Radographic Pathology for Technologists / Edition 3

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This new edition concisely describes and illustrates the pathologic processes that radiographers are most likely to encounter. Information is organized by body system versus disease classification, making this a practical and easy-to-use reference. Each chapter starts with an explanation of anatomy and physiology, then moves on to imaging considerations. When imaging modalities other than plain-film radiography are commonly used to diagnose a particular disease, images from those modalities are included along with discussions of why the particular modalities are used. Each disease is categorized by its type with a description of its appearance or signs and treatment.

Learning objectives focus the reader on the essential material. Includes CT, MRI, and ultrasound images where appropriate to demonstrate pathologies more likely to be diagnosed using modalities other than plain film radiography. Excellent reproduction of radiographs aids in identifying pathologies. Concise discussion of the pathologic processes radiographers are most likely to encounter. Presents just the right amount of information on etiology, appearance, prognosis, and treatment to be appropriate for radiographers.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Susan Lura Sanson, MEd, RT (R)(QM)(Concordia University of Wisconsin)
Description: This is the third edition of a book for radiologic technologists covering pathology of the skeletal, respiratory, abdominal and gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, urinary, reproductive, hemopoietic, and central nervous systems. In addition, a chapter dedicated to trauma has been added. The chapter layout includes an outline, objectives, and key terms section along with a brief review of anatomy. At the end of each chapter there are review questions, some of which are open-ended to stimulate discussion and critical thinking.
Purpose: The pathology presented in this book will enhance students' clinical experience by providing an understanding of why an examination is being ordered.
Audience: It is designed for the student radiographer with prior knowledge of anatomy and physiology. The authors believe that a radiographic pathology course should come a bit later in training when a student can appreciate and focus on why an examination is being completed.
Features: The images are of high quality and clearly labeled to assist students in identifying the various pathologies.
Assessment: This is a great pathology text for the student radiographer. The authors provide a brief anatomy overview and then cover a variety of disease processes for each system. The chapter layout with an outline, objectives, and key terms will be very helpful for the student. This edition is expanded and the trauma section is well done. The images are of high quality and clearly labeled, which is essential in a pathology textbook. The open-ended questions are very helpful in stimulating classroom discussion. I would recommend this book for use in a radiologic technology program.
Susan Lura Sanson
This is the third edition of a book for radiologictechnologists covering pathology of the skeletal, respiratory,abdominal and gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, urinary, reproductive,hemopoietic, and central nervous systems. In addition, a chapterdedicated to trauma has been added. The chapter layout includes anoutline, objectives, and key terms section along with a brief review ofanatomy. At the end of each chapter there are review questions, someof which are open-ended to stimulate discussion and criticalthinking. The pathology presented in this book will enhance students'clinical experience by providing an understanding of why an examinationis being ordered. It is designed for the student radiographer withprior knowledge of anatomy and physiology. The authors believe that aradiographic pathology course should come a bit later in training whena student can appreciate and focus on why an examination is beingcompleted. The images are of high quality and clearly labeled toassist students in identifying the various pathologies. This is agreat pathology text for the student radiographer. The authors providea brief anatomy overview and then cover a variety of disease processesfor each system. The chapter layout with an outline, objectives, andkey terms will be very helpful for the student. This edition isexpanded and the trauma section is well done. The images are of highquality and clearly labeled, which is essential in a pathologytextbook. The open-ended questions are very helpful in stimulatingclassroom discussion. I would recommend this book for use in aradiologic technology program.
Geraldine Romano
This second edition textbook of radiologic pathology explains and illustrates the various pathologies to radiologic technologists and demonstrates them through diagnostic radiographs, CT, MRI, and ultrasound. The purpose is to provide a basic understanding of various pathologies to radiologic technologists to assist them in obtaining optimal diagnostic images for correct medical diagnoses. With so much emphasis today on accuracy in diagnosing illnesses, it is very important for technologists to be aware of the important part they play in assisting physicians. The book meets its overall objective quite well. The authors address the book to radiographers, both students and practitioners. They, as well as the many contributors, demonstrate proficient knowledge in their respective areas. The book contains numerous photos of radiographs that coincide with the specific areas of pathologies discussed. The references are many and the bibliography is very thorough. Also included is a very useful glossary to assist the reader with any unfamiliar terms. This is an excellent book for students and practitioners of radiologic technology. Even seasoned professionals would find it most useful in brushing up on their knowledge of pathology. The book definitely makes any radiographer more aware of the importance of keeping up with professional education and of the vital role the radiographer plays in the health care field.
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Discusses diseases most likely to be encountered by practitioners. Some 200 clear images with concise commentary. No bibliography. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815145684
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/1/1997
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 326
  • Product dimensions: 7.48 (w) x 9.14 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Pathology 2. The Skeletal System 3. The Respiratory System 4. The Abdomen and Gastrointestinal System 5. The Hepatobiliary System 6. The Urinary System 7. The Reproductive System 8. The Cardiovascular System 9. The Hemopoietic System 10. The Central Nervous System 11. Traumatic Disease

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