Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Edition 3

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Overview

For the most comprehensive reference on MRI, radiologists turn to MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING. Continuing the overwhelming success of the first two editions, it provides up-to-date, authoritative coverage with 2,800 pages and 7,320 images.
All chapters have been exhaustively revised and logically organized by body region. A new, contemporary two-color design features key points summary boxes in each chapter and more correlative pathology throughout.
The third edition contains 89 chapters in three volumes: Volume I, Physics, Body Applications; Volume II, Musculoskeletal Applications; and Volume III, Brain, Head and Neck, Spine Applications, and Appendices.
Hot topics include: EPI diffusion and perfusion, FMRI, MRCP, FLAIR, spectroscopy, interventional MRI, breast MRI, first pass GR-enhanced MRA, magnetization transfer, CSF velocity imaging, brain motion studies, and magnetic source imaging.

2800 pp. 6353 ills. 272 in color

FEATURES:
* Provides the most comprehensive, authoritative information available on MR imaging with extensive coverage of both the physics and applications of MRI. * Includes logical organization by body region, most reflective of actual practice. * Contains the most detailed discussions of MR imaging physics found in book literature for exhaustive and accessible coverage of a very difficult subject. * Features a team of more than 100 expert contributors from around the world making this the most comprehensive reference on MRI. * Contains more than 2,800 text pages and 7,320 images and illustrations, 320 in color, which gives radiologists a vast array of information and images allowing them to hone their diagnostic skills.

"Now a 3-VOLUME-SET...with a substantially increased & updated image program." Appropriate for: Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine Specialists.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Fred J. Laine, MD (Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University)
Description: This is a three-volume text covering the entire spectrum of MR imaging. Sections include physics, body, musculoskeletal, brain, head and neck, and spine. This is the third edition; the second edition was published in 1991.
Purpose: The purpose is twofold: to present a detailed description of current MR techniques that are clinically relevant and to present techniques that are still developing and yet unproved.
Audience: The target audience includes not only radiologists, but also physicists and basic scientists who may use this book as a guide to clinical issues. In my judgment, the text reaches both audiences. The editors are considered the experts in the field and have selected 167 contributors made up predominantly of authorities in their respective fields.
Features: Volume I covers MR physics and MR of breast, chest, abdomen, and pelvis. Volume II covers the entire spectrum of the musculoskeletal system including the peripheral vasculature. Volume III covers brain, head and neck, and spine. The most important feature of the book is significant updating. Included is MR angiography of all areas: MR spectroscopy and all advanced imaging techniques such as FLAIR sequences, fast-spin echo techniques, diffusion/perfusion, and MR cholangiopancreatography. There are also chapters on functional MR, magnetic source imaging, and interventional MR. The only shortcoming is the comparatively small print size, which makes it a bit more difficult to read.
Assessment: This text is THE reference on MR imaging. Other books may provide more detail on specific areas of the body, but no other single textbook covers so much detail over so wide a spectrum. The significant additions more than justify replacement of the previous edition.
Fred J. Laine
This is a three-volume text covering the entire spectrum of MR imaging. Sections include physics, body, musculoskeletal, brain, head and neck, and spine. This is the third edition; the second edition was published in 1991. The purpose is twofold: to present a detailed description of current MR techniques that are clinically relevant and to present techniques that are still developing and yet unproved. The target audience includes not only radiologists, but also physicists and basic scientists who may use this book as a guide to clinical issues. In my judgment, the text reaches both audiences. The editors are considered the experts in the field and have selected 167 contributors made up predominantly of authorities in their respective fields. Volume I covers MR physics and MR of breast, chest, abdomen, and pelvis. Volume II covers the entire spectrum of the musculoskeletal system including the peripheral vasculature. Volume III covers brain, head and neck, and spine. The most important feature of the book is significant updating. Included is MR angiography of all areas: MR spectroscopy and all advanced imaging techniques such as FLAIR sequences, fast-spin echo techniques, diffusion/perfusion, and MR cholangiopancreatography. There are also chapters on functional MR, magnetic source imaging, and interventional MR. The only shortcoming is the comparatively small print size, which makes it a bit more difficult to read. This text is THE reference on MR imaging. Other books may provide more detail on specific areas of the body, but no other single textbook covers so much detail over so wide a spectrum. The significant additions more than justify replacement of the previousedition.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815185185
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/1/1999
  • Edition description: 3 Volume Set
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 1936
  • Product dimensions: 9.18 (w) x 11.73 (h) x 5.06 (d)

Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE

Part I   PHYSICS

1  Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
     Michael L. Wood and Felix W. Wehrli

2  Instrumentation
    Nicholas A. Matwiyoff and W.M. Brooks

3  Physical and Physiological Basis of Magnetic Relaxation
    John C. Gore and Richard P. Kennan

4  Image Contrast and Noise
    R. Edward Hendrick

5  Use of the Inversion Recovery Pulse Sequence
    Graeme M. Bydder, Joseph V. Hajnal, and Ian R. Young

6  Rapid Scan Techniques     Jens Frahm and Wolfgang Haenicke

7  Fast Spin-Echo and Echo-Planar Imaging
    William G. Bradley, Jr., Dar-Yeong Chen, Dennis J. Atkinson, and ;Robert E. Edelman

8  Fat and Water Signal Separation Methods
    Jerzy Szumowski and Jack H. Simon

9  Spectroscopy
    Gerald B. Matson and Michael W. Weiner

10 Artifacts
    Michael L. Wood and R. Mark Henkelman

11 Flow Phenomena
     William G. Bradley, Jr.

12 Contrast Agents
     Val M. Runge and Kevin L. Nelson

13 Interventional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
     Robert B. Lufkin, Dietrich H.W. Gronemeyer, and Rainer M.M. Seibel

14 `Bioeffects and Safety
    Frank G. Shellock and Emanuel Kanal

PART II   BODY

15 Breasts
     Sylvia H. Heywang-Kobrunner and Petra Viehweg

16 Staging for Breast Cancer Treatment
     Steven E. Harms

17 Breast Implant and Soft Tissue Silicone Evaluation
     Michael S. Middleton

18 Mediastinum and Lung
     Nadja M. Lesko and Kerry M. Link

19 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Great Vessels and Abdomen
     Kerry M. Link and Nadja M. Lesko

20 Congenital heart Disease
     Daniel M. Chernoff and Charles B. Higgins

21 Acquired Heart Disease
    David A. Bluemke

22 Liver
    Donald G. Mitchell and Richard D. Semelka

23 Biliary System, Pancreas, Spleen, and Alimentary Tract ;
Peter F. Hahn

24 Adrenal Glands
    Sharon S. Burton and Pablo R. Ros

25 Kidney
    Gladys M. Torres and Pablo R. Ros

26 Peritoneum, Mesentery and Retroperitoneum
    Evan S. Siegelman and Pablo R. Ros

27 Urinary Bladder
    Evan S. Siegelman and Mitchell D. Schnall

28 Female Pelvis
    Leslie M. Scoutt and Shirley M. McCarthy

29 Obstetrics
    Brian Worthington, Penny A. Gowland, Jeffrey C. Weinreb, and ;William T.C. Yuh

30 Prostate and Seminal Vesicles
    Caroline Pangie Schwartz, Thomas R. McCauley, and Matthew D. Rifkin

31 Scrotum and Testes
    Robert F. Mattrey

32 Pediatric Body
    Rosalind B. Dietrich and Gerald M. Roth

VOLUME TWO

PART III   MUSCULOSKELETON

33 Temporomandibular Joint
    Steven E. Harms

34 Shoulder
    John V. Crues, III, David W. Stoller, and Richard K.N. Ryu

35 Elbow
    Richard J. Waite, Thomas M. Cummings, Brian Busconi, and ;Arthur M. Pappas

36 Hand and Wrist
    Robert E. Epstein and J. Bruce Kneeland

37 Hip
    William F. Conway and William G. Totty

38 Knee
    John V. Crues, III, Salim A. Manji, and Frank G. Shellock

39 Ankle and Foot
    Javier Beltran and Zehava S. Rosenberg

40 Musculoskeletal Tumors
    Steven E. Harms

41 Bone Marrow Cancer
    Daniel Vanel and Anne A. Tardivon

42 Juxtaarticular Masses
     Mark J. Kransdorf and Mark D. Murphey

43 Musculoskeletal Angiomas
    Mark D. Murphey and Mark J. Kransdorf

44 Ischemic Necrosis
    Robert E. Epstein and Murray K. Dalinka

45 Osseous and Soft Tissue Infection of Extraspinal Sites
    Joachim Brossmann, David J. Sartoris, and Donald L. Resnick

