CARVERS' MEDICAL IMAGING. 3RD EDITION

CARVERS' MEDICAL IMAGING. 3RD EDITION

Editorial:
CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
Año de edición:
Materia
Radiología
ISBN:
978-0-7020-6955-0
Páginas:
592
N. de edición:
3
Idioma:
Inglés
Ilustraciones:
816
Disponibilidad:
Disponible en 10 días

Descuento:

-5%

Antes:

116,00 €

Despues:

110,20 €

1. Digital Imaging
2. Image Quality and Dose
3. Introduction to general radiography and preliminary clinical evaluation
4. Fingers, hand and wrist
5. Forearm, elbow, humerus, shoulder girdle
6. Foot, toes, ankle, tibia and fibula
7. Knee and femur
8. Pelvis and hips
9. Cervical and thoracic spine
10. Lumbar spine, sacrum and coccyx
11. Principles of radiography of the head
12. Cranial vault and specialised projections of the head
13. Facial Bones and Paranasal Sinuses
14. Dental radiography
15. Chest and thoracic skeleton
16. Abdomen
17. Emergency Department
18. Principles of theatre and mobile radiography
19. Paediatric imaging in general radiography
20. Contrast media
21. Gastrointestinal imaging
22. Genitourinary contrast imaging
23. Vascular imaging
24. Interventional and therapeutic procedures
25. Breast imaging
26. Computed tomography
27. Magnetic resonance imaging
28. Radionuclide imaging
29. Ultrasound
30. Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry

The third edition of Carvers’ Medical Imaging supports radiography students to take a reflective, evidence-based approach that will enhance their practice.
This important textbook comprehensively covers the full range of medical imaging methods and techniques in one volume, and discusses them in relation to imaging principles, radiation dose, patient condition, body area and pathologies. It encourages the student to critically analyse their work rather than simply carrying out tasks.
The book has been updated by an impressive team of contributors to align with developments in both radiographic techniques and the role of the radiographer. It is an essential companion for students of BSc (Hons) diagnostic radiography, those undertaking a foundation degree in radiographic practice or bachelor of medicine, and postgraduates alike.

Authors
• Elizabeth Carver, BSc(Hons), FAETC, DCRR, Undergraduate Course Director, School of Radiography, University of Wales, Bangor, UK.
• Barry Carver, PgDipCT, PGCE, DCRR, Director of Postgraduate Studies, School of Radiography, University of Wales, Bangor, Wales.
• Karen Knapp