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This brand-new casebook helps readers develop their radiologic interpretation skills and become stronger, more confident consultants to their clinical colleagues. Featuring over 1,000 images, the book presents 100 cases that cover common disorders and comprise a core curriculum of head and neck radiology. The crossover areas between neuroradiology and ENT imaging—including skull base and cranial nerve assessment—are covered thoroughly.Each case begins with several images and questions that stimulate thought about the clinical situation and the diagnostic process. The answer pages summarize the imaging findings and the clinical problem...present relevant anatomic material...explain the diagnostic reasoning process...state the diagnosis...and highlight important clinical points.

This brand-new casebook helps readers develop their radiologic interpretation skills and become stronger, more confident consultants to their clinical colleagues. Featuring over 1,000 images, the book presents 100 cases that cover common disorders and comprise a core curriculum of head and neck radiology. The crossover areas between neuroradiology and ENT imaging--including skull base and cranial nerve assessment--are covered thoroughly. Each case begins with several images and questions that stimulate thought about the clinical situation and the diagnostic process. The answer pages summarize the imaging findings and the clinical problem...present relevant anatomic material...explain the diagnostic reasoning process...state the diagnosis...and highlight important clinical points.

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Reviewer: Stan Zipser, MD, JD (University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: Each of the 100 cases in this casebook contains an approach to the case, questions and answers, anatomic drawings and further images of the diagnosis, or images from other diagnoses in the differential.
Purpose: The purpose of the book is two-fold: to teach readers the area of head and neck radiology and to serve as a guide in the daily practice of head and neck radiology. Both are worthy objectives as this area is very complex anatomically and pathologically. It is an area in radiology that is often not emphasized probably due in part to its complexity. In both these areas the book is a success.
Audience: The book is intended for the practicing radiologist and those who want to learn head and neck radiology. It is appropriate for the practicing radiologist, senior resident or fellow, or junior resident with some experience in head and neck radiology, and anyone studying for board certification. Because of the complexity of the subject, and the fact that this book is not intended as a primary or beginning text in head and neck radiology, the book is not appropriate for a first exposure to the subject. The author is a well known expert on head and neck radiology.
Features: "The book covers the full gamut of head and neck imaging, including orbits, temporal bone, skull base, and neck. It is very thorough covering both common and uncommon pathology, and uncommon manifestations of common entities. For example, case 1 presents calcified retinal masses which prove to be retinoblastoma; case 23 involves an enhancing mass of the trigeminal nerve which proves to be perineural spread of skin cancer; and case 4 presents neurofibromatosis involving a plexiform neurofibroma of the opthalmic and maxillary divisions of the trigeminal nerve. This book has many strengths. First, presenting the cases as unknowns and then describing an approach to analyzing each case is beneficial as it keeps readers engaged in the subject matter while instructing them how to approach different, similar cases enountered in daily practice. Second, the relevant anatomic drawings and occasional gross anatomic sections presented for each case are a great teaching aid especially due to the complexity of the anatomy involved in head and neck radiology. The index is very helpful as examples of specific diagnoses can be sought. The reproduced images are very good. I have two recommendations. First, add descriptions of the orientation (coronal, sagittal, axial) of the anatomic figures — it is not always obvious. Second, provide references for further reading on each case or subject. "
Assessment: This is an excellent book. It compares very favorably with other teaching file formats, such as the Case Review Series from Mosby, and surpasses them with its detailed explanation of the recommended approach to each case and the anatomic illustrations.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780683301441
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch. 1 Orbit/Eye and Visual Pathways (Cases 1-9) 1
Ocular Abnormalities (Cases 1-3) 2
Orbital Masses/Infiltrating Processes (Cases 4-13) 11
Optic Nerve/Sheath (Cases 14-15) 46
Cranial Nerves III, IV, and VI (Cases 16-19) 52
Ch. 2 Central Skull Base/Cavernous Sinus (Cases 20-25) 67
Trigeminal Nerve (V1, V2, and V3) (Cases 20-22) 68
Tumors (Case 23) 79
Vascular Lesions (Case 24) 83
Inflammatory/Infectious Disease (Case 25) 87
Ch. 3 Temporal Bone/Posterior Fossa (Cases 26-49) 91
Cranial Nerves VII, VIII, and IAC (Cases 26-28) 92
Leptomeningeal Disease (Case 29) 104
Petrous Apex (Cases 30-35) 108
Middle Ear, Mastoid, and EAC (Cases 36-40) 131
Inner Ear (Cases 41-44) 150
Jugular Fossa (Cases 45-46) 166
Hypoglossal Canal and Cranial Nerve XII (Cases 47-48) 174
Trauma (Case 49) 182
Ch. 4 Sinonasal Region (Cases 50-59) 187
Developmental Abnormalities (Case 50) 188
Inflammatory/Infectious Disease (Cases 51-53) 192
Mucocele (Case 54) 204
Tumors (Cases 55-57) 208
Fibroosseous Lesions (Case 58) 220
Trauma/CSF Leak (Case 59) 223
Ch. 5 Mandible and Maxilla (Cases 60-62) 227
Odontogenic Tumors (Case 60) 228
Nonodontogenic Tumors (Case 61) 231
Other Conditions (Case 62) 235
Ch. 6 Parotid and Submandibular Glands (Cases 63-69) 239
Facial Nerve (Case 63) 240
Solitary Mass (Cases 64-65) 244
Multiple Masses (Case 66) 250
Inflammatory/Infectious Disease (Cases 67-68) 254
Developmental (Case 69) 262
Ch. 7 Nasopharynx, Oropharynx, and Related Spaces (Cases 70-81) 265
Parapharyngeal Space Masses (Cases 70-71) 266
Masticator Space (Cases 72-73) 274
Retropharyngeal Space (Cases 74-75) 282
Nasopharynx (Cases 76-78) 290
Oropharynx (Cases 79-81) 302
Ch. 8 Oral Cavity, Floor of Mouth, and Tongue (Cases 82-84) 315
Developmental Lesions (Case 82) 316
Benign Masses (Case 83) 320
Malignant Tumors (Case 84) 324
Ch. 9 Infrahyoid Neck (Cases 85-90) 329
Anatomic/Morphologic Approach to Neck Mass Evaluation (Cases 85-86) 330
Cervical Lymph Nodes (Case 87) 338
Developmental Lesions (Cases 88-90) 342
Ch. 10 Larynx and Hypopharynx (Cases 91-97) 355
Vocal Cord Paralysis/Vagus and Recurrent Nerve (Case 91) 356
Benign Tumors (Case 92) 360
Malignant Tumors (Cases 93-95) 364
Laryngocele (Case 96) 376
Inflammatory/Infectious Disease (Case 96) 376
Trauma (Case 97) 380
Ch. 11 Thyroid (Cases 98-99) 385
Masses (Case 98) 386
Diffuse Enlargement (Case 99) 390
Ch. 12 Parathyroid (Case 100) 395
Adenoma (Case 100) 396
Hyperplasia (Case 100) 396
Subject Index 401
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