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  • edited by lead editor, Richard C. Semelka ; associate editors, Michele A. Brown, Ersan Altun.
    Diagnostic approach to protocoling and interpreting MR studies of the abdomen and pelvis
    Gallbladder and biliary system
    Gastrointestinal tract
    Peritoneal cavity
    Adrenal glands
    Retroperitoneum and body wall
    Bladder and nongender pelvis
    Male pelvis
    Female urethra and vagina
    Uterus and cervix
    Maternal conditions in pregnancy
    Contrast agents
    Magnetic resonance-positron emission tomography (MR-PET).
    Digital Access Wiley 2016
  • Peter H. Abrahams, Jonathan D. Spratt, Marios Loukas, Albert-Neels van Schoor.
    Summary: "Abrahams' and McMinn's Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy, 8th Edition delivers the straightforward visual guidance you need to perform confidently in all examinations and understand spatial relationships required during your medical training, while also acquiring the practical anatomical knowledge needed for your future clinical career. Respected authority Prof. Peter Abrahams and his team of leading international anatomists and radiologists link a vast collection of clinical images to help you master all the essential correlations between the basic science of anatomy and its clinical practice"--Publisher's description.

    Head, neck and brain
    Vertebral column and spinal cord
    Upper limb
    Abdomen and pelvis
    Lower limb
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Hajo Thermann, Christoph Becher, Michael R. Carmont, Jón Karlsson, Nicola Maffulli, James Calder, C. Niek van Dijk, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Wolter Kluwer, powered by Silverchair Information/Systems.
    Summary: Acland's (streaming) Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is web-based product that uses fresh, unembalmed specimens, retaining the color, texture, and mobility of the living human body in 3D. A concise synchronized narration runs throughout the program. As each new structure is shown, its name appears on the screen. Footage has been segmented into intervals no longer than 10 minutes and the streaming rate is capped at 250kbs. Features include section exams (free login account), a glossary, and an A-Z index.

    V. 1. The upper extremity
    v. 2. The lower extremity
    v. 3. The trunk
    v. 4. The head and neck
    v. 5. The internal organs.
    Digital Access Database
  • DeLellis, Ronald A.; Gardner, William A.; Silverberg, Steven G.; Sobin, L. H.
    Print Access Request
    Call Number
    Books: General Collection (Downstairs)
    RD651 .A882
  • a project of the Allen Institute for Brain Science.
    Summary: The Allen Brain Atlas (ABA) is a genome-wide image database of gene expression in the mouse brain. RNA in situ hybridization data, detailed Reference Atlases and analysis tools combine to provide a searchable digital atlas of gene expression. Presents a comprehensive online platform for exploration of the brain at the cellular and molecular level.
    Digital Access Database
  • [edited by] Julie Stewart.
    Cells, homeostasis, and disease
    Fluids and electrolytes
    Cardiovascular disorders
    Respiratory disorders
    Neurologic disorders
    Gastrointestinal disorders
    Musculoskeletal disorders
    Hematologic disorders
    Immunologic disorders
    Endocrine disorders
    Reproductive disorders
    Renal disorders
    Skin disorders
    Sensory disorders.
    Digital Access Ovid 2018
  • edited by Eric W. Baker, Johanna Warshaw based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher ; illustrations by Markus Voll, Karl Wesker.
    Vertebral column
    Brain and spinal cord
    Temporal and infratemporal fossae
    Oral cavity
    Nasal cavity
    Pharynx and larynx
  • Peter Fleckenstein, Jørgen Tranum-Jensen ; co-author, Peter Sand Myschetzky.
    Summary: Now in its third edition, Anatomy in Diagnostic Imaging is an unrivalled atlas of anatomy applied to diagnostic imaging. The book covers the entire human body and employs all the imaging modalities used in clinical practice; x-ray, CT, MR, PET, ultrasound and scintigraphy. An introductory chapter explains succinctly the essentials of the imaging and examination techniques drawing on the latest technical developments. In view of the great strides that have been made in this area recently, all chapters have been thoroughly revised in this third edition.

