Atlas of Mammography

Author: Jacob Gershon-Cohen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 264

View: 887

The recognition of normal and abnormal patterns in the breast by mammography is a skill that must be acquired through training and experience in the same way the radiologist learns to recognize the normal or abnormal skull, gastrointestinal tract, chest, spine, and other anatomy. To disseminate information on the breasts to radiologists on a large scale, the most effective method - person-to-person teaching - is obviously impractical. Even postgraduate courses in mammography can reach but a few fellow radiologists. Therefore we have felt for some time that a teaching Atlas of "1lalJlJJJography would serve a useful purpose, within the limita tions of the method, by bringing to the attention of radiologists and physicians in general the salient features of the X-ray appearance of the normal and the abnormal breast. In mammography as in no other area of roentgenologic study, technique is of crucial importance. Accurate diagnosis is abso lutely dependent upon demonstration of very fine detail, some times as delicate as a linear strand or two, or minute specks of calcium. To some extent the pictorial representation embraced by an atlas defeats the teaching objective, for much fine detail is often lost in reproducing radiographs. Every effort has been made to obtain the best possible reproductions of mammo grams in this Atlas) but some illustrations must of necessity remain unconvincing to the reader. Some of the details describ ed will be appreciated only when viewing a good quality original radiograph.

Atlas of Mammography

Author: Ellen Shaw De Paredes

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 691

View: 889

Featuring over 1,500 mammographic images, this atlas is a comprehensive guide to interpreting mammograms. It presents the full spectrum of manifestations of breast diseases, as well as cases involving the postsurgical and augmented breast. Chapters are organized according to the pattern seen on the mammogram to develop readers' pattern recognition skills and to allow quick and complete definition of etiologies and clinical implications for a particular finding. This edition includes new chapters on the augmented breast, the role of ultrasound and MRI in breast imaging, and imaging-guided breast interventions. The terminology of the BI-RADS® lexicon is used throughout.

Teaching Atlas of Mammography

Author: Laszlo Tabar

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 326

View: 962

The names Tabr and Dean are associated with high-quality mammography worldwide. In this fourth edition of the bestselling Teaching Atlas of Mammography, readers are again invited to share in the authors experience of analyzing and evaluating mammograms. Their systematic approach not only instills a full understanding of the principles of mammography but also provides the requisite knowledge and tools to arrive at a highly accurate differential diagnosis.Rather than starting with the diagnosis and demonstrating typical findings, the approach of this atlas is to teach the reader how to analyze the image and reach the correct diagnosis through proper evaluation of the mammographic signs. Prerequisites for the perception and evaluation of the mammographic findings are optimum technique, knowledge of anatomy, and understanding of the pathological processes leading to the mammographic appearances.Special features: Revised and expanded case studies, based on 40 years of imaging experience, provide instructive long-term follow-up of patients over a period of up to 25 years Offers a unique comparison of imaging findings with the corresponding large thin-section and subgross thicksection (3D) histologic images to facilitate an understanding of the pathologic processes and the mammographic appearances they lead to Includes an abundance of coned-down compression views, microfocus magnification views, and specimen radiographs to support the analytic workup Teaching Atlas of Mammography and the Breast Cancer book series by the same authors are essential for residents in radiology and practicing radiologists who need the highest level of training in the radiologic anatomy of the normal breast and the changes associated with benign and malignant lesions. They will help ensure that all clinicians acquire the optimal technique and knowledge of pathologic processes necessary to reach a correct diagnosis, and achieve the best long-term outcomes for their patients.

Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography

Author: Jacopo Nori

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 452

View: 659

This superbly illustrated atlas serves as a basic introduction to contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM), a breakthrough functional breast imaging modality, which is rapidly growing. This book is an essential guide for the latest developments with correlative findings, practical interpretation tips, physics, and information on how contrast mammography differs from conventional 2D and 3D Full Field of View digital mammography (FFDM). It includes: · over 1000 high-quality 2D, 3D and recombined contrast mammography images representing the spectrum of breast imaging · findings obtained in the full range of benign, pre-malignant and malignant conditions, including artefacts and postoperative changes, presented with high-quality illustrations from case examples · image interpretation tips using mammographic and DCE-MRI descriptors of the BI-RADS lexicon to effectively read and interpret this advanced imaging modality · practical tips to interpret this new modality and how it is used as an adjunct to 2D mammography · details on how integration of contrast-enhanced mammography drastically changes lesion work-up and overall workflow in the department · "imaging pearls" boxes offering interpretation tips for expert clinical guidance · a case on the recently introduced CEM guided biopsy procedure The book’s target audience consists of diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, technologists and clinicians involved in the care of breast cancer patients, including surgeons and oncologists. The goal is to provide a concise introduction to CEM and to lead to enhanced interpretation and better patient staging prior to surgery.

Atlas of Breast Imaging

Author: CS Pant

Publisher: JP Medical Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 406

View: 611

Comprehensive guide to mammography, ultrasound and MRI correlation. Second edition fully updated and expanded, including 111 case studies with high quality mammography and USG images.

Atlas of Mammography

Author: P. Gamagami

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 384

View: 609

A comprehensive, copiously-illustrated text focusing on early detection techniques, the Atlas of Mammography presents, for the first time, the author's groundbreaking work in early diagnosis of breast cancer. Based on clinical research of more than 2000 cases during 11 years, the Atlas is destined to be a classic of radiological literature. Graphic depiction of early missed lesions--contrasted with subsequent correct diagnoses--dramatically illustrates the newly-perceived early warning signs. For anyone who manages breast disease, this work is an invaluable new resource.

