Craniosynostosis, Selected Craniofacial Syndromes and Other Abnormalities of the Skull, Thomas L. Slovis, Arlene A. Rozzelle, and William H. McAlister
38: Traumatic Lesions of the Skull, Thomas L. Slovis
39: Infections of the Calvarium, William H. McAlister
40: Neoplasms and Neoplasm-Like Lesions of the Skull, Thomas L. Slovis

Part III: The Face and Cranial Structures

41: The Orbit, Eric N. Faerber, Tina Young Poussaint, and Marvin D. Nelson
42: The Nose, Thomas L. Slovis
43: The Sinuses, Moira L. Cooper and Thomas L. Slovis
44: Temporal Bone and Ear, Eric N. Faerber, Timothy N. Booth, and Joel D. Swartz
45: The Mandible, Thomas L. Slovis

Part IV: The Brain

46: Introduction, Eric Faerber
47: Imaging Modalities, Eric N. Faerber, Dorothy I. Bulas, Kim M. Cecil, Otto Muzik, and Harry T. Chugani
48: Congenital Abnormalities, Eric N. Faerber
49: Inherited Metabolic and Neurodegenerative Brain Disorders, Eric N. Faerber and Kim M. Cecil
50: Pediatric Head Trauma, John C. Egelhoff and Marguerite M. Carè
51: Infections, Avrum N. Pollock, Stephen M. Henesch, and Lucy B. Rourke-Adams
52: Intracranial Neoplasms, Kathleen H. Helton, R. Grant Steen
53: Intracranial Vascular Abnormalities, Thomas L. Slovis, Christie J. Becker, Derek Armstrong
54: Stroke, Pallavi Sagar and Ellen Grant
55: Hydrocephalus, Swati Mody, Sandeep Sood, and Thomas L. Slovis

Part V: The Vertebrae

56: The Normal Vertebrae, Thomas L. Slovis
57: Congenital Malformations, James F. Mooney III and Thomas L. Slovis
58: Vertebral Trauma, James W. Backstrom and Joseph J. Junewick
59: Infections of the Vertebrae and Disk Spaces, John J. Crowley, Thomas L. Slovis, James F. Mooney III
60: Neoplasms of the Vertebrae, John Strain and Jerald P. Kuhn
61: Miscellaneous Spinal Disorders, Thomas L. Slovis and James F. Mooney III

Part VI: Spinal Cord

62: Imaging Modalities, Erin Simon Schwartz
63: Congenital abnormalities of the pediatric spine, Kevin R. Moore
64: Trauma, Gary L. Hedlund
65: Spinal Cord Infections,Avrum N. Pollock and Stephen M. Henesch
66: Tumors and Tumor-like Conditions, Gary L. Hedlund, Eric Faerber, and Joseph Piatt
67: Vascular Lesions, Gary L. Hedlund

Section IV: THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

(Section Editor: Brent H. Adler)

Part I: Overview

68: Overview, Brent H. Adler and Eric L. Effman

Part II: The Neck

69: Neck and Upper Airway, Luisa F. Cervantes, L. Santiago Medina, Eric L. Effmann

Part III: The Airway

70: Larynx and Cervical Trachea, Ronald A. Cohen and Jerald P. Kuhn

Part IV: The Lungs

71: Normal Lung and Clinical Anatomy, Eric L. Effmann
72: Congenital Lung Malformations, Eric L. Effmann
73: Diseases of the Bronchi and Pulmonary Aeration, Frederick R. Long, Stephen M. Druhan
74: Interstitial Lung Disease, Frederick R. Long
75: Pneumonia and Pulmonary Infection, Brent Adler and Eric L. Effmann
76: Immune Disorders, Brent Adler, Eric L. Effmann
77: Systemic Disease and Other Miscellaneous Conditions with Lung Involvement, Julie Currie O'Donovan, Eric L. Effman and Jerald P. Kuhn
78: Lung Masses, Beverley Newman and Eric L. Effmann