46 Skeletal Muscles
     James L. Fleckenstein and David P. Chason

47 Synovial Membrane Disorders
    Carl S. Winalski, Karoly Foldes, Ellen Gravallese, and Barbara N. Weissman

48 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Peripheral Vasculature
    Richard A. Baum and Jeffrey P. Carpenter

49 Pediatric Musculoskeletal System
    Sheila G. Moore

VOLUME THREE

PART IV   BRAIN

50 Normal Parenchymal and Vascular Anatomy
    Mokhtar H. Gado, Kim B. Baker, and Charles L. Truwit

51 Brainstem: Normal Anatomy and Pathology
    William G. Bradley, Jr.

52 Cranial Nerves: Normal Anatomy and Pathology
     Ibrahim A. Hirbawi and Anton N. Hasso

53 Sellar Lesions
    Mingwang Zhu, Masayuki Maeda, Ghi Jai Lee, and William T.C. Yuh

54 Central Nervous System Adult Neoplasms
    Orest B. Boyko

55 Ischemia
    Maureen C. Jensen, Michael N. Brant-Zawadzki, and Brian C. Jacobs

56 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Neuroradiological Applications
    Thomas J. Masaryk, John Perl, II, Angela Dagirmanjian, ;Jean A. Tkach, and Gerhard Laub

57 Cerebrovascular Abnormalities
    Andrew W. Litt and Elizabeth P. Maltin

58 Hemorrhage
    William G. Bradley, Jr.

59 Craniocerebral Trauma
    Scott J.J. Evans and Alisa D. Gean

60 Infection and Inflammation
    Gordon K. Sze

61 Multiple Sclerosis
    Suresh K. Lakhanpal and Kenneth R. Maravilla

62 Pediatric Cerebral Anomalies
    Robert A. Zimmerman and Larissa T. Bilaniuk

63 Maturation, Myelination and Dysmyelination
    Rosalind B. Dietrich

64 Pediatric Anoxic Ischemic Injury
    Rosalind B. Dietrich

65 Central Nervous System Pediatric Neoplasms
    Orest B. Boyko

66 Hydrocephalus and Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow
    William G. Bradley, Jr., and Robert M. Quencer

67 Brain Motion
    Dieter R. Enzmann

68 Diffusion and Perfusion
    Michael E. Moseley and Kim Butts

69 Magnetization Transfer Imaging of the Brain
    John L. Ulmer, Vincent P. Mathews, Craig A. Hamilton, and Allen D. Elster

70 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Bryan J. Mock, Mark Lowe, and Patrick A. Turski

71 Magnetic Source Imaging: Integration of Magnetoencephalography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Jeffrey D. Lewine and William W. Orrison, Jr.

72 Neurospectroscopy
    Else R. Danielsen and Brian D. Ross

PART V   HEAD AND NECK

73 Orbit
    Scott W. Atlas

74 Lacrimal Apparatus
    Edward E. Kassel

75 Sinuses
    Peter M. Som and Hugh D. Curtin

76 Central Skull Base
    Blake A. Johnson

77 Temporal Bone
    H. Wayne Slone, Mary C. Oehler, Robert A.J. Ave'Lallemant, and Donald W. Chakeres

78 Oropharynx and Nasopharynx
    Charles F. Lanzieri and Jonathan S. Lewin

79 Maxillofacial Disorders
    Angelo M. DelBalso and Joel K. Cure

80 Tongue and Floor of Mouth
    Robert C. Sigal

81 Salivary Glands
    Larry A. Kramer and Mahmood F. Mafee

82 Larynx and Hypopharynx
    Suresh K. Mukherji, Jane L. Weissman, and Mauricio Castiullo

83 Parathyroid and Thyroid Gland
    Vincent G. McDermott and Charles E. Spritzer

84 Brachial Plexus
    Brian C. Bowen

PART VI   SPINE

85 Cervical Spine     Victor M. Haughton, David L. Daniels, Leo F. Czervionke, Alan L. Williams, and Scott D. Rand

86 Thoracic Spine     Elias S. Najem, Carlos Bazan, III, and J. Randy Jinkins

87 Lumbar Spine     Jeffrey S. Ross, Thomas J. Masaryk, and Michael T. Modic VOLUME ONE

Part I   PHYSICS

1  Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging     Michael L. Wood and Felix W. Wehrli

