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Overview

This definitive reference provides state-of-the-art guidance on all the latest and emerging GI imaging technologies. The third edition of this two-volume set features new chapters on CT colonography, PET/CT, MRCP, 3D applications of MDCT, CT enteroclysis, MR enteroclysis, MR colonography, MR angiography, CT angiography, and video capsule endoscopy. All chapters have been thoroughly updated to reflect the newest techniques in gastrointestinal imaging. As in the last edition, the spectrum of diseases of the solid and hollow viscera of the abdomen and pelvis in the adult and pediatric patient is comprehensively reviewed. Diagnostic imaging algorithms and differential diagnoses of imaging features are emphasized. The bonus DVD equips you with the assistance you need to master the latest breakthroughs in imaging technology.
  • New chapters on the latest imaging technologies help you master new techniques including PET/ CT, CT colonography, MRCP, 3D applications of MDCT, MR colonography, CT enterography, CT enteroclysis, MR enteroclysis, CT angiography, MR angiography, and video capsule endoscopy.
  • A new chapter on virtual colonoscopy helps you diagnose polyps and other colonic neoplasms in your patients without the need for invasive procedures.
  • New videos on a DVD take you step by step through the following modalities: CT colonography, PET/CT,
    3D applications of MDCT, and MR angiography.
  • Expert coverage of the most effective imaging techniques helps you effectively diagnose all GI disorders.
  • Exhaustive updates put all the latest advances and applications at your fingertips.
  • More than 3,000 exquisite illustrations help you recognize the characteristic appearance of both common and uncommon GI disorders.
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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"I was not familiar with the Textbook of Gastrointestinal Radiology by Gore and Levine prior to receiving this review copy. I now know what I have been missing. This weighty tome in two volumes provides a complete and up to date coverage of the state of the art in GI Radiology.
Every chapter has been updated and revised with the addition of several new chapters. This book will be essential for radiologists working in the field as a reference source but will also be of great interest to gastroenterologists and surgeons alike."
Colorectal Disease - March 2008
Steven M. Bernstein
This is a comprehensive, two-volume textbook on gastrointestinal radiology. The purpose is to provide a single teaching source on gastrointestinal radiology. The audience is radiologists-in-training and radiologists whose practice includes abdominal imaging. The contributors are well known experts in the field and most are world-renowned. This new edition has many new contributors and all chapters have been updated to the current level of knowledge and practice. Chapters have been added or deleted as deemed necessary. All current technology used for the imaging of the gastrointestinal system is represented in this text. All aspects of gastrointestinal radiology are covered in detail. The books are divided into 15 sections which include imaging, interventions, anatomy, and examination techniques of the hollow viscera and solid viscera. Sections on pediatric diseases, the gallbladder/biliary tract, the abdominal wall/peritoneum/omentum, and common clinical problems are included. Each chapter is outlined in the beginning and each topic clearly defined by headings. The chapters are easy to read and understand. The number of illustrations are generous and of high quality. Special care was taken to prevent redundancies throughout. I particularly enjoyed the chapters on barium examinations of the gastrointestinal tract, since few radiologists are qualified to teach this fascinating and challenging area of radiology. I strongly recommend this new edition as the number one reference source in the field. These comprehensive reference books would be a valuable addition to the library of any radiology training program or practicing radiologist.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Steven M. Bernstein, MD (University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Description: This is a comprehensive, two-volume textbook on gastrointestinal radiology.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a single teaching source on gastrointestinal radiology.
Audience: The audience is radiologists-in-training and radiologists whose practice includes abdominal imaging. The contributors are well known experts in the field and most are world-renowned.
Features: This new edition has many new contributors and all chapters have been updated to the current level of knowledge and practice. Chapters have been added or deleted as deemed necessary. All current technology used for the imaging of the gastrointestinal system is represented in this text. All aspects of gastrointestinal radiology are covered in detail. The books are divided into 15 sections which include imaging, interventions, anatomy, and examination techniques of the hollow viscera and solid viscera. Sections on pediatric diseases, the gallbladder/biliary tract, the abdominal wall/peritoneum/omentum, and common clinical problems are included. Each chapter is outlined in the beginning and each topic clearly defined by headings. The chapters are easy to read and understand. The number of illustrations are generous and of high quality. Special care was taken to prevent redundancies throughout. I particularly enjoyed the chapters on barium examinations of the gastrointestinal tract, since few radiologists are qualified to teach this fascinating and challenging area of radiology.
Assessment: I strongly recommend this new edition as the number one reference source in the field. These comprehensive reference books would be a valuable addition to the library of any radiology training program or practicing radiologist.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416023326
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/25/2007
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 2576
  • Product dimensions: 8.51 (w) x 10.97 (h) x 2.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Professor of Radiology, Northwestern University Medical School, Vice Chairman, Department of Radiology and Chief, Gastrointestinal Radiology Section, Evanston Hospital-McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Professor of Radiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Chief, Gastrointestinal Radiology Section, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 1