Part V: The Mediastinum

79: Mediastinum, Larry Binkovitz, Issac Binkovitz and Jerald P. Kuhn

Part VI: The Chest Wall, Pleura, and Diaphragm

80: Chest Wall, Jerry Dwek and Eric L. Effman
81: Pleura, Jerry Dwek and Jerald P. Kuhn
82: Diaphragm, Jerry Dwek and Jerald P. Kuhn

Section V: THE HEART AND GREAT VESSELS

(Section Editor: Donald P. Frush)

Part I: Introduction

83: Overview, Donald P. Frush and Virgil Condon
84: The Chest X-ray in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease, J.A. Gordon Culham and John B. Mawson
85: Pediatric Cardiothoracic CT Angiography, Donald P. Frush
86: Magnetic resonance imaging for congenital heart disease, S. Bruce Greenberg
87: Echocardiography, J. René Herlong
88: Nuclear Cardiology, Jan Stauss and S. Ted Treves
89: Introductory Cardiac Embryology, J. René Herlong

Part II: Congenital Heart Disease

90: Systemic to Pulmonary Arterial Shunts, Cynthia K. Rigsby
91: Right Heart Lesions, Ellen C. Benya and Cynthia K. Rigsby
92: Left Heart Lesions, Cynthia K. Rigsby and Mary R. Wyers
93: Abnormalities of the Great Artery Origins, Mary R. Wyers
94: Congenital Great Vessel Abnormalities, Frandics P. Chan, Richard B. Jaffee, Virgil R. Condon, Donald P. Frush
95: Syndromes and Chromosomal Anomalies, Alexander J. Towbin, Beverley Newman

Part III: Acquired Cardiovascular Disease

96: Myocardial and Valvular Diseases, Ana Maria Gaca, Jeffrey G. Gaca
97: Pericardial Disease, Charles M. Maxfield
98: Coronary Artery Disease in Children, Frandics P. Chan and Tamer El-Helw
99: Acquired Great Vessel Abnormalities, Frandics P. Chan and F. Daniel Donovan
100: Cardiac Involvement by Systemic Diseases, Alexander J. Towbin and Beverley Newman
101: Cardiac Tumors, S. Bruce Greenberg and Cathy MacDonald

Part IV: Interventional Procedures

102: Pediatric Electrophysiology, Ronald J. Kanter
103: Surgical Considerations for Congenital Heart Defects, Sitaram Emani, James Jaggers, and Andrew J. Lodge
104: Introduction to Congenital Cardiovascular Catheterization, John F. Rhodes and Jeffrey W. Delaney

Section VI: THE ABDOMEN, PELVIS, AND RETROPERITONEUM

(Section Editors: Brian D. Coley, Marta Hernanz-Schulman)

Part I: Overview

105: Overview, Marta Hernanz-Schulman and Brian D. Coley

Part II: Imaging Techniques

106: Gastrointestinal Tract, Marta Hernanz-Schulman and Stephanie Spottswood
107: Genitourinary Diagnostic Procedures, Adam S. Young, Larry A. Binkovitz, and Brian D. Coley
108: Oncology: Imaging GI and GU Tumors, Sue C. Kaste

Part III: Abdominal Wall and Peritoneal Cavity

109: Abdominal Wall and its Abnormalities, Sue C. Kaste
110: The Peritoneal Cavity, Sue C. Kaste

Part IV: Hepatobiliary System

111: Introduction to the Hepatobiliary System, Lisa H. Lowe and Alan E. Schlesinger
112: Congenital Abnormalities, Lisa H. Lowe and Alan E. Schlesinger
113: Infections of the Liver, Lisa H. Lowe and Alan E. Schlesinger
114: Diffuse Parenchymal Disease, Lisa H. Lowe
115: Vascular abnormalities of the liver, Tamar Ben-Ami
116: Acquired Biliary Tract Disease, Lisa H. Lowe and Alan E. Schlesinger
117: Hepatic Tumors and Tumor Like Conditions, Charlotte Waugh Moore and Lisa H. Lowe
118: Liver Transplantation in Children, Tamar Ben-Ami