2  Instrumentation     Nicholas A. Matwiyoff and W.M. Brooks

3  Physical and Physiological Basis of Magnetic Relaxation     John C. Gore and Richard P. Kennan

4  Image Contrast and Noise     R. Edward Hendrick

5  Use of the Inversion Recovery Pulse Sequence     Graeme M. Bydder, Joseph V. Hajnal, and Ian R. Young

6  Rapid Scan Techniques     Jens Frahm and Wolfgang Haenicke

7  Fast Spin-Echo and Echo-Planar Imaging     William G. Bradley, Jr., Dar-Yeong Chen, Dennis J. Atkinson, and

    Robert E. Edelman

8  Fat and Water Signal Separation Methods     Jerzy Szumowski and Jack H. Simon

9  Spectroscopy     Gerald B. Matson and Michael W. Weiner

10 Artifacts     Michael L. Wood and R. Mark Henkelman

11 Flow Phenomena      William G. Bradley, Jr.

12 Contrast Agents      Val M. Runge and Kevin L. Nelson

13 Interventional Magnetic Resonance Imaging      Robert B. Lufkin, Dietrich H.W. Gronemeyer, and Rainer M.M. Seibel

14 `Bioeffects and Safety     Frank G. Shellock and Emanuel Kanal

PART II   BODY

15 Breasts      Sylvia H. Heywang-Kobrunner and Petra Viehweg

16 Staging for Breast Cancer Treatment      Steven E. Harms

17 Breast Implant and Soft Tissue Silicone Evaluation      Michael S. Middleton

18 Mediastinum and Lung      Nadja M. Lesko and Kerry M. Link

19 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Great Vessels and Abdomen      Kerry M. Link and Nadja M. Lesko

20 Congenital heart Disease      Daniel M. Chernoff and Charles B. Higgins

21 Acquired Heart Disease     David A. Bluemke

22 Liver     Donald G. Mitchell and Richard D. Semelka

23 Biliary System, Pancreas, Spleen, and Alimentary Tract     Peter F. Hahn

24 Adrenal Glands     Sharon S. Burton and Pablo R. Ros

25 Kidney     Gladys M. Torres and Pablo R. Ros

26 Peritoneum, Mesentery and Retroperitoneum     Evan S. Siegelman and Pablo R. Ros

27 Urinary Bladder
    Evan S. Siegelman and Mitchell D. Schnall

28 Female Pelvis
    Leslie M. Scoutt and Shirley M. McCarthy

29 Obstetrics
    Brian Worthington, Penny A. Gowland, Jeffrey C. Weinreb, and ;William T.C. Yuh

30 Prostate and Seminal Vesicles
    Caroline Pangie Schwartz, Thomas R. McCauley, and Matthew D. Rifkin

31 Scrotum and Testes
    Robert F. Mattrey

32 Pediatric Body
    Rosalind B. Dietrich and Gerald M. Roth

VOLUME TWO

PART III   MUSCULOSKELETON

33 Temporomandibular Joint
    Steven E. Harms

34 Shoulder
    John V. Crues, III, David W. Stoller, and Richard K.N. Ryu

35 Elbow
    Richard J. Waite, Thomas M. Cummings, Brian Busconi, and Arthur M. Pappas

36 Hand and Wrist
    Robert E. Epstein and J. Bruce Kneeland

37 Hip
    William F. Conway and William G. Totty

38 Knee
    John V. Crues, III, Salim A. Manji, and Frank G. Shellock

39 Ankle and Foot
    Javier Beltran and Zehava S. Rosenberg

40 Musculoskeletal Tumors
    Steven E. Harms

41 Bone Marrow Cancer
    Daniel Vanel and Anne A. Tardivon

42 Juxtaarticular Masses
     Mark J. Kransdorf and Mark D. Murphey

43 Musculoskeletal Angiomas
    Mark D. Murphey and Mark J. Kransdorf

44 Ischemic Necrosis
    Robert E. Epstein and Murray K. Dalinka

45 Osseous and Soft Tissue Infection of Extraspinal Sites
    Joachim Brossmann, David J. Sartoris, and Donald L. Resnick

46 Skeletal Muscles
     James L. Fleckenstein and David P. Chason

47 Synovial Membrane Disorders
    Carl S. Winalski, Karoly Foldes, Ellen Gravallese, and Barbara N.Weissman

48 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Peripheral Vasculature
    Richard A. Baum and Jeffrey P. Carpenter

