Teaching Atlas of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Imaging PDF – A Collection of Clinical Cases
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Imaging of the liver, biliary system and pancreas is one of the main foci of radiology due to several reasons such as the broad variety of related diseases, confusing infective and inflammatory conditions and the necessity of a multimodality imaging approach. In this regard, CT and MR imaging play an essential role in the diagnostic work-up of the hepatopancreaticobiliary pathologies.
The development of the multidetector CT was a critical technological advance that made dynamic protocols, isovolumetric imaging and multiplanar reconstructions that enhance the detection of lesions possible. In a similar fashion, advances in the body MR technology such as volumetric dynamic imaging sequences and diffusion-weighted imaging alongside with the introduction of hepatocyte-specific contrast agents made MR imaging the modality of choice regarding the characterization of the pathologies of the liver, pancreas and the biliary system.
In this book, we tried to include cases that represent different pathologies of the hepatopancreaticobiliary system. For the vast majority of the cases, we included both CT images and MR images obtained using different sequences to demonstrate how the lesions/pathologies may appear different using different imaging approaches. We tried to keep the text short and concise to make sure that the book can be used both as a short textbook especially for the residents and as a quick guide for the radiologists. We hope that this work may help our colleagues as a tool for a quicker differential diagnosis of the related diseases.
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