* Comprehensively reviewed and updated throughout - incorporating the very latest techniques, clinical practice developments and key recent national and international guidelines
* New chapter on the important roles of the radiographer and nurse in procedural radiology - reflecting the delivery of modern radiological practice by multi-professional teams
* New chapter on ablative therapies - outlining the various radiological techniques and indications for non-surgical treatment of tumours
* Complementary access to the complete, enhanced eBook version - including new, interactive MCQs to check understanding and aid those preparing for the FRCR and similar examinations
Previous edition review comments:
"The book provides a comprehensive and well-referenced guide to a wide range of imaging techniques and the imaging modalities employed...Overall, an excellent book. " Rad Magazine
1 General notes, 2 Intravascular contrast media, 3 Gastrointestinal tract, 4 Liver, biliary tract and pancreas, 5 Urinary tract, 6 Image-guided ablation techniques for cancer treatment, 7 Reproductive system, 8 Respiratory system, 9 Heart, 10 Arterial system, 11 Venous system, 12 Radionuclide imaging in oncology and infection, 13 Bones and joints, 14 Brain, 15 Spine, 16 Lacrimal system, salivary glands, thyroid and parathyroids, 17 Breast, 18 The role of the radiographer and the nurse in interventional radiology, 19 Patient consent, 20 Sedation and monitoring, 21 Medical emergencies, Appendix I Dose limits, Appendix II Average effective dose equivalents, Appendix III The Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations 2000, Index
Jones, Hefin Consultant Radiologist, University Hospital North Staffordshire, Stoke on Trent, UK..