    pt. 1. Principles and techniques in diagnostic imaging
    pt. 2. Upper limb
    pt. 3. Lower limb
    pt. 4. Spine
    pt. 5. Head
    pt. 6. Brain
    pt. 7. Neck
    pt. 8. Thorax
    pt. 9. Abdomen
    pt. 10. Urogenital system.
    Digital Access Wiley 2014
  • Thomas F. Freddo, Edward Chaum.
    The orbits
    Eyelids and adnexa
    Overview of the eye
    Conjunctiva and limbus
    Sclera, episclera, and tenon's capsule
    Ciliary body
    Aqueous outflow pathways
    Choroid and choroidal circulation
    Sensory retina
    Retinal pigmented epithelium
    Optic nerve
    Embryology of the eye
    Anatomy of the eye as seen by OCT.
    Digital Access
    LWW Health Library
  • Edward H. Bedrossian, Jr, Richard R. Schmidt, Robert C. Della Rocca, Bradley N. Lemke, editors.
    Summary: This book is a dissection manual and atlas on the anatomy of the eyelid, orbit, and lacrimal system; it functions as a succinct yet comprehensive resource. Opening chapters provide an introduction to the topic and outline instruments needed for the dissections. Subsequent chapters then describe the dissection of the eyelid in various layered approaches. Then, further discussions demonstrate the neuroanatomy of the cranial fossae, the cavernous sinus, and the dissection of deep orbital structures from an anterior, superior and lateral approach. Closing chapters then examine the nasolacrimal system and nasal cavities Anatomy of the Eyelid, Orbit, and Lacrimal System is an expertly written invaluable resource for the surgeon seeking to enhance their knowledge and surgical skills.

    1 . Preparation of Specimens for Orbital Dissection Course
    2. The Eyelids
    3. Anterior Orbit
    4. Neuroanatomy: Cavernous Sinus
    5. The Orbit: Superior Approach
    6. The Orbit: Lateral Approach
    7. Paranasal Sinuses and the Nasolacrimal Drainage System.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • William D. James, Dirk M. Elston, Patrick J. McMahon.
    Structure and function
    Cutaneous signs and diagnosis
    Dermatoses resulting from physical factors
    Pruritus and neurocutaneous diseases
    Atopic dermatitis, eczema, and noninfectious immunodeficiency disorders
    Contact dermatitis and drug eruptions
    Erythema and urticaria
    Connective tissue diseases
    Seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, recalcitrant palmoplantar eruptions, pustular dermatitis, and erythroderma
    Pityriasis rosea, pityriasis rubra pilaris, and other papulosquamous and hyperkeratotic diseases
    Lichen planus and related conditions
    Bacterial infections
    Diseases resulting from fungi and yeasts
    Mycobacterial diseases
    Hansen disease
    Syphilis, yaws, bejel, and pinta
    Viral diseases
    Parasitic infestations, stings, and bites
    Chronic blistering dermatoses
    Nutritional diseases
    Diseases of subcutaneous fat
    Endocrine diseases
    Abnormalities of dermal fibrous and elastic tissue
    Errors in metabolism
    Genodermatoses and congenital anomalies
    Dermal and subcutaneous tumors
    Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, and cysts
    Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms
    Macrophage/monocyte disorders
    Cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, other malignant lymphomas, and allied diseases
    Diseases of skin appendages
    Diseases of mucous membranes
    Cutaneous vascular diseases
    Disturbances of pigmentation.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • Robert G. Micheletti, William D. James, Dirk M. Elston, and Patrick J. McMahon.
    Structure and function
    Cutaneous signs and diagnosis
    Dermatoses resulting from physical factors
    Pruritus and neurocutaneous diseases
    Atopic dermatitis, eczema, and noninfectious immunodeficiency disorders
    Contact dermatitis and drug eruptions
    Erythema and urticaria
    Connective tissue diseases
    Seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, recalcitrant palmoplantar eruptions, pustular dermatitis, and erythroderma
    Pityriasis rosea, pityriasis rubra pilaris, and other papulosquamous and hyperkeratotic diseases
    Lichen planus and related conditions
    Bacterial infections
    Diseases resulting from fungi and yeasts
    Mycobacterial diseases
    Hansen disease
    Syphilis, yaws, bejel, and pinta
    Viral diseases
    Parasitic infestations, stings, and bites
    Chronic blistering dermatoses
    Nutritional diseases
    Diseases of subcutaneous fat
    Endocrine diseases
    Abnormalities of dermal fibrous and elastic tissue
    Errors in metabolism
    Genodermatoses and congenital anomalies
    Dermal and subcutaneous tumors
    Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, and cysts
    Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms
    Macrophage/monocyte disorders
    Cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, other malignant lymphomas, and allied diseases
    Diseases of skin appendages
    Diseases of mucous membranes
    Cutaneous vascular diseases
    Disturbances of pigmentation
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2023
  • William D. James, Dirk M. Elston, James R. Treat, Misha A. Rosenbach and Isaac M. Neuhaus.
    Summary: "Now in a fully revised thirteenth edition, Andrews' Diseases of the Skin remains your single-volume, must-have resource for core information in dermatology. From residency through clinical practice, this award-winning title ensures that you stay up to date with new tools and strategies for diagnosis and treatment, new entities and newly recognized diseases, and current uses for tried-and-true and newer medications. It's the reference you'll turn to again and again when faced with a clinical conundrum or therapeutically challenging skin disease"--Publisher's description.

