Head and Neck Imaging: 2-Volume Set / Edition 4

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Meticulously updated, extensively expanded and reorganized, this 2-volume text is the field's definitive reference on the interpretation of images of the head and neck. An international cast of 'who's who' in the field discuss all modalities with an emphasis on CT scans and MRIs as well as plain film, providing encyclopedic and detailed coverage.

• An international perspective from global authorities in the field.
• Organized by anatomic region for easy access to information.
• 40 color-plates depict pathology and anatomy.

• 7 brand-new chapters: Neural Tumor Spread · The Trachea · Swallowing Evaluation · Ultrasound of Nodal and Non-Nodal Neck Masses · Skin and Soft Tissue Lesions · The Genetics of Tumor Development and Metastasis · and New Imaging Techniques.
• Coverage of the hottest topics in the field, including dental anatomy and pathology · trachea anatomy and pathology · genetics of tumor development and metastasis · MR spectroscopy and PET in the head and neck · pharyngeal and masticator space lesions · thyroid and parathyroid glands · and neural tumor spread.
• The latest head and neck imaging modalities and techniques, including state-of-the-art MR imaging and CT scans.
• Expanded anatomic atlases of the sinus and temporal bones.
• A fresh new design subdividing coverage into shorter chapters, along with outlines and summary boxes to make content more accessible.
• More than 40% new images and illustrations, over 4500 in all, with 40 in full color.
• More in-depth coverage of pathology, embryology, and anatomy.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Douglas Erik Elliott, M.D.(University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: This is the fourth edition of a well-known, comprehensive two-volume set on head and neck imaging.
Purpose: As stated by the editors, the purpose is twofold: first, to help readers in the "diagnosis of head and neck imaging cases..." and, second, to serve as a "resource for the knowledge that is necessary to attain a well informed understanding of this fascinating and rewarding field." These objectives are clearly met.
Audience: Intended for radiologists at any stage of their career, this book serves as a powerful tool for any practitioner involved with head and neck cases. Widely recognized as authorities in the field, the editors and contributors have expanded the subject matter at the request of the readers.
Features: Serving primarily as an imaging text, this new edition contains better quality and an increased number of images and atlases. New features include the chapters on ultrasound, swallowing studies, and neural tumor spread. Each chapter is consistent with its dedication to high quality images, readability, and pathology.
Assessment: This book continues to keep in step with the ever changing field of head and neck imaging. Every radiologist should have this within reach to serve as a defining resource.
H. Ric Harnsberger
The authors have compiled a brilliant third edition of this textbook. This completely reworked edition will serve as the classic reference in the field of head and neck radiology for the foreseeable future. The two-volume text is subdivided into six major anatomic regions, including the midface and sinonasal cavities, mandible and temporomandibular joints, upper aerodigestive tract, neck, orbit and visual pathways, and skull base and temporal bone. The authors set out to create a comprehensive reference text in head and neck radiology. They thoroughly succeeded in their quest. This field has grown rapidly during the last 10 years and desperately needed such a reference text. Although organized by major anatomic areas, the book has a great deal of material on embryology, anatomy, clinical context, and histopathology in addition to the massive amount of radiologic information inherent to its pages. As a result of its comprehensive nature, its appeal will reach beyond the obvious neuroradiology and general radiology community into the ranks of otolaryngology-head and neck surgeons. The book is evenly balanced between text and images. Most of the images are excellent except where rare examples are shown from the earlier imaging days. References are ample and up-to-date. The table of contents is complete. The inclusion of many original new drawings with many classic old illustrations from the embryology and anatomy literature is a unique and powerful feature of this book. This valuable new book will serve as the classic reference text in the field for some time to come. Its reorganization into six major anatomic regions, new author crew, and excellent new and classic drawings mixedwith a strong set of CT and MR images creates a unique, user-friendly text. Radiology group libraries, neuroradiologists, and otolaryngology-head and neck surgeons should all greatly benefit from having access to consultations from such a powerful encyclopedic tome.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323009423
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 11/26/2002
  • Edition description: Fourth Edition, 2 Volume Set
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 1952
  • Product dimensions: 8.84 (w) x 11.31 (h) x 2.27 (d)

Table of Contents

VOLUME I.

SECTION I: Sinonasal Cavities
1. Embryology and Congenital Lesions
2. Anatomy and Physiology
3. The Osteomeatal Complex
4. Postoperative Complications of Osteomeatal Surgery
5. Inflammatory Diseases
6. Tumor and Tumor-like Conditions
7. Facial Fractures and Post-Operative Findings

SECTION II: Orbit and Visual Pathways
8. Eye: Embryology, Anatomy, and Pathology
9. Orbit: Embryology, Anatomy and Pathology
10. Lacrimal Apparatus: Embryology, Anatomy, and Pathology
11. Visual Pathways: Embryology, Anatomy and Pathology

SECTION III: Central Skull Base
12. Skull Base: Embryology, Anatomy and Pathology
13. Imaging of Perineural Tumor Spread in Head and Neck Cancer

Section IV: Jaws and Temporomandibular Joints
14. Embryology and Anatomy of the Jaws and Dentition
15. Dental Implants and Related Pathology
16. Dental CT Reformatting Programs and Dental Imaging
17. Cysts, Tumors and Non-Tumorous Lesions of the Jaws
18. Temporomandibular Joints: Anatomy and Pathology

VOLUME II.

Section V. Temporal Bone
19. Temporal Bone: Embryology and Anatomy
20. Temporal Bone: Imaging Anatomy
21. Temporal Bone: Congenital Anomalies
22. Temporal Bone: Inflammatory Disease
23. Temporal Bone: Trauma
24. Temporal Bone: Otosclerosis and Dysplasias
25. Temporal BoneTumors and Cerebello-Pontine Angle Lesions
26. Temporal Bone: Vascular Tinnitus

Section VI. Upper Aerodigestive Tract
27. Oral Cavity: Anatomy and Pathology
28. Pharynx
29. Pediatric Airway Disease
30. Larynx: Anatomy, Pathology, and Post Operative
31. Trachea: Anatomy and Pathology
32. Swallowing Evaluation

Section VII. Neck
33. Embryology and Anatomy of the Neck
34. Fascia and Spaces of the Neck
35. Congenital Lesions
36. Lymph Nodes
37. Ultrasound of the Neck
38. Parapharyngeal and Masticator Space Lesions
39. Salivary Glands: Anatomy and Pathology
40. Thyroid and Parathyroid Glands: Anatomy and Pathology
41. Skin and Soft Tissue Lesions
42. Brachial Plexus: Anatomy and Pathology
43. The Post Treatment Neck: Clinical and Imaging Considerations
44. Genetics of Tumor Development and Metastasis
45. New Imaging Techniques

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