5 edition of Atlas of Lymphography found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||December 31, 1899|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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The distribution of the groups of nodes shows why interpretation can be difficult, particularly at vessel bifucations and confluents. Author: National Library of Medicine U. Methods: Their data set contained MRL images of 240 prostate cancer patients who had an MRL as part of their clinical work-up between January 2008 and April 2010, with ferumoxtran-10 as contrast agent. Organized by body systems, the book allows for picture matchingduring or after an equine necropsy.
The author is a pioneer in the field of lymphography. Topics covered include: Radionuclide esophageal transit studies, Iodine-131 neck and chest scintigraphy, Indium-111 white blood cell imaging, and Pediatric radionuclide lymphography. Special emphasis on improvements in animal welfare. This book includes sections covering hepatobiliary, adrenal, esophageal, and gastric studies and detection of pulmonary emboli. The Atlas in question is a survey of this new branch of science.
Author: Publisher: Atlas of Lymphography CORNELL:31924051096349 Category: Domestic Atlas of Lymphography Page: View: 273 Color Atlas of Equine Pathology Figure 2. A colour Atlas of lymph node pathology in cattle. Journal Radiology — Radiological Society of North America, Inc. One hundred fresh illustrations included, improving the range of signs presented. The reference standard was created by two expert readers, reading in consensus, who annotated and interactively segmented the lymph nodes in all MRL studies.
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Tom de Roo has thus attained the objectives he had sct for this book and, within the field of radiological methods of examination, Atlas of Lymphography has accorded lym phography the position and recognition it deserves. Use of this nodal CTV model in clinical practice could ensure a high probability of encompassing the regions at risk of harboring metastatic disease while minimizing the dose to adjacent normal tissues.
The authors address major topics in nuclear medicine, as well as single-photon emission computed tomography SPECTmonoclonal antibodies, positron emission tomography, cerebral perfusion studies, computer applications, and cell-labeling techniques. Conclusion Use of MR lymphography with ferumoxtran-10 provides an objective description of lymph node locations for radiotherapy planning.
- Selective supplementary examination methods.
The radiographs are well selected and demonstrate very clearly what the legend indicates.
histology and physiology of the lymphatic system, the effects of contrast fluids and the appearance of com plications, as well as an extensive clinical knowledge of every possible disease of the lymphatic system.