    Skin : basic structure and function
    Cutaneous signs and diagnosis
    Dermatoses resulting from physical factors
    Pruritus and neurocutaneous dermatoses
    Eczema, atopic dermatitis, and noninfectious immunodeficiency disorders
    Contact dermatitis and drug eruptions
    Erythema and urticaria
    Connective tissue diseases mucinoses
    Seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, recalcitrant palmoplantar eruptions, pustular dermatitis, and erythroderma
    Pityriasis rosea, pityriasis rubra pilaris, and other papulosquamous and hyperkeratotic diseases
    Lichen planus and related conditions
    Bacterial infections
    Diseases resulting from fungi and yeasts
    Mycobacterial diseases
    Hansen disease
    Syphilis, yaws, bejel, and pinta
    Viral diseases
    Parasitic infestations, stings, and bites
    Chronic blistering dermatoses
    Nutritional diseases
    Diseases of subcutaneous fat
    Endocrine diseases
    Abnormalities of dermal fibrous and elastic tissue
    Errors in metabolism
    Genodermatoses and congenital anomalies
    Dermal and subcutaneous tumors
    Epidermal nevi, neoplasms, and cysts
    Melanocytic nevi and neoplasms
    Macrophage/monocyte disorders
    Cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, cutaneous t-cell lymphoma, other malignant lymphomas, and allied diseases
    Diseases of the skin appendages
    Disorders of the mucous membranes
    Cutaneous vascular diseases
    Disturbances of pigmentation
    Dermatologic surgery
    Cutaneous laser surgery
    Cosmetic dermatology.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
  • Joe Niamtu, III.
    What is a facelift? history and semantics
    The aging face
    Evaluating the cosmetic facial surgery patient: the art of the consult and the office patient experience
    Facelift instrumenttation and surgery center
    Facelift anatomy
    Facelift Surgery (Cervicofacial rhytidectomy)
    Case presentations
    Modified facelift procedures
    Complications of face and neck lift: recognition, treatment and prevention.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • [edited by] Frank Wacker, Herbert Lippert, Reinhard Pabst.
    Digital Access
    Thieme MedOne Radiology
  • [American Society of Hematology].
    Summary: An extensive online library of screen-sized blood disease images and cases for educational use.
    Digital Access Highwire Image database
  • E. Edmund Kim, Hyung-Jun Im, Dong Soo Lee, Keon Wook Kang.
    Summary: This atlas showcases cross-sectional anatomy for the proper interpretation of images generated from PET/MRI, PET/CT, and SPECT/CT applications. Hybrid imaging is at the forefront of nuclear and molecular imaging and enhances data acquisition for the purposes of diagnosis and treatment. Simultaneous evaluation of anatomic and metabolic information about normal and abnormal processes addresses complex clinical questions and raises the level of confidence of the scan interpretation. Extensively illustrated with high-resolution PET/MRI, PET/CT and SPECT/CT images, this atlas provides precise morphologic information for the whole body as well as for specific regions such as the head and neck, abdomen, and musculoskeletal system. Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MRI, PET/CT, AND SPECT/CT is a unique resource for physicians and residents in nuclear medicine, radiology, oncology, neurology, and cardiology. .