Part V: The Spleen

119: The Spleen, Stephanie E. Spottswood, Sharon M. Stein and Jeanne G. Hill

Part VI: The Pancreas

120: The Pancreas, Sue C. Kaste

Part VII: The Esophagus

121: The Normal Esophagus, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi
122: Congenital Esophageal Malformations, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi
123: Disorders of Deglutition, Peristalsis and the Velopharyngeal Portal, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi
124: Acquired Esophageal Lesions, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi
125: Disorders of the Esophagogastric Junction, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi
126: Miscellaneous Esophageal Abnormalities, Henrique M. Lederman and Guilherme T. S. Demarchi

Part VIII: The Stomach

127: The Stomach : Normal anatomy and Imaging Techniques, Marta Hernanz-Schulman and Alan E. Schlesinger
128: Congenital Gastric Abnormalities, Marilyn J. Goske
129: Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis, Marilyn J. Goske and Alan E. Schlesinger
130: Gastritis, Gastropathy and Ulcer Disease, Marilyn J. Goske
131: Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions, Bezoars and Varices, Marilyn J. Goske and Alan E. Schlesinger

Part IX: The Duodenum & Small Intestine

132: Normal Anatomy and Imaging Techniques, Alan E. Schlesinger and Kimberly Applegate
133: Duodenum: Congenital Anomalies, Alan E. Schlesinger
134: Duodenum: Aquired Obstruction, Alan E. Schlesinger
135: Duodenum: Inflammatory Conditions, Alan E. Schlesinger
136: Duodenum: Tumors and Tumor-like Conditions, Alan E. Schlesinger
137: Small Intestine, Richard I. Markowitz, Marta Hernanz-Schulman
138: Small Intestine: Tumors and Tumor-like Conditions, Alan E. Schlesinger

Part X: The Colon

139: Normal Anatomy and Congenital Disorders, Marta Hernanz-Schulman
140: Functional Disorders, Kimberly E. Applegate and Marta Hernanz-Schulman
141: Intussusception, Kimberly E. Applegate
142: Inflammatory and Infectious Diseases, Kimberly E. Applegate
143: Tumors and Tumor-like Conditions, Alan E. Schlesinger

Part XI: The Adrenal and Retroperitoneum

144: The Adrenal and Retroperitoneum, Alan Daneman, Oscar Navarro, Jack O. Haller

Part XII: The Kidney

145: Normal Renal Anatomy, Variants, and Congenital Anomalies, Sandra K. Fernbach and Kate A. Feinstein
146: Infections, Sandra K. Fernbach
147: Urolithiasis and Nephrocalcinosis, Robert Wells
148: Renal Neoplasms, Kate A. Feinstein
149: Renal Failure and Transplantation, Brian D. Coley and Boris Brkljacic
150: Renal Vascular Disorders, Robert Wells

Part XIII: Lower Urinary Tract

151: The Ureter and Vesicoureteral Reflux, Riccabona Michael

Part XIV: The Bladder and Urethra

152: The Bladder and Urethra, D. Gregory Bates

Part XV: The Reproductive Organs

153: Anomalies of Sex Differentiation, Harris L. Cohen
154: Abnormalities of the Male Genital Tract, Harris L. Cohen
155: Abnormalities of the Female Genital Tract, Harris L. Cohen
156: Abnormalities of Puberty and Amenorrhea, Harris L. Cohen

Part XVI: Abdominal Trauma

157: Abdominal Trauma, Carlos J. Sivit

Section VII: MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM

(Section Editor: Peter J. Strouse)

Part I: Overview of Musculoskeletal Imaging

158: Overview, Peter J. Strouse

Part II: Imaging of the Soft Tissues

159: The Soft Tissues, Kathleen H. Emery
160: Soft Tissue Neoplasms, James S. Meyer and Barry D. Fletcher
161: Vascular Anomalies of the Soft Tissues, Karin L. Hoeg and Denise Adams

