McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Radiology / Edition 1

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Overview

An all-in-one review for the diagnostic radiology board examination – complete with 1000+ Q&As!

McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review: Radiology is an outstanding review for both residents-in-training and practicing radiologists. You’ll find everything you need in this one comprehensive resource . . . questions, answers, detailed explanations, and targeted coverage that emphasizes key material in a simple, straightforward manner and reinforces important concepts.

Everything you need to excel on the exam:

  • More than 1000 questions with detailed explanations for correct and incorrect answers
  • Strong focus on the fundamentals of anatomy and pathophysiology
  • An organization based on the 10 subspecialties recognized by the American Board of Radiology
  • Important overviews of imaging-based physics for ultrasound, MRI, and nuclear medicine

Content that spans the entire examination:

  • Central Nervous System
  • Pulmonary
  • Cardiac
  • Gastrointestinal Tract
  • Genitourinary Tract
  • Ultrasound
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Breast
  • Interventional Radiology
  • Nuclear Radiology
  • Pediatric
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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Aytekin Oto, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This book reviews the ultrasound (US) findings of thyroid diseases and briefly describes US-guided procedures involving the thyroid.
Purpose: The purpose is to review the US findings of thyroid diseases while providing an extensive literature review (including tables of relevant literature) for each subject. Even though the book does not contain much new information, the information it does provide is presented in an organized fashion with a lot of relevant literature.
Audience: Although the authors do not specify a target audience, the book is appropriate for radiologists (practicing or in training), endocrinologists, or internists with a special interest in thyroid diseases. The authors obviously have significant experience in this area, but they are not well-known or well-published authorities in the field and the book does not provide academic credentials. This information may be helpful for readers.
Features: The book is relatively easy to read and follow. Each chapter references a lot of recent literature and has plenty of pictures. However, there are some grammatical errors and incorrect terms. CT and MR figures are not good quality. Appropriate windowing was not selected and the thyroid is not zoomed and difficult to see. US pictures are very dark in some cases and image features are not well displayed. Figure captions are very short and do not describe the image findings well. In some pictures, the patients can be recognized. These shortcomings decrease the value and utility of the figures. Tables summarizing literature findings are very difficult to follow. The benefit to readers of sample reports is very limited, and they can be omitted.
Assessment: This is a comprehensive review of US findings of thyroid diseases with an extensive review of current literature, although with significant shortcomings.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071601641
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/10/2009
  • Series: McGraw-Hill Specialty Board Review Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 944
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Cheri L. Canon, MD