    Atlas and Anatomy of PET/MR
    Atlas and Anatomy of PET/CT
    Atlas and Anatomy of SPECT/CT. .
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Wolf-Heidegger, Gerhard.
    1. Systema sceleti. Iuncturae ossium. Systema musculorum.
    Print Access Request
    Call Number
    Stored offsite. Please request print.
    E557 .W85
  • Ming-Chon Hsiung, Wei-Hsian Yin, Fang-Chieh Lee, Wei-Hsuan Chiang.
    Summary: This book introduces classic and unique cases in 3D TEE in structural heart disease interventions. In each all the 40 cases, background information, clinical presentations, and diagnostic findings are present and followed by step-by-step approaches of interventional therapies and outcomes after the procedures. The highlight of the book is to utilize extensive illustrations, over 500, to demonstrate various cardiovascular pathologies. Most of the figures are 3D transesophageal echocardiograms, they are cooperated with 2D transesophageal echocardiograms, X rays, fluoroscopies, computed tomograms, etc. Since the echo images obtained in clinic practice are moving images, it also includes over 300 videos, which serve as a supplement to the static illustrations in this book. The atlas is organized into five chapters. In Chapters one, cases received closure of congenital and acquired cardiac defects are described. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation and its complications are discussed in Chapter two and three. Chapter four details the valve-in-valve therapy. Chapter five covers MitraClip therapy. It offers readers an insider's view of 3D transesophageal echocardiography in structural heart disease interventions and to refresh their clinical work.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Randy Ray Richardson.
    Summary: This atlas is a concise visual guide to the imaging of acquired heart disease in infants, children, and adolescents. Imaging plays an ever-increasing vital role in diagnosis, preoperative planning, and postoperative management for children with these disorders. The book reviews techniques for lowering radiation, discusses protocols for imaging in children, and provides recommendations for the most appropriate studies that decrease the time and cost of imaging these patients. Focusing on functional and anatomic imaging with an emphasis on three-dimensional color-coded models derived from CT and MR scans, this book promotes understanding of cardiovascular disorders in children, including infectious, neoplastic, and metabolic diseases. Atlas of Acquired Cardiovascular Disease Imaging in Children is a valuable resource through which cardiologists, radiologists, pediatric cardiothoracic surgeons, and residents can improve the quality and treatment of pediatric and adolescent patients with acquired heart disease. .
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Alexander Shifrin, editor.
    Summary: This book is designed to illustrate different techniques on how to perform successful adrenalectomies by using different approaches. It is written by renowned endocrine surgeons and includes techniques of adrenalectomy by using laparoscopic transperitoneal, posterior retroperitoneal, and robotic approaches. Each procedure includes right and left adrenalectomy. Chapters begin with a case description that defines the main aspect of surgery. Each picture, which is taken intraoperatively, is accompanied by corresponding drawings for easier understanding of the anatomical structures and steps of the procedure. In addition, annotated videos of procedures are available to supplement the material. The book also provides common pitfalls of the procedure in order to avoid complications and improve patient outcomes. The Atlas of Adrenal Surgery offers an indispensable source of knowledge to all surgeons, those who just started their career and those who are in the more advanced stages of their practice and are learning new techniques of adrenalectomy.

