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by Morton A. Meyers MD FACR FACG,Chusilp Charnsangavej MD FSIR,Michael Oliphant MD FACR

Download Meyers' Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy ePub

The Sixth Edition continues the tradition of this great book by applying anatomic knowledge to state-of-the-art imaging. Chapters have been reorganized to help the reader better interpret imaging studies by clearly demonstrating what to expect and where to look for disease spread from each individual organ. Up-to-date chapters explore the dynamic concept, explain its embryologic and anatomic basis, and classify the mechanisms of disease progression. The latest imaging modalities, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, and PET, are incorporated throughout.


Up-to-date chapters explore the dynamic concept, explain its embryologic and anatomic basis, and classify the mechanisms of disease progression. The latest imaging modalities, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, and PET, are incorporated throughout.

This classic book on radiology of the abdomen does a wonderful jo. .I highly recommend this book for residents in training. My first surprise when I got the book was that the book was thin!

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MD, FSIR, Chusilp Charnsangavej.

MD, FSIR, Chusilp Charnsangavej. MD, FACR, Michael Oliphant. Up-to-date chapters explore the dynamic concept, explain its embryologic and anatomic basis, and classify the mechanisms of disease progression.

The extraperitoneal portion of the abdomen has always been considered a difficult region in terms of anatomic definitions, clinical evaluation, and radiologic diagnosis. Anatomically, it has been vaguely considered as occupying the posterior half of the abdomen, without well-defined fascial boundaries. It is the normal anatomy of the pelvic portion of the subperitoneal space that provides the avenues for spread of disease and the peritoneal reflections of the abdominal mesenteries that provide direction for intraperitoneal spread.

Up-to-date chapters explore the dynamic concept, explain its embryologic and anatomic basis, and classify the mechanisms of disease progression.

Normal and Pathologic Anatomy. Books related to Meyers' Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen. by Morton A. Meyers, MD, FACR, FACG, Chusilp Charnsangavej, MD, FSIR, Michael Oliphant, MD, FACR.

Morton Meyers, MD, is emeritus professor and chairman of radiology and emeritus professor of internal medicine at the School of Medicine of the State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook. He lives in East Setauket, New York. Informations bibliographiques. Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy Volume 179 de International Federation for Information Processing.

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Danskyleyn
all those wonderful color plates from the older editions are not to be found. huge waste of money. and organization of kindle edition is awful - harder than flipping through the print book.
Jusari
This book is very famous in the field of abdominal imaging and I want to buy the dynamic radiology of the abdomen for a long time.
But knowing the release of the new edition, I had to wait for the release.

My first surprise when I got the book was that the book was thin!
From the description on Amazon.com., this book has 800 pages but actually only 420 pages, which was shocking. And it's a little revolution because the 5th edition had around 800 pages.

Explanation of subperitoneal space and peritoneal space are given easy-to-understand way. Anatomical and embryological viewpoint is emphasized.

Personally I like the chapters of retroperitoneal space and internal abdominal hernias.

Most of the figures are good quality and focused on the topic.
I recommend this book to all guys involved in this field.