About this book
'Radiology of the Pancreas'discusses the diagnostic role of the various imaging modalities currently available for the assessment of pancreatic anatomy and disease. In comparison with the first edition, new technical developments (helical CT, ultrafast magnetic resonance imaging, color Doppler ultrasound, laparoscopic ultrasound), have been included, and several chapters have been significantly expanded. With the aid of numerous illustrations, the normal radiological anatomy, anatomical variants, the typical and atypical radiological features of both common and uncommon diseases, and potential pitfalls are considered in depth. All of the chapters have been written by recognized experts in the field, and the book should be of value to all radiologists and other specialists who treat patients with panreatic disease or who have an interest in the subject.
Pancreas Tumor anatomy carcinoma chronic pancreatitis computed tomography (CT) gastroenterology histology imaging pathology physiology radiology transplantation trauma ultrasound