Professor of Radiology

Senior Vice Chair for Operations

Director, Division of Diagnostic Radiology

Chief, Gastrointestinal Radiology

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Birmingham, AL

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Table of Contents

Section 1: Central Nervous System

1 Central Nervous System ImagingJoseph C. Sullivan, III

2 Brain and Spine AnatomySurjith VattothJoseph C. Sullivan, III

3 Developmental DisordersSurjith VattothJoseph C. Sullivan, III

4 Cerbrovascular AnatomyAsim K. BagJoseph C. Sullivan, III

5 Cerebrovascular DiseaseAhmed M. Kamel Abdel AalJoseph C. Sullivan, III

6 Intracranial Anerysms and Vascular MalformationsAhmed M. Kamel Abdel AalJoseph C. Sullivan, III

7 Intracranial TraumaAhmed M. Kamel Abdel AalJoseph C. Sullivan, III

8 Spine TraumaJoseph C. Sullivan, III

9 Central Nervous System NeoplasmsAsim K. BagJoseph C. Sullivan, III

10 Intracranial InfectionAhmed M. Kamel Abdel AalJoseph C. Sullivan, III

11 Neurodegenerative and White Matter DiseasesRitu ShahJoseph C. Sullivan, III

12 Sellar and Parasellar LesionsJoseph C. Sullivan, III

13 Face and Neck AnatomySurjith VattothJoseph C. Sullivan, III

14 Face and Neck PathologyAsim K. BagJoseph C. Sullivan, III

15 Spinal Cord PathologyJoseph C. Sullivan, III

Section 2: Pulmonary

16 Normal Anatomy and VariantsJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

17 Chest ImagingJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

18 Congenital Thoracic AnomaliesJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

19 Airway DiseaseJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

20 Pulmonary InfectionJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

21 Noninfectious Inflammatory DiseaseJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

22 Chronic Air Space DiseaseJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

23 Interstitial Lung DiseaseIan G. MalcolmSatinder P. Singh

24 Pulmonary NeoplasmsJon WalterIan G. MalcolmSatinder P. Singh

25 PneumonconiosesJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

26 Pulmonary EdemaJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

27 Pulmonary HypertensionIan G. MalcolmSatinder P. Singh

28 Radiation-Induced Lung ChangesJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

29 Mediastinal MassesSatinder P. Singh Edwin F. Donnelly

30 Pleural DiseaseSatinder P. SinghEdwin F. Donnelly

31 AtelectasisSatinder P. Singh Edwin F. Donnelly

32 Diaphragmatic DiseaseJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

33 Chest TraumaIan G. MalcolmSatinder P. Singh

34 Drug Induced Lung ToxicityJohn C. TexadaSatinder P. Singh

Section 3: Cardiac

35 Cardiac ImagingSatinder P. Singh

36 Congenital Heart Disease: Cyanotic and AcyanoticSatinder P. Singh

37 Valvular Heart DiseaseSatinder P. Singh

38 Ischemic Heart DiseaseSatinder P. Singh

39 Non-ischemic Heart DiseaseSatinder P. Singh

40 Cardiac and Pericardial TumorsSatinder P. Singh

41 Pericardial DiseaseSatinder P. Singh

42 CardiomyopathySatinder P. Singh

43 Cardiac SurgerySatinder P. Singh

44 Aortic Disease: Congenital and AcquiredSatinder P. Singh

Section 4: Gastrointestinal Tract

45 Gastrointestinal Contrast AgentsCheri L. Canon

46 EsophagusCheri L. CanonSanjiv Bajaj

47 StomachSanjiv BajajCheri L. Canon

48 Small BowelSanjiv BajajCheri L. Canon

49 Colon And RectumSanjiv BajajCheri L. Canon

50 AppendixCamden L. HebsonCheri L. Canon

51 Imaging of the LiverAllen B. GrovesLincoln L. Berland

52 Biliary System and GallbladderDesiree E. MorganMark E. Lockhart

53 SpleenRobert E. KoehlerAndrew S. FerrellKatherine P. Lursen

54 PancreasDesiree E. Morgan

55 Peritoneal Cavity and Abdominal WallBhavik PatelSanjiv BajajCheri L. Canon

Section 5: Genitourinary Tract

56 Intravenous Contrast Agents and ReactionsPhilip J. Kenney

57 KidneysMark E. LockhartMichelle M. McNamara

58 UretersHeather L. HaddadMark E. Lockhart

59 BladderHeather L. Haddad Mark E. Lockhart

60 Adrenal GlandsMark E. LockhartMark D. Little

61 Male Reproductive OrgansHeather L. HaddadTherese M. Weber

62 Female Reproductive OrgansHeather L. HaddadTherese M. Weber

Section 6: Ultrasound

63 Sonographic TechniquesFranklin N. Tessler

64 AbdomenFranklin N. Tessler

65 Female Pelvic UltrasoundRobert S. Morrison IIIArthur C. Fleischer

66 Obstetrical UltrasoundRochelle F. AndreottiReagan R. LeverettLibby L. Shadinger

67 Vascular UltrasoundMark E. LockhartHeather L. Haddad

68 Scrotal UltrasoundMark E. Lockhart

69 Thyroid, Parathyroid, and Neck UltrasoundFranklin N. Tessler

Section 7: Musculoskeletal System

70 Musculoskeletal Anatomy and Basic PhysiologyAndrew S. FerrellMatthew C. Larrison

71 TraumaRoderick F. Biosca, Jr.Matthew C. Larrison

72 InfectionJ. Stephen Spann, Jr.Robert R. Lopez-Ben

73 Tumors and Tumor-Like ConditionsMatthew C. LarrisonGregory S. Elliott

74 ArthropathiesMark A. SultenfussRobert R. Lopez-Ben

75 Endocrine and Metabolic Bone DiseaseRobert R. Lopez-Ben

76 Hematopoietic and Idiopathic DisordersBhavik PatelJoshua P. SmithMatthew C. LarrisonGregory S. Elliott

Section 8: Breast

77 Breast Anatomy and Imaging ModalitiesHeidi R. UmphreyCheryl HermanDavid E. Hogg

78 Breast Screening and BIRADSHeidi R. UmphreyCheryl HermanDavid E. Hogg

79 Evaluation of Breast MassesHeidi R. UmphreyCheryl HermanDavid E. Hogg

80 Evaluation of Breast CalcificationsHeidi R. UmphreyCheryl HermanDavid E. Hogg

81 Evaluation of the Surgically Altered BreastHeidi R. UmphreyCheryl HermanDavid E. Hogg

Section 9: Interventional Radiology

82 Diagnostic ArteriographyHeidi R. UmphreyBaljendra S. Kapoor

83 Arterial InterventionsA. Farley FitzpatrickSouheil Saddekni

84 Interventional Radiology in the Venous SystemKarthikram RaghuramKay HamrickJeffrey R. White

85 Abdomen and LiverKok C. TanSouheil Saddekni

86 Gastrointestinal and Biliary Disease and InterventionEmily R. Norman Kay M. Hamrick

87 GenitourinaryRachel F. Oser

88 Pulmonary Angiography and InterventionBao T. BuiAhmed M. Kamel Abdel Aal

89 Spine InterventionShyamsunder B. SabatEdgar S. Underwood

90 Principles of Tumor AblationClinton SmithEdgar S. Underwood

Section 10: Nuclear Radiology

91 Radiation Safety, Instrumentation, and Quality ControlJon A. BaldwinK.C. Tan

92 Musculoskeletal ScintigraphyPradeep G. Bhambhvani

93 Pulmonary ScintigraphyPradeep G. Bhambhvani

94 Gastrointestinal ScintigraphySibyll Goetze

95 Genitourinary ScintigraphyJon A. Baldwin

96 Central Nervous System ScintigraphyJon A. Baldwin

97 Nuclear CardiologySibyll Goetze

98 Thyroid and Parathyroid ScintigraphySibyll Goetze

99 OncologyPradeep G. BhambhvaniSibyll Goetze

100 Non-imaging Nuclear MedicineJon A. Baldwin

Section 11: Pediatric Radiology

101 MusculoskeletalRobert P. NuttallBrent Reading

102 ChestChristopher J. GuionRichard S. Martin

103 CardiacEric J. Howell

104 Gastrointestinal TractMarthe MundenDaniel W. Young

105 Pediatric Genitourinary TractJeremy T. RoyalStuart A. Royal

106 NeuroradiologyYoginder N. VaidShyamsunder B. Sabat

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