Handbook of Head and Neck Imaging

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Handbooks in Radiology is a series of concise soft-cover books reviewing the radiologic subspecialties. Written by faculty members and associates from the distinguished Department of Radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, the handbooks are organized either by disease state or by anatomy. Each book presents key concepts and provides a synopsis of information essential for clinical practice and a brief review of the literature. The small size and succinct format enable readers to refer to the ...
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Overview

Handbooks in Radiology is a series of concise soft-cover books reviewing the radiologic subspecialties. Written by faculty members and associates from the distinguished Department of Radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, the handbooks are organized either by disease state or by anatomy. Each book presents key concepts and provides a synopsis of information essential for clinical practice and a brief review of the literature. The small size and succinct format enable readers to refer to the handbooks easily in either a clinical or an academic setting. Handbook of Head and Neck Imaging, second edition, provides a comprehensive review of the diagnosis of cranial nerve, skull base, temporal bone, and extracranial diseases. Featuring more than 200 detailed line drawings, this concise, information-packed handbook emphasizes the anatomic basis for understanding the clinical presentation and histopathologic and radiologic characteristics of common and uncommon lesions in the head and neck region. Differential diagnoses are presented throughout. Each chapter begins with a list of Critical Imaging Questions that help the reader focus on key facts subsequently discussed. In this edition, a new chapter on cystic masses of the head and neck has been added and all other chapters have been expanded and thoroughly updated. New Suggested Readings have been added to all chapters to refer readers to in-depth resources. Organized by regional anatomy, Handbook of Head and Neck Imaging, second edition, will be valuable to radiologists, otolaryngologists, and other medical imaging professionals.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815142331
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/28/1995
  • Series: Handbooks in Radiology Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 556
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
I Imaging of the Suprahyoid and Infrahyoid Neck 1
1 Introduction to the Suprahyoid Neck 3
2 The Parapharyngeal Space and the Pharyngeal Mucosal Space 29
3 The Masticator Space 46
4 The Parotid Space 60
5 The Carotid Space 75
6 The Retropharyngeal Space 89
7 The Perivertebral Space 105
8 The Oral Cavity: Emphasizing the Sublingual and Submandibular Spaces 120
9 The Infrahyoid Neck: Normal Anatomy and Pathology of the Head and Neck from the Hyoid Bone to the Clavicles 150
10 Cystic Masses of the Head and Neck: Rare Lesions with Characteristic Radiologic Features 199
11 The Larynx and Hypopharynx 224
II Imaging of Primary and Nodal Squamous Cell Carcinoma 261
12 Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Primary Tumor Staging and Follow-up 263
13 Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Nodal Staging 283
III Imaging of the Face 299
14 The Normal and Diseased Orbit 301
15 Sinonasal Imaging: Imaging Issues in Sinusitis 339
IV Imaging of the Skull Base and Cranial Nerves 397
16 The Skull Base 399
17 The Temporal Bone: External, Middle, and Inner Ear Segments 426
18 The Upper Cranial Nerves 459
19 The Lower Cranial Nerves 488
20 Sensorineural Hearing Loss with Emphasis on the Cerebellopontine Angle and Inner Ear 522
Index 543
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