Atlas of Mammography

Histologic and Mammographic Correlations

Author: John E. Martin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 524

View: 414

Atlas of Mammography

Histologic & Mammographic Correlations

Author: John E. Martin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Breast

Page: 355

View: 479

Atlas of Mammography

Author: Ellen Shaw DeParedes

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 703

View: 310

Featuring over 1,500 mammographic images, this atlas is a comprehensive guide to interpreting mammograms. It presents the full spectrum of manifestations of breast diseases, as well as cases involving the postsurgical and augmented breast. Chapters are organized according to the pattern seen on the mammogram to develop readers' pattern recognition skills and to allow quick and complete definition of etiologies and clinical implications for a particular finding. This edition includes new chapters on the augmented breast, the role of ultrasound and MRI in breast imaging, and imaging-guided breast interventions. The terminology of the BI-RADS(R) lexicon is used throughout.

Breast Imaging

A Correlative Atlas

Author: Beverly Hashimoto

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 536

View: 605

An extensive armamentarium of imaging techniques can help you accurately detect all breast lesions and avoid missed diagnoses. This book greatly expands your options by integrating both mammographic and sonographic findings, with more than 200 case examples covering a wide range of clinical conditions. Its unique format--organized by two distinct tables of contents--helps you locate a specific topic by either mammographic lesion or sonographic image.The book highlights the importance of high-resolution sonography and its cross-correlation with mammography by providing a broad spectrum of imaging entities, from common pathologies to rare breast abnormalities. You'll also get helpful information on normal anatomy, new technology, instrumentation, and management issues.Special features of this state-of-the-art resource:Provides clear visual patterns--with more than 700 detailed illustrations--that help you identify both mammographic and sonographic abnormalitiesPresents more than 200 cases showing a variety of scenarios, all cross-referenced for easy useIncludes two different tables of contents organized by both mammographic and sonographic findings--for easy and quick referenceGives you pearls and pitfalls describing your clinical and radiographic options for even the most unusual casesOffers magnified views of calcification lesions for clear demonstration of conceptsHere is the quintessential imaging atlas that radiologists, residents, and other physicians need to accurately integrate mammographic and sonographic findings. Benefit from these unique diagnostic tools that will upgrade and refine your skills in virtually any clinical situation involving breast imaging!

Atlas of Mammography

Author: Michelin Travel Publications

Publisher: Gower Publishing Company, Limited

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 368

View: 377

Atlas of Contrast-Enhanced Mammography

Author: Jacopo Nori

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Electronic books

Page: 456

View: 219

This superbly illustrated atlas serves as a basic introduction to contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM), a breakthrough functional breast imaging modality, which is rapidly growing. This book is an essential guide for the latest developments with correlative findings, practical interpretation tips, physics, and information on how contrast mammography differs from conventional 2D and 3D Full Field of View digital mammography (FFDM). It includes: · over 1000 high-quality 2D, 3D and recombined contrast mammography images representing the spectrum of breast imaging · findings obtained in the full range of benign, pre-malignant and malignant conditions, including artefacts and postoperative changes, presented with high-quality illustrations from case examples · image interpretation tips using mammographic and DCE-MRI descriptors of the BI-RADS lexicon to effectively read and interpret this advanced imaging modality · practical tips to interpret this new modality and how it is used as an adjunct to 2D mammography · details on how integration of contrast-enhanced mammography drastically changes lesion work-up and overall workflow in the department · "imaging pearls" boxes offering interpretation tips for expert clinical guidance · a case on the recently introduced CEM guided biopsy procedure The book's target audience consists of diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, technologists and clinicians involved in the care of breast cancer patients, including surgeons and oncologists. The goal is to provide a concise introduction to CEM and to lead to enhanced interpretation and better patient staging prior to surgery. .

Multimodality Breast Imaging

A Correlative Atlas

Author: Beverly Hashimoto

Publisher: Thieme

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 664

View: 547

Praise for the previous edition:Well organised and beautifully illustrated...A good book for trainee breast radiologists and radiographers...[and] an extremely useful reference textbook for more experienced practitioners.--RAD MagazineThe second edition of this generously illustrated case-based reference provides a systematic visual collection of pathologic entities and a detailed assessment of how to optimize sonographic technique as well as how to approach the integration of mammography, sonography, MRI and PET/CT in breast cancer diagnosis. The book begins with a focus on teaching practical methods to analyze and incorporate mammographic, sonographic, and magnetic resonance findings in the clinical setting. The closing chapters are devoted to illustrating the applications of PET as demonstrated by specific clinical cases.Features of the second edition: Emphasis on the importance of high-resolution sonography Three new chapters on the use of MRI and PET in breast imaging Numerous new case studies -- including helpful pearls and pitfalls -- that focus on common and uncommon examples of metastatic and non-metastatic disease Charts and outlines that provide rapid reference for the clinical workup of a lesion More than 800 images that help identify both mammographic and sonographic abnormalities This thorough reference is ideal for radiologists, mammographers, oncologists, gynecologists and all clinicians looking to broaden their visual sonographic experience. Its user-friendly format makes it a handy text for radiology residents in breast rotations.

Film-Screen Mammography

An atlas of instructional cases

Author: Lawrence W Bassett

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 320

View: 985

This book concerns the interpretation of mammograms. It contains 55 case-studies, each of which includes a full-size mammogram reproduction, a discussion of the case, additional mammograms and a histological correlation.