SECTION I: GENERAL RADIOLOGIC PRINCIPLES

1. Imaging Contrast Agents, Jovitas Skucas, MD
2. Pharmacoradiology, Jovitas Skucas, MD
3. Barium Studies: Single Contrast, David J. Ott, MD
4. Barium Studies: Principles of Double Contrast Diagnosis, Igor Laufer, MD; Marc S. Levine, MD
5. Pictorial Glossary of Double Contrast Radiology, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
6. Ultrasound of the Hollow Viscera, Stephanie R. Wilson, MD
7. MDCT of Gastrointestinal Tract: Principles of Interpretation, Robert M. Gore, MD
8. MR Imaging of the Hollow Viscera, Russell N. Low, MD
9. PET/CT of the Hollow Viscera, Karen Mourtzikos, MD
10. Angiography and Interventional Radiology of the Hollow Viscera, Stanley T. Kim, MD; Albert A. Nemcek, Jr., MD; Robert L. Vogelzang, MD
11. Abdominal CT Angiography, Vahid Yaghmai, MD
12. Magnetic Resonance Angiography, Ranista Tongdee, MD; Vamsi R. Narra, MD, FRCR
13. Endoscopic Ultrasound, Richard M. Gore, MD
14. Gastrointestinal Scintigraphy, Alan H. Maurer, MD

SECTION II: ABDOMINAL PLAIN IMAGES

15. Abdomen: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, William M. Thompson, MD
16. Gas and Soft Tissue Abnormalities, James M. Messmer, MD, MEd
17. Abnormal Calcifications, Steven R. Baker, MD

SECTION III: PHARYNX, Stephen E. Rubesin, Editor

18. Pharynx: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
19. Abnormalities of Pharyngeal Function, Bronwyn Jones, FRACP, FRCR
20. Structural Abnormalities of the Pharynx, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD

SECTION IV: ESOPHAGUS

21. Barium Studies of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract, Igor Laufer, MD; Marc S. Levine, MD
22. Motility Disorders of the Esophagus, David J. Ott, MD
23. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Marc S. Levine, MD
24. Infectious Esophagitis, Marc S. Levine, MD
25. Other Esophagitides, Marc S. Levine, MD
26. Benign Tumors of the Esophagus, Marc S. Levine, MD
27. Carcinoma of the Esophagus, Marc S. Levine, MD; Robert A. Halvorsen, Jr., MD
28. Other Malignant Tumors of the Esophagus, Marc S. Levine, MD
29. Miscellaneous Abnormalities of the Esophagus, Marc S. Levine, MD
30. Abnormalities of the Gastroesophageal Junction, Marc S. Levine, MD
31. Postoperative Esophagus, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD; Noel N. Williams, MD
32. Esophagus: Differential Diagnosis, Marc S. Levine, MD