Part III: Normal Anatomy

162: Normal Anatomy, Growth and Development, Peter J. Strouse and Theodore E. Keats
163: Anatomic Variants, Theodore E. Keats and Peter J. Strouse

Part IV: Congenital Malformations

164: Congenital Malformations of Bone, Tal Laor
165: Skeletal Dysplasias, Ralph S. Lachman
166: Selected Syndromes and Chromosomal Disorders, William H. McAlister, Thomas E. Herman,and Keith A. Kronemer

Part V: Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders

167: Metabolic Bone Disease, Richard M. Shore
168: Endocrine Disorders, Richard M. Shore
169: Bone Mineral Density Assessment, Sue C. Kaste

Part VI: Trauma

170: Skeletal Trauma, Peter J. Strouse
171: Child Abuse, Danielle K. B. Boal
172: Sports-Related Injury in Children, Kirsten Ecklund

Part VII: Osteochondroses

173: Osteochondroses, Jennifer D. Smith and Diego Jaramillo

Part VIII: Disorders in Alignment

174: Alignment Disorders, Peter J. Strouse and H. Theodore Harcke

Part IX: Infections

175: Infections in Bone, E. Michel Azouz

Part X: Bone Tumors

176: Benign and Malignant Bone Tumors, Sue C. Kaste, Peter J. Strouse, Barry D. Fletcher, and Michael D. Neel

Part XI: Bone Marrow

177: Imaging of Normal and Abnormal Bone Marrow, R. Paul Guillerman

Part XII: Bone Changes in Diseases of Blood

178: Bone Changes in Hematologic Diseases, Peter J. Strouse

Part XIII: The Joints

179: The Joints, Marilyn D.E. Ranson and Paul S. Babyn
180: Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, Michael A. DiPietro and H. Theodore Harcke

Section VIII: PEDIATRIC INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY

(Section Editor: James S. Donaldson)

Part I: Patient Management

181: Patient Management, Stanley Kim, Martha Saker, and James S. Donaldson

Part II: Respiratory

182: Empyema and Thoracic Abscess Drainage, G. Peter Feola
183: Bronchial Artery Embolization, G. Peter Feola

Part III: Neuroradiology

184: Neurological Interventions, Derek Armstrong

Part IV: Heart, Great Vessels, and Vascular Access

185: Pediatric Vascular Procedures: Arterial and Venous, James S. Donaldson
186: Vascular Anomalies in Children, Josée Dubois
187: Vasculitis in Children and Adolescents, Frank P. Morello

Part V: Abdomen and Gastrointestinal Tract

188: Image Guided Biopsy in Pediatric Patients, Brian E. Schirf, Stanley T. Kim, and James S. Donaldson
189: Gastrostomies & Gastrojejunostomies in Children, Bairbre Connolly
190: Drainage of Infected Abdominal Fluid Collections, Mark J. Hogan
191: Interventional Radiology of the Liver and Biliary System, James S. Donaldson and Cynthia K. Rigsby

Part VI: Urinary Tract and Retroperitoneum

192: Pediatric Genitourinary Intervention, Mary Beth Moore and Charles A. James
193: Interventional radiology of renovascular hypertension, Clare A. McLaren and Derek J. Roebuck

Part VII: Musculoskeletal

194: Pediatric Musculoskeletal Interventional Procedures, John M. Racadio

Section IX: APPENDIX

(Section Editor: David A. Bloom)

Appendix A: General Pediatric Information
Appendix B: Radiation Effects
Appendix C: Prenatal and Neonatal Imaging
Appendix D: Neuroradiology
Appendix E: The Respiratory System
Appendix F: The Heart and Great Vessels
Appendix G: The Abdomen, Pelvis, and Retroperitoneum
Appendix H: The Musculoskeletal System
Appendix I: Pediatric Interventional Radiology

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