Imaging Endocrine Diseases in Children by Fred AvniImaging Endocrine Diseases in Children by Fred Avni

Imaging Endocrine Diseases in Children

EditorFred Avni

Hardcover | October 21, 2012

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This book is a unique resource that will help pediatric radiologists, pediatricians, and pediatric endocrinologists to optimize the work-up and treatment of pediatric patients with endocrine disorders. Acclaimed experts in the field present and discuss the imaging findings obtained in disorders of the various endocrine systems, including the hypothalamo-pituitary axis, the thyroid and parathyroids, the adrenals, and the pancreas. Detailed advice is also provided on the assessment of bone growth and on imaging of the fetal glands, ambiguous genitalia, and the female pelvis in the context of precocious puberty. Throughout, care is taken to highlight characteristic findings and diagnostic clues. All of the currently used imaging techniques are covered, with clear explanation of their benefits and limitations. The informative text is supported by a wealth of high-quality illustrations, the large majority of them in color.

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Title:Imaging Endocrine Diseases in ChildrenFormat:HardcoverDimensions:280 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0 inPublished:October 21, 2012Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642207022

ISBN - 13:9783642207020

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The importance of imaging the endocrine glands from the endocrinologist point of view.- The imaging of fetal glands.- Assessing normal and abnormal (bone) growth.- The hypothalamo-hypophyseal axis.- The thyroid and parathyroids.-   Ambiguous genitalia.- Female pelvis and precocious puberty.- The adrenals.- Pancreatic diseases (including hypoglycaemia).- Conclusions.