SECTION V: STOMACH AND DUODENUM

33. Peptic Ulcers, Marc S. Levine, MD
34. Inflammatory Conditions of the Stomach and Duodenum, Marc S. Levine, MD
35. Benign Tumors of the Stomach and Duodenum, Marc S. Levine, MD
36. Carcinoma of the Stomach and Duodenum, Marc S. Levine, MD; Alec J. Megibow, MD; Michael L. Kochman, MD
37. Other Malignant Tumors of the Stomach and Duodenum, Marc S. Levine, MD; Alec J. Megibow, MD
38. Miscellaneous Abnormalities of the Stomach and Duodenum, Ronald L. Eisenberg, MD, JD; Marc S. Levine, MD
39. Postoperative Stomach and Duodenum, Richard M. Gore, MD; Claire H. Smith, MD
40. Stomach and Duodenum: Differential Diagnosis, Marc S. Levine, MD

SECTION VI: SMALL BOWEL, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD

41. Barium Examinations of the Small Intestine,S tephen E. Rubesin, MD
42. Computed Tomographic Enteroclysis, Dean D. T. Maglinte, MD; John C. Lappas, MD; Kumaresan Sandrasegaran, MD
43. MR Enteroclysis of the Small Bowel, Nicholas C. Gourtsoyiannis, MD; Nickolas Papanikolaou, PhD
44. Video Capsule Enteroscopy and Radiology of the Small Bowel, Frans-Thomas Fork, MD, PhD; Samuel Adler, MD, PhD
45. Crohn’s Disease of the Small Bowel, Richard M. Gore, MD; Gabriel Masselli, MD; Dina F. Caroline, MD, PhD
46. Inflammatory Disorders of the Small Bowel Other than Crohn’s Disease, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
47. Malabsorption, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
48. Benign Tumors of the Small Bowel, John C. Lappas, MD; Dean D. T. Maglinte, MD; Kumar Sandrasegaran, MBChB
49. Malignant Tumors of the Small Bowel, Dean D. T. Maglinte, MD; John C. Lappas, MD; Kumar Sandrasegaran, MBChB
50. Small Bowel Obstruction, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
51. Vascular Disorders of the Small Intestine, Karen M. Horton, MD; Elliot K. Fishman, MD
52. Postoperative Small Bowel, John C. Lappas, MD; Dean D. T. Maglinte, MD; Kumar Sandrasegaran, MBChB
53. Miscellaneous Abnormalities of the Small Bowel, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
54. Small Intestine: Differential Diagnosis, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD

SECTION VII: COLON

55. Barium Studies of the Colon, Igor Laufer, MD; Marc S. Levine, MD
56. Dynamic Evaluation of the Anorectum, Sat Somers, MB, ChB; Clive Bartram, MD; Julia R. Fielding, MD; Kang Hoon Lee, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
57. CT Colonography, Michael Macari, MD
58. MR Colonography, Nicholas C. Gourtsoyiannis, MD; Thomas C. Lauenstein, MD; Nickolas Papanikolaou, PhD
59. Diverticular Disease of the Colon, Richard M. Gore, MD; Emil J. Balthazar, MD
60. Diseases of the Appendix, Jill E. Jacobs, MD; Emil J. Balthazar, MD
61. Ulcerative and Granulomatous Colitis: Idiopathic Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Richard M. Gore, MD; Igor Laufer, MD; Jonathan W. Berlin, MD
62. Other Inflammatory Conditions of the Colon, Seth N. Glick, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
63. Polyps and Cancer, Ruedi F. Thoeni, MD; Igor Laufer, MD
64. Other Tumors of the Colon, Stephen E. Rubesin, MD; Emma E. Furth, MD
65. Polyposis Syndromes, Carina L. Butler, MD; James L. Buck, MD
66. Miscellaneous Abnormalities of the Colon, Richard M. Gore, MD; Richard A. Szucs, MD; Ellen L. Wolf, MD; Francis J. Scholz, MD; Ronald L. Eisenberg, MD; Stephen E. Rubesin, MD
67. Postoperative Colon, Francis J. Scholz, MD; Christopher D. Scheirey, MD
68. Colon: Differential Diagnosis, Richard M. Gore, MD

