Radiology Today

  • Martin W. Donner
  • Friedrich H. W. Heuck
Conference proceedings

Part of the Radiology Today book series (RADIOL.TODAY, volume 3)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Critical Diagnostic Pathways

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Abdomen

      1. G. Marchal, A. L. Baert, K. Geboes, E. Ponette, J. Fevery
        Pages 3-6
      2. A. R. Margulis, S. McCarthy
        Pages 12-16
      3. M. Kormano, K. Partanen, J. Kuikka
        Pages 17-19
      4. W. Frommhold, J. Pirschel
        Pages 20-25
      5. J. T. Ferrucci, A. L. Baert, W. Reichardt, A. R. Margulis, W. Frommhold, J. A. Kirkpatrick Jr.
        Pages 30-35
      6. H. Pokieser, H. Czembirek, W. Frank, P. Hajek, H. Imhof, W. Kumpan et al.
        Pages 36-40
    3. Genitourinary Tract

      1. H. Hricak
        Pages 59-62
      2. H. Treugut, M. Zieger
        Pages 63-66
      3. H. Schmoller, R. Kloss, T. Irnberger
        Pages 76-78
      4. G. Egender, H. Frommhold, A. Furtschegger
        Pages 79-85
      5. P. Reindl, P. Carl
        Pages 86-89
      6. H. M. Saxton
        Pages 90-95
    4. Retroperitoneal and Pelvic Masses

      1. H. Schreyer, G. H. Schneider, E. Tölly
        Pages 96-103
      2. L. Ekelund
        Pages 104-109
      3. E. Grabbe, E. Bücheler
        Pages 110-115
  3. Interventional Radiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 121-121
    2. Gastrointestinal Tract

    3. Genitourinary Tract

      1. K. Amplatz
        Pages 146-147
      2. E. Löhr
        Pages 148-152
      3. F. Olbert, N. Muzika, A. Schlegl
        Pages 153-155
      4. F. Eisenberger, G. Fuchs, K. Miller, J. Rassweiler
        Pages 161-167
      5. K. Amplatz
        Pages 168-171
      6. R. Günther, P. Alken
        Pages 172-174
    4. Miscellaneous

    5. Problems of Progress in Radiology: Supplementary Informations

  4. Back Matter
    Pages 201-203

About these proceedings


Radiology Today 3 presents papers and panel discussions from a multi­ national faculty at the biannual Salzburg Symposium, which this time covered three important topics: critical diagnostic pathways in gastro" intestinal and genitourinary radiology, interventional radiology of the abdomen, and cost containment in radiology. The choice of these topics illustrates the changing role of the radiolo­ gist in the practice of medicine today and in the foreseeable future. He will have to serve as a consultant more than ever before, assuming in­ creasing responsibility for sequencing of imaging procedures and par­ ticipating more and more in therapeutic intervention. In order to pro­ vide meaningful assistance, the imaging consultant must be aware of the efficacy and the limitations of every procedure. In this context, cost containment is a worldwide public concern, and the most appropriate procedures must be identified. Radiology Today 3 demonstrates how the radiologist functions as a member of diagnostic and management teams to provide optimal in­ formation and efficient, low-risk patient care at the lowest possible cost. Martin W. Donner Friedrich H. W. Heuck Contents Critical Diagnostic Pathways Abdomen 3 G. MARCHAL, A L. BAERT, K. GEBOES, E. PONETTE, 1. FEVERY The Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer ............ 3 W. REICHARDT Localization Techniques for Hormonally Active Pancreatic Tumors ........... . 7 AR. MARGULIS, S. MCCARTHY Hepatic Mass Lesions .... 12 M. KORMANO, K. PARTANEN, 1. KUIKKA Dynamic Liver CT and New Contrast Agents ....... . 17 W. FROMMHOLD, J. PIRSCHEL 20 Gallbladder Diseases: Imaging Sequences 1.A KIRKPATRICK, Jr.


Tumor computed tomography (CT) diagnosis interventional radiology radiology

Editors and affiliations

  • Martin W. Donner
    • 1
  • Friedrich H. W. Heuck
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Radiology and Radiological ScienceThe Johns Hopkins Medical InstitutionsBaltimoreUSA
  2. 2.Radiologisches Institut im Zentrum RadiologieKatharinenhospitals der Stadt StuttgartStuttgart 1Germany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-69739-5
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-69737-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0722-415X
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