Practical Pediatric Radiology, 3rd Edition
By Saskia v.W. Hilton, MD and David K. Edwards, III, MD
720 pages 1061 ills
Trim size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 in
The new 3rd Edition of this popular reference offers pragmatic, up-to-date guidance on the radiologic diagnosis of pediatric ailments. It's clinically oriented, problem-based approach helps readers to respond appropriately to a given set of symptoms and to employ the safest and most cost-efficient methods available. More than 1100 images, flow charts, and line illustrations facilitate recognition of a wide variety of problems. It also offers helpful guidance on the appropriate psychological approach to pediatric patients.
REVIEW OF PREVIOUS EDITION
“The book is well written, and the presentation of topics and careful editing result in a uniform format. Practical Pediatric Radiology occupies a special niche among radiology texts, and the authors accomplish their primary goals: detailed discussion of common pediatric imaging and a problem-solving approach to radiologic evaluation and diagnosis based on clinical presentation.” – AJR
Contains more than 1,000 illustrations that cover a wide range of pediatric problems.
Enables you to quickly find differential diagnoses appropriate to specific age groups simply by looking up the presenting problem.
Equips you with the guidance you need to employ the most cost-effective and safest methods available in the care of your youngest patients.
Helps you to distinguish between accidental injuries and signs of physical abuse.
New to this Edition
Includes expanded information on neonatology.
Features several new chapters including -- Atlas of Anatomy of the Normal Newborn Infant • The Newborn Infant with Respiratory Distress from Medical Causes • The Newborn Infant with Respiratory Distress from Surgical Causes • The Fetus and Neonate with Urinary Tract Abnormalities • and The Newborn Infant with Spinal Abnormalities.
Table of Contents
1. Atlas Of Anatomy Of The Normal Newborn Infant
2. The Newborn Infant With Respiratory Distress From Medical Causes
3. The Newborn Infant With Respirtoratory Distress From Surgical Causes
4. The Fetus And Neonate With Urinary Tract Abnormalities
5. The Newborn Infant With Spinal Abnormalities
6. The Newborn Infant With Cranial Abnormalities
7. The Child With Stridor
8. The Child Who Wheezes
9. The Child With Cough And Fever
10. The Child With Abdominal Trauma
11. The Child With Bloody Stool
12. The Child With An Abdominal Mass
13. The Child With Vomiting
14. The Child With Abdomina Pain
15. The Child With Diarrhea
16. The Child With Constipation
17. Differentianting The Accidentally Injured From The Physically Abused Child
18. Court Testimony In Cases Of Child Abuse Or Accidental Or Accidental Injury
19. Psychologic Approach To The Pediatric Patient
20. The Child With A Limp