VOLUME II

SECTION VIII: General Radiologic Principles for Imaging and Intervention of the Solid Viscera

69. Computed Tomography of the Solid Abdominal Organs, Frederick L. Hoff, MD
70. Ultrasound Examination of the Solid Abdominal Organs, Stuart A. Barnard, MD; Patrick M. Vos, MD; Peter L. Cooperberg, MD
71. MR of the Solid Parenchymal Organs, F. Scott Pereles, MD
72. PET/CT of the Solid Parenchymal Organs, Karen Mourtzikos, MD 73. Techniques of Percutaneous Tissue Acquisition, Susan M. Delaney, MD; Erik K. Paulson, MD; Rendon C. Nelson, MD
74. Abdominal Abscess, Richard Chen, MD; Kent T. Sato, MD; Howard B. Chrisman, MD

SECTION IX: GALLBLADDER AND BILIARY TRACT

75. Gallbladder and Biliary Tract: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Mary Ann Turner, MD; Ann S. Fulcher, MD
76. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography, Andrew J. Taylor, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
77. Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography, Ann S. Fulcher, MD; Mary Ann Turner, MD
78. Anomalies and Anatomic Variants of the Gallbladder and Biliary Tract, Richard M. Gore, MD; Ann S. Fulcher, MD; Andrew J. Taylor, MD; Gary G. Ghahremani, MD
79. Cholelithiasis, Cholecystitis, Choledocholithiasis, and Hyperplastic Cholecystoses, Genevieve L Bennett, MD
80. Interventional Radiology of the Gallbladder and Biliary Tract, David Hahn, MD
81. Neoplasms of the Gallbladder and Biliary Tract, Byung Ihn Choi MD; Jeong Min Lee, MD
82. Inflammatory Disorders of the Biliary Tract, Vikram Rao, MD; Uday K. Mehta, MD; Robert L. MacCarty, MD
83. Postsurgical and Traumatic Lesions of the Biliary Tract, Gabriela Gayer, MD; Daphna Weinstein, MD; Marjorie Hertz, MD; Zissin Rivka, MD
84. Gallbladder and Biliary Tract: Differential Diagnosis, Richard M. Gore, MD

SECTION X: LIVER

85. Liver: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Saravanan Namasivayam, MD, DNB, DHA; Mannudeep K. Kalra, MD, DNB; William C. Small, MD, PhD; Sanjay Saini, MD, MBA
86. Interventional Radiology in the Cirrhotic Liver, Rajeev Suri, MD; Gerald D. Dodd, III, MD
87. Anomalies and Anatomic Variants of the Liver, Ali Shirkhoda, MD, FACR
88. Benign Tumors of the Liver, Pablo R. Ros, MD; Sukru Mehmet Erturk, MD
89. Malignant Tumors of the Liver, Pablo R. Ros, MD; Sukru Mehmet Erturk, MD
90. Focal Hepatic Infections, Pablo R. Ros, MD; Sukru Mehmet Erturk, MD
91. Diffuse Liver Disease, Richard M. Gore, MD
92. Vascular Disorders of the Liver and Splanchnic Circulation, Richard M. Gore, MD
93. Hepatic Trauma and Surgery, Helena Gabriel, MD; Nancy Hammond, MD; Mark Talamonti, MD; Riad Salem, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
94. Liver Transplantation Imaging, Mitchell E. Tublin, MD; Richard D. Redvanly, MD; Robert H. Smith, MD
95. Liver: Differential Diagnosis, Richard M. Gore, MD

