Hepatobiliary Diseases: Pathophysiology and Imaging

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The aim of this book is to use radiology to convey a clear understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatobiliary disorders and how this can aid diagnosis.

New radiological techniques, such as real-time ultrasonography, 3-D CT and MRI, have revolutionized hepatobiliary diagnosis and practice, and this book helps readers optimize patient care with the use of these methods. The book covers the full range of hepatobiliary diseases in a systematic fashion. While the focus is on ...

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Overview

The aim of this book is to use radiology to convey a clear understanding of the pathophysiology of hepatobiliary disorders and how this can aid diagnosis.

New radiological techniques, such as real-time ultrasonography, 3-D CT and MRI, have revolutionized hepatobiliary diagnosis and practice, and this book helps readers optimize patient care with the use of these methods. The book covers the full range of hepatobiliary diseases in a systematic fashion. While the focus is on imaging and the information that can be gleaned from it, epidemiology, aetiology, pathology, clinical features, treatment and prognosis are also discussed, allowing the reader to consider each disease in context.

The author, Professor Okuda, is one of the world's best known hepatologists and his knowledge is combined with that of leading radiologists to produce a book that balances expertise in both hepatology and radiology.

Hepatobiliary Diseases is aimed primarily at hepatogastroenterologists, and trainees in gastroenterology and hepatology. However, it will also be useful for trainee radiologists who want to correlate their understanding of radiology with disease processes.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780632055425
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/1901
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 764

Table of Contents

Contributors
Acknowledgments
Preface
1.1 Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging 3
1.2 Harmonic ultrasound 33
2.1 Anatomy of the liver 41
2.2 Gross changes in the liver 63
2.3 Diaphragm and liver 71
3.1 Acute hepatitis and acute hepatic failure 79
3.2 Chronic hepatitis 103
3.3 Cirrhosis 119
3.4 Fatty liver (macrosteatosis and microsteatosis) 152
3.5 Alcoholic liver disease 169
3.6 Iron overload 179
3.7 Wilson's disease 191
3.8 Amyloidosis, metabolic diseases, drug-induced and chemical-induced liver injuries 197
4.1 Vascular anatomy of the liver and vascular anomalies 215
4.2 Hemodynamics in and around the liver 228
4.3 Anomalies that affect liver physiology 247
4.4 Portal hypertension 251
4.5 Noncirrhotic portal hypertension 287
4.6 Thrombosis affecting the liver 315
4.7 Budd-Chiari syndrome (hepatic vein thrombosis and inferior vena cava obstructions) 323
5.1 Primary malignant tumors of the liver 343
5.2 Preneoplastic lesions: progression to hepatocellular carcinoma 390
5.3 Fibrolamellar carcinoma of the liver 415
5.4 Metastatic liver tumors 423
5.5 Hemangioma of the liver: imaging findings 441
5.6 Hepatocellular adenoma 451
5.7 Focal nodular hyperplasia 457
5.8 Other benign nodular lesions 463
5.9 Hemodynamics of nodular lesions 487
5.10 Cysts of the liver 505
5.11 Liver abscess (amebic and pyogenic) 517
6.1 Blunt hepatic trauma: imaging evaluation 535
6.2 Parasitic diseases 560
Hepatic schistosomiasis 560
Echinococcosis (hydatidosis, hydatid disease) 569
Other parasitic diseases 579
6.3 Infections and the liver 590
6.4 Liver transplantation 599
7.1 Imaging technique 615
7.2 Anatomy of the biliary tract 630
7.3 Congenital anomalies and dilatation 636
7.4 Caroli's disease 651
7.5 Stone disease 658
7.6 Biliary tract stenosis 669
7.7 Primary sclerosing cholangitis 674
7.8 Cholecystitis and Mirizzi syndrome 682
7.9 Tumors of the gallbladder 696
7.10 Adenomyomatosis and cholesterolosis 711
7.11 Hilar carcinoma 721
7.12 Tumors of the common bile duct and papilla of Vater 731
Index 745
List of abbreviations 764
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