49 Pediatric Musculoskeletal System
    Sheila G. Moore

VOLUME THREE

PART IV   BRAIN

50 Normal Parenchymal and Vascular Anatomy
    Mokhtar H. Gado, Kim B. Baker, and Charles L. Truwit

51 Brainstem: Normal Anatomy and Pathology
    William G. Bradley, Jr.

52 Cranial Nerves: Normal Anatomy and Pathology
     Ibrahim A. Hirbawi and Anton N. Hasso

53 Sellar Lesions
    Mingwang Zhu, Masayuki Maeda, Ghi Jai Lee, and William T.C. Yuh

54 Central Nervous System Adult Neoplasms
    Orest B. Boyko

55 Ischemia
    Maureen C. Jensen, Michael N. Brant-Zawadzki, and Brian C. Jacobs

56 Magnetic Resonance Angiography: Neuroradiological Applications
    Thomas J. Masaryk, John Perl, II, Angela Dagirmanjian,     Jean A. Tkach, and Gerhard Laub

57 Cerebrovascular Abnormalities
    Andrew W. Litt and Elizabeth P. Maltin

58 Hemorrhage
    William G. Bradley, Jr.

59 Craniocerebral Trauma
    Scott J.J. Evans and Alisa D. Gean

60 Infection and Inflammation
    Gordon K. Sze

61 Multiple Sclerosis
    Suresh K. Lakhanpal and Kenneth R. Maravilla

62 Pediatric Cerebral Anomalies
    Robert A. Zimmerman and Larissa T. Bilaniuk

63 Maturation, Myelination and Dysmyelination
    Rosalind B. Dietrich

64 Pediatric Anoxic Ischemic Injury
    Rosalind B. Dietrich

65 Central Nervous System Pediatric Neoplasms
    Orest B. Boyko

66 Hydrocephalus and Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow
    William G. Bradley, Jr., and Robert M. Quencer

67 Brain Motion
    Dieter R. Enzmann

68 Diffusion and Perfusion
    Michael E. Moseley and Kim Butts

69 Magnetization Transfer Imaging of the Brain
    John L. Ulmer, Vincent P. Mathews, Craig A. Hamilton, and Allen D. Elster

70 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Bryan J. Mock, Mark Lowe, and Patrick A. Turski

71 Magnetic Source Imaging: Integration of Magnetoencephalography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    Jeffrey D. Lewine and William W. Orrison, Jr.

72 Neurospectroscopy
    Else R. Danielsen and Brian D. Ross

PART V   HEAD AND NECK

73 Orbit
    Scott W. Atlas

74 Lacrimal Apparatus
    Edward E. Kassel

75 Sinuses
    Peter M. Som and Hugh D. Curtin

76 Central Skull Base
    Blake A. Johnson

77 Temporal Bone
    H. Wayne Slone, Mary C. Oehler, Robert A.J. Ave'Lallemant, and Donald W. Chakeres

78 Oropharynx and Nasopharynx
    Charles F. Lanzieri and Jonathan S. Lewin

79 Maxillofacial Disorders
    Angelo M. DelBalso and Joel K. Cure

80 Tongue and Floor of Mouth
    Robert C. Sigal

81 Salivary Glands
    Larry A. Kramer and Mahmood F. Mafee

82 Larynx and Hypopharynx
    Suresh K. Mukherji, Jane L. Weissman, and Mauricio Castiullo

83 Parathyroid and Thyroid Gland
    Vincent G. McDermott and Charles E. Spritzer

84 Brachial Plexus
    Brian C. Bowen

PART VI   SPINE

85 Cervical Spine
    Victor M. Haughton, David L. Daniels, Leo F. Czervionke, Alan L. Williams, and Scott D. Rand

86 Thoracic Spine
    Elias S. Najem, Carlos Bazan, III, and J. Randy Jinkins

87 Lumbar Spine
    Jeffrey S. Ross, Thomas J. Masaryk, and Michael T. Modic

88 Lumbosacral Plexus
    Brian C. Bowen

89 Pediatric Spine
    Derek C. Armstrong

APPENDIXES

Optimizing Scanning Techniques and Protocols
William G. Bradley, Jr.

Glossary
William G. Bradley, Jr.

88 Lumbosacral Plexus
    Brian C. Bowen

89 Pediatric Spine
    Derek C. Armstrong

APPENDIXES

Optimizing Scanning Techniques and Protocols
William G. Bradley, Jr.

Glossary
William G. Bradley, Jr.

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