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- Radiographic atlas of skull and brain anatomy 2007, Springer
- Radiologically-guided approach to musculoskeletal anatomy 2013, SpringerIntroduction --Introduction /Antonio Zicca, Alberto Tagliafico --Upper limb --Shoulder /Erica Fisci, Alberto Tagliafico --Elbow /Alberto Tagliafico, Carlo Martinoli --Wrist /Alberto Tagliafico, Carlo Martinoli --Lower limb --Hip /Alberto Tagliafico, Erica Fisci, Carlo Martinoli --Knee /Alberto Tagliafico, Carlo Martinoli --Ankle /Bianca Bignotti, Carlo Martinoli, Alberto Tagliafico --Spine --Spine /Erica Fisci, Alberto Tagliafico
- Radiology 100 online syllabus 2004-, UCSF
- Print MaterialRadiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonography: principles and indications / Willam E. Erkonen -- Chest / William E. Erkonen -- Abdomen / Edmund A. Franken Jr. -- Pediatric imaging / Wilbur L. Smith -- Musculoskeletal system / William E. Erkonen and Carol A. Boles -- Spine and pelvis / Carol A. Boles -- Brain / Wilbur L. Smith -- Head and neck / Yutaka Sato -- Nuclear imaging / David L. Bushnell -- Mammography / William E. Erkonen, Laurie L. Fajardo and John W. Boardman -- Interventional radiology / Thomas A. Farrell and Monte L. Harvill.
- Print MaterialRadiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonography : principles and indications / William E. Erkonen and Vincent A. Magnotta -- Chest / William E. Erkonen and Brad H. Thompson -- Abdomen / Edmund A. Franken, Jr. -- Pediatric imaging / Wilbur L. Smith -- Musculoskeletal system / William E. Erkonen and Carol A. Boles -- Spine and pelvis / Carol A. Boles --Brain / Wilbur L. Smith -- Head and neck / Yutaka Sato -- Nuclear imaging / David L. Bushnell, Jr. -- Breast imaging / Jeong Mi Park, William E. Erkonen, and Laurie L. Fajardo -- Interventional radiology / Thomas A. Farrell.
- Radionuclide imaging of infection and inflammation 2013, SpringerThis atlas fills a gap in the literature by documenting in detail the role of nuclear medicine imaging of infection and inflammation. The pathophysiologic and molecular mechanisms on which radionuclide imaging of infection/inflammation is based are clearly explained, but the prime focus of the book is on the clinical relevance of such procedures. Their impact is demonstrated by a collection of richly illustrated teaching cases that describe the most commonly observed scintigraphic patterns, as well as anatomic variants and technical pitfalls. Due attention is paid to the application of recently developed techniques, including multimodality fusion imaging such as SPECT/CT and PET/CT. Emphasis is placed in particular on the ability of multimodality imaging to increase both the sensitivity and the specificity of radionuclide imaging. This atlas will be an excellent learning tool for residents in nuclear medicine and illuminating for other specialists with an interest in the field. Learning tool especially useful for residents in nuclear medicine and for specialists in nuclear medicine approaching the field. Useful integration for residents and for specialists also in infectious and autoimmune diseases, as well as in orthopedics.
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- Print MaterialSect. IImaging modalities: basic principles and interpretation --Sect. IIMacular diseases --Sect. IIIRetinal vascular diseases --Sect. IVInflammatory and infectious diseases --Sect. VOther retinal diseases --Sect. VITumors --Sect. VIIOptic nerve disorders.
- Rhesus monkey brain. 2nd ed. SU Catalog (SearchWorks), Click LINK above for location/circulation status.Print Material
- Rhinoplasty 2004Print Material
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- Robbins and Cotran Pathologic basis of disease. 8th ed. Lane Catalog recordPrint Material
- Rook's Textbook of dermatology. 7th ed. v. 1-4, 2004.Print MaterialV. 1. Introduction and historical bibliography -- Comparative dermatology -- Anatomy and organization of human skin -- Functions of the skin -- Diagnosis of skin disease -- Epidemiology of skin disease -- Histopathology of the skin: general principles -- Molecular biology -- Inflammation -- Clinical immunology, allergy and photoimmunology -- Would healing -- Genetics and genodermatoses -- Prenatal diagnosis of genetic skin disease -- The neonate -- Naevi and other developmental defects -- Pruritus -- Eczema, lichenification, prurigo and erythroderma -- Atopic dermatitis -- Contact dermatitis: irritant -- Contact dermatitis: allergic -- Occupational dermatoses -- Mechanical and thermal injury -- V. 2. Reactions to cold -- Cutaneous photobiology -- Virus infections -- AIDS and the skin -- Bacterial infections -- Mycobacterial infections -- Leprosy -- The treponematoses -- Mycology -- Parasitic worms and protozoa -- Diseases caused by arthropods and other noxious animals -- Disorders of keratinization -- Psoriasis -- Non-melanoma skin cancer and other epidermal skin tumours -- Tumours of the skin appendages -- Disorders of the cutaneous melanocyte --Disorders of skin colour -- Genetic blistering diseases -- Immunobullous diseases -- V. 3. Lichen planus and lichenoid disorders -- Disorders of the sebaceous glands -- Rosacea, perioral dermatitis and similar dermatoses, flushing and flushing syndromes -- Disorders of sweat glands -- Disorders of connective tissue -- Urticaria and mastocytosis -- Purpura and microvascular occlusion -- Vasculitis and neutrophilic vascular reactions -- Diseases of the veins and arteries: leg ulcers -- Disorders of lymphatic vessels -- Histiocytoses -- Soft-tissue tumours and tumour-like conditions -- Cutaneous lymphomas and lymphocytic infiltrates -- Subcutaneous fat -- The 'connective tissue diseases' -- Metabolic and nutritional disorders -- Sarcoidosis -- Systemic disease and the skin -- The skin and the nervous system -- V. 4. Psychocutaneous disorders -- Disorders of nails -- Disorders of hair -- The skin and the eyes -- The external ear -- The oral cavity and lips -- The breast -- The genital, perianal and umbilical regions -- Racial influences on skin disease -- The ages of man and their dermatoses -- General aspects of treatment -- Systemic therapy -- Drug reactions -- Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis -- Topical therapy -- Radiotherapy and reactions to ionizing radiation -- Physical and laser therapies -- Dermatological surgery.
- Rosai and Ackerman's Surgical pathology. 9th ed. v. 1-2, 2004.Print MaterialAccompanying CD-ROMs contain all the 4000 illustrations, together with the tables.
- RSNA electronic journal v. 1-3, 1997-99., RSNA
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