1: The neck
2: Orbital and lacrimal apparatus
3: Anatomy and pathology of the nasal cavities and paranasal sinuses
4: Temporal base
6: Cranial nerves
7: Ultrasound of neck
8: Thyroid and parathyroid
9: Image guided biopsy of the neck and central skull base
Using the succinct and practical Oxford Specialist Handbook format, Head and Neck Imaging is an introduction to the theory and practice of head and neck radiology, as well as a guide to choosing and performing imaging investigations and minimally invasive procedures.
Providing an overview of this challenging subspecialty, Head and Neck Imaging covers anatomy and the different diagnoses in head and neck radiology in an easily comprehensible way. Bulleted summaries of key facts in epidemiology, imaging features, prognosis and treatment guide the reader through the various imaging techniques and the ways they have direct clinical application. Highly illustrated with examples of the various imaging techniques to aid understanding, this is the definitive guide to head and neck radiology, and an ideal tool for radiology trainees and practitioners.
• Translates a challenging subspecialty into easy-to-assimilate bulleted summaries of key facts and overviews of various imaging techniques
• A comprehensive reference tool designed with the practising clinician in mind
• Organised by anatomical region and specific head and neck disorders to allow for ease of reference
• Features over 400 high-quality radiological images
• Arangasamy Anbarasu, Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire, Coventry, UK.
• Jack Lane, Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, US