By Shamlal Mangray, Ronald A. DeLellis (auth.), Michael A. Blake, Giles Boland (eds.)
Imaging of the adrenal gland has made large development within the final decade as new applied sciences proceed to conform. Adrenal Imaging highlights the pertinent scientific and pathological details that underpins the exact interpretation and use of adrenal imaging. Written through a prestigious team of foreign participants, person chapters in Adrenal Imaging function a suitable and up to date reference of adrenal imaging findings, algorithms and strategies in CT, MR nuclear medication, intervention, and trauma. precis sections on the finish of every bankruptcy light up key instructing issues to reinforce retention.
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Adrenal Imaging by Shamlal Mangray, Ronald A. DeLellis (auth.), Michael A. Blake, Giles Boland (eds.)