Gastrointestinal Imaging by Angela D. LevyGastrointestinal Imaging by Angela D. Levy

Gastrointestinal Imaging

EditorAngela D. Levy, Koenraad J. Mortele, Benjamin M. Yeh

Hardcover | August 13, 2015

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Gastrointestinal Imaging presents a comprehensive review of gastrointestinal pathologies commonly encountered by practicing radiologists and residents in training. Chapters are organized by organ system and include the Pharynx and Esophagus, Stomach, Small Bowel, Appendix, Colon, Anorectum,Liver, Gallbladder, Bile Ducts, Pancreas, Spleen, Peritoneum, Mesentery, and Abdominal Wall, and a chapter on multisystem disorders. Part of the Rotations in Radiology series, this book offers a guided approach to imaging diagnosis with examples of all imaging modalities complimented by the basics of interpretation and technique and the nuances necessary to arrive at the best diagnosis. Each pathology is covered with a targeteddiscussion that reviews the definition, clinical features, anatomy and physiology, imaging techniques, differential diagnosis, clinical issues, key points, and further reading. This organization is ideal for trainees' use during specific rotations and for exam review, or as a quick refresher for theestablished gastrointestinal imager.
Angela Levy is a Professor of Radiology at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, DC. Koenraad Mortele is an Associate Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. Benjamin Yeh is a Professor of Radiology at the University of California, San Francisco, California.
Title:Gastrointestinal ImagingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:760 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.98 inPublished:August 13, 2015Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section 1. Pharynx and Esophagus1. Imaging Techniques, Normal Anatomy, and Function2. Pharyngeal Disorders3. Esophageal Motility DisordersA. AchalasiaB. Diffuse Esophageal SpasmC. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease4. Pharyngeal and Esophageal DiverticulaA. Zenker's and Killian-Jamieson DiverticulaB. Thoracic Esophageal Diverticula5. Infectious EsophagitisA. Candida esophagitisB. Viral Esophagitis6. Noninfectious EsophagitisA. Barretts / reflux esophagitisB. Drug induced esophagitisC. Eosinophilic esophagitis7. Benign Esophageal TumorsA. LeiomyomaB. Fibrovascular polyp8. Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Adenocarcinoma9. Esophageal Perforation10. Esophageal Webs, Rings, and VaricesA. Schatzki ringB. Esophageal varicesSection 2. Stomach11. Imaging techniques, normal anatomy and principles of interpretation12. H. Pylori and peptic ulcer diseaseA. H. Pylori gastritisB. Gastric ulcer13. Other inflammatory conditions of the stomachA. Atrophic gastritisB. Emphysematous gastritisC. Menetrier disease14. Benign tumors of the stomachA. Gastric polypsB. Gastrointestinal stromal tumorC. Lipoma15. Malignant tumors of the stomachA. Gastric adenocarcinomaB. Malignant gastric stromal tumorsC. Gastric lymphomaD. Gastric metastases16. Hernia and VolvulusA. HerniaB. Volvulus17. Miscellaneous disorders of the StomachA. Gastric varicesB. Gastric outlet obstructionC. Gastric diverticulumD. Gastric bezoars18. Stomach following bariatric surgeryA. Roux-Y gastric bypassB. Gastric bandingC. Gastric sleeve19. Other postsurgical changesA. FundoplicationB. Bilroth/gastrojejunostomySection 3. Small Bowel20. Normal Anatomy and Imaging Techniques21. Congenital and Developmental AbnormalitiesA. MalrotationB. Paraduodenal Hernia22. Small Bowel DiverticulaA. Small Bowel DiverticulosisB. Meckel Diverticulum23. Crohn Disease24. Other Inflammatory DisordersA. TuberculosisB. Small Bowel ParasitesC. Opportunistic Small Bowel InfectionsD. Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug Enteropathy25. Celiac Disease26. Small Bowel ObstructionA. Mechanical Small Bowel ObstructionB. Closed Loop Obstruction and Strangulation27. Small Bowel Intussusception28. Scleroderma29. Vascular DisordersA. Mesenteric IschemiaB. Henoch-Schonlein PurpuraC. Small Bowel Trauma30. Gastrointestinal Bleeding31. Benign Small Bowel TumorsA. Ectopic PancreasB. Brunner Gland LesionsC. AdenomaD. Lipoma and Hemangioma32. Malignant Small Bowel TumorsA. Adenocarcinoma of the Small BowelB. Small Bowel LymphomaC. Small Bowel Carcinoid TumorD. Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST)E. MetastasesSection 4. Appendix33. Imaging techniques, normal anatomy and principles of interpretation34. Acute appendicitis35. Appendiceal tumorsA. Appendiceal carcinoid tumorsB. Appendiceal Mucinous CystadenomaC. Appendiceal adenocarcinomaSection 5. Colon36. Normal anatomy and imaging techniques37. Inflammatory bowel diseaseA. Crohn diseaseB. Ulcerative colitis38. Diverticulitis39. Infectious colitisA. Pseudomembranous colitisB. Neutropenic colitisC. Other infectious colitis40. Ischemic colitis41. Benign colonic polyps42. Colonic adenocarcinoma43. Colonic obstruction44. Colonic VolvulusSection 6. Anorectum45. Imaging techniques, normal anatomy and principles of interpretation46. Retrorectal developmental cysts47. Perianal fistulas48. Rectal adenocarcinoma49. Other anorectal neoplasms50. Posterior Compartment of the Pelvic FloorA. Imaging the Posterior Compartment of the Pelvic FloorB. Fecal incontinenceSection 7. Diffuse and Vascular Liver Disease51. Normal Anatomy and Imaging Techniques52. Steatosis, Steatohepatitis, NAFLD, and NASH53. Disorders of Iron Overload54. Cirrhosis55. Other Metabolic Disorders56. Arterial disordersA. AneurysmB. Hereditary Hemorrhagic TelangiectasiaC. Liver Infarct57. Portal Vein DisordersA. Bland thrombosisB. Tumoral thrombosis58. Venoocclusive Disorders59. Liver TransplantA. Pre Liver Transplant EvaluationB. Post Liver Transplant ComplicationsSection 8. Focal Liver Disease60. Cystic Hepatic TumorsA. Simple Hepatic Cysts and Polycystic Liver DiseaseB. Biliary Cystadenoma and CystadenocarcinomaC. Von Meyenberg complexes61. Benign Liver TumorsA. HemangiomaB. Focal Nodular HyperplasiaC. Hepatocellular adenoma62. Hepatocellular Carcinoma and PrecursorsA. Benign and Premalignant Liver Nodules in the Cirrhotic LiverB. Hepatocellular Carcinoma: DiagnosisC. Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Post-Ablation / Chemoembolization63. Uncommon Solid Liver Tumors64. Secondary Liver TumorsA. Hypervascular MetastasesB. Hypovascular MetastasesC. Hepatic Lymphoma65. Hepatic Infections66. THEDs: THADs and THIDs67. TraumaSection 9. Gallbladder68. Imaging techniques, normal anatomy and principles of interpretation69. CholecystitisA. Acute calculous cholecystitisB. Acute acalculous cholecystitisC. Emphysematous cholecystitisD. Gangrenous cholecystitisE. Chronic cholecystitis and xanthogranulomatous cholecystitisF. Cholecystectomy complicationsG. Gallbladder perforation and gallstone ileus70. Adenomyomatosis71. Gallbladder neoplasmsA. Gallbladder polypsB. Gallbladder carcinomaC. Gallbladder metastasisSection 10. Bile Ducts72. Normal anatomy and imaging techniques73. Developmental and congenital disorders of the bile ductsA. Bile duct anatomic variantsB. Choledochal cysts74. Choledocholithiasis75. CholangitisA. Infectious cholangitisB. Recurrent pyogenic cholangitisC. Sclerosing cholangitisD. IgG4-related sclerosing cholangitis76. Biliary neoplasmsA. Neuroendocrine neoplasmB. Intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile ductC. CholangiocarcinomaD. Secondary tumors77. Postoperative bile ducts and bile duct traumaA. Bismuth Classification of bile duct injuryB. Obstructed and excluded bile ductsC. Bile duct leakSection 11. Pancreas78. Normal Anatomy and Imaging Techniques79. Anomalies and Variants of the Pancreas and DuctsA. Anatomical AnomaliesB. Congenital and Genetic DiseasesC. Other Pancreatic Variants and Pitfalls80. Acute Pancreatitis81. Chronic Pancreatitis82. Cystic Pancreatic TumorsA. IPMNB. Mucinous Cystic TumorC. Serous Microcystic AdenomaD. Solid Pseudopapillary Tumor83. Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma84. Other Solid Pancreatic TumorsA. Pancreatic Endocrine TumorsB. Rare Solid Pancreatic TumorsC. Secondary Pancreatic Tumors85. Pancreatic Surgery/TransplantsA. The Post-operative PancreasB. Pancreatic TransplantSection 12. Spleen86. Normal anatomy and imaging techniques87. Congenital anomalies and variants88. Splenomegaly89. Cystic lesionsA. Abscesses and InfectionsB. Splenic cysts90. Solid Masses in the SpleenA. Splenic HemangiomaB. Splenic HamartomaC. LymphomaD. AngiosarcomaE. Metastases91. Vascular disorders92. TraumaSection 13. Peritoneum, Mesentery, and Abdominal Wall93. Normal Anatomy and Imaging Techniques94. Pneumoperitoneum95. Intraabdominal Fluid, Abscess, and hemorrhageA. AscitesB. Intraperitoneal abscessC. Intraperitoneal hemorrhage96. Peritonitis97. Mesenteric and Peritoneal CystsA. LymphangiomaB. Multicystic mesothelioma98. Primary Peritoneal MalignanciesA. Malignant mesotheliomaB. Primary peritoneal serous carcinomaC. Desmoplastic small round cell tumor99. Secondary peritoneal tumorsA. Peritoneal carcinomatosisB. Pseudomyxoma peritonei100. Fibrous Lesions of the MesenteryA. Mesenteric fibromatosisB. Sclerosing mesenteritis100. Abdominal Wall HerniasA. Mesenteric fibromatosisB. Sclerosing mesenteritis101. Abdominal Wall Hernias102. Abdominal Wall Desmoid and Other Abdominal Wall MassesSection 14. Multisystem Disorders and Syndromes103. Familial Adenomatous Polyposis104. Peutz-Jeghers Syndrome105. Other Hamartomatous Polyposis SyndromesA. Juvenile polyposisB. Cronkhite canada syndromeC. Cowden disease106. Zollinger Ellison Syndrome107. Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Syndromes108. Von Hippel Lindau109. Lynch Syndrome110. Sarcoidosis