SECTION XI: PANCREAS

96. Pancreas: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Frederick L. Hoff, MD; Helena Gabriel, MD; Nancy Hammond, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
97. Interventional Radiology of the Pancreas, Koenraad J. Mortele, MD
98. Anomalies and Anatomic Variants of the Pancreas, Ali Shirkhoda, MD, FACR; Peyman Borghei, MD
99. Pancreatitis, Frank H. Miller, MD; Ana L. Keppke, MD; Emil J. Balthazar, MD
100. Pancreatic Neoplasms, Alec J. Megibow, MD 101. Pancreatic Trauma and Surgery, Paul Nikolaidis, MD; Frank H. Miller, MD; Allison L. Summers, MD; Helena Gabriel, MD; Mark Talamonti, MD; Richard M. Gore, MD
102. Pancreatic Transplantation Imaging, Martin C. Freund, MD; Werner R. Jaschke, MD, PhD 103. Pancreas: Differential Diagnosis, ichard M. Gore, MD

SECTION XII: SPLEEN

104. Spleen: Normal Anatomy and Examination Techniques, Abraham H. Dachman, MD; Silaja Yitta, MD
105. Angiography and Interventional Radiology of the Spleen, Sean M. Tutton, MD; Albert A. Nemcek, Jr., MD; Robert L. Vogelzang, MD
106. Anomalies and Anatomic Variants of the Spleen, Abraham H. Dachman, MD
107. Benign and Malignant Lesions of the Spleen, Patrick M. Vos, MD; Stuart A. Barnard, MD; Peter L. Cooperberg, MD
108. Splenic Trauma and Surgery, Vahid Yaghmai, MD
109. Spleen: Differential Diagnosis, Richard M. Gore, MD

SECTION XIII: PERITONEAL CAVITY

110. Anatomy and Imaging of the Peritoneum and Retroperitoneum, Dennis M. Balfe, MD; Christine M. Peterson, MD
111. Pathways of Abdominal and Pelvic Disease Spread, Richard M. Gore, MD; Morton A. Meyers, MD
112. Ascites and Peritoneal Fluid Collections, Richard M. Gore, MD; Geraldine M. Newmark, MD; Margaret D. Gore, MD
113. Mesenteric and Omental Lesions, Aparna Balachandran MD; Paul M. Silverman MD
114. Hernias and Abdominal Wall Pathology, Richard M. Gore, MD; Gary G. Ghahremani, MD; Charles A. Marn, MD

SECTION XIV: PEDIATRIC DISEASE

115. Applied Embryology of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Bruce R. Javors, MD; Joseph P. Mazzie, DO
116. Pediatric Gastrointestinal Radiology: An Approach to the Child, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
117. Neonatal Gastrointestinal Radiology, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
118. Diseases of the Pediatric Esophagus, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
119. Diseases of the Pediatric Stomach and Duodenum, Rita Littlewood Teele, MD; Jane Chrestman Share, MD
120. Pediatric Small Bowel Pathology, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
121. Radiology of the Pediatric Colon, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
122. Diseases Involving Multiple Areas of the Gastrointestinal Tract in Children, Sandra K. Fernbach, MD
123. Diseases of the Pediatric Gallbladder and Biliary Tract, Caroline W. T. Carrico, MD; George S. Bisset, III, MD
124. Diseases of the Pediatric Liver, Caroline L. Hollingsworth, MD; George S. Bisset, III, MD
125. Diseases of the Pediatric Pancreas, Ana Maria Gaca, MD; George S. Bisset, III, MD
126. Diseases of the Pediatric Spleen, Caroline W. T. Carrico, MD; George S. Bisset, III, MD
127. Diseases of the Pediatric Abdominal Wall, Peritoneum, and Mesentery, Ana Maria Gaca, MD; George S. Bisset, III, MD

SECTION XV: COMMON CLINICAL PROBLEMS

128. The Acute Abdomen, Richard M. Gore, MD; Vahid Yaghmai, MD; Uday K. Mehta, MD; Vikram Rao, MD; Geraldine M. Newmark, MD; Jonathan W. Berlin, MD
129. Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage, Richard M. Gore, MD; Vikram Rao, MD; Geraldine M. Newmark, MD; Uday K. Mehta, MD; Jonathan W. Berlin, MD
130. Trauma: The Evolving Role of CT with an Emphasis on Bowel Injury, Marc A. Camacho, MD; Robert A. Halvorsen, MD, FACR

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