    Transabdominal laparoscopic left adrenalectomy
    Laparoscopic right adrenalectomy (transperitoneal approach)
    Laparoscopic transabdominal right adrenalectomy
    Laparoscopic transabdominal left adrenalectomy
    Right posterior retroperitoneoscopic adrenalectomy
    Left partial posterior retroperitoneoscopic adrenalectomy
    Posterior retroperitoneoscopic right cortical-sparing adrenalectomy
    Left robotic transperitoneal adrenalectomy
    Right robotic transperitoneal adrenalectomy
    Right transabdominal robotic adrenalectomy.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • S. Kim Suvarna, editor.
    Summary: This atlas leads the reader through the adult autopsy process, and its common variations, with a large number of high-quality macroscopic photographs and concise accompanying text. It provides a manual of current practice and is an easy-to-use resource for case examination for consent, medico-legal and radiological autopsies. External realities and checks are discussed at the beginning of the book, which goes on to cover specific body cavities and organ systems in detail. The book ends with chapters on topics including forensic autopsies, specialist sampling, toxicology analyses and the radiological autopsy. Atlas of Adult Autopsy is aimed at practicing pathologists, particularly those in training grades. It may also be of interest to anatomical technicians in autopsy suites, as well as parties with a legal interest in autopsy practice.

    General Considerations and Safety
    External Examination
    Thorax: Heart, Lungs, Mediastinum, and Pleura
    Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary System
    Genitourinary and Breast Tissues, Including Pregnancy
    Lymphoreticular Tissues: Lymph Node, Spleen and Thymus, Bone and Marrow
    Endocrine Glands: Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal, and Pituitary
    The Central Nervous System, with Eye and Ear
    Standard and Special Tests
    Devices: Foreign Items Encountered During the Autopsy
    The Forensic Autopsy
    The Radiological Autopsy
    Digital Access Springer 2016
  • Angelo Ghidini, Francesco Mattiolo, Sergio Bottero, Livio Presutti, editors.
    1. Anatomy of Animal Model and Comparison to Human
    2. How to Prepare an Animal Model
    3. Tracheotomy
    4. Laryngotracheoplasty (anterior and posterior cricoid split)
    5. Slide Tracheoplasty
    6. Step-by-Step Trachea Resection with End-to-End Anastomosis
    7. Step-by-Step Partial Cricotracheal Resection (PCTR)
    8. Larynx Box
    9 .Endoscopic Procedures.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • edited by Anne M. Gilroy, Brian R. MacPherson, Jamie C. Wikenheiser ; based on the work of Michael Schuenke, Erik Schulte, Udo Schumacher ; illustrations by Markus Voll, Karl Wesker.
    Summary: "An updated atlas that provides a clear, accurate, and fully illustrated guide to human anatomy"-- Provided by publisher.

    Back. 1. Surface anatomy
    2. Bones, ligaments & joints
    3. Muscles
    4. Neurovasculature
    5. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Thorax. 6. Surface anatomy
    7. Thoracic wall
    8. Thoracic cavity
    9. Mediastinum
    10. Pulmonary cavities
    11. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Abdomen. 12. Surface anatomy
    13. Abdominal wall
    14. Abdominal cavity & spaces
    15. Internal organs
    16. Neurovasculature
    17. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Pelvis & perineum. 18. Surface anatomy
    19. Bones, ligaments & muscles
    20. Spaces
    21. Internal organs
    22. Neurovasculature
    23. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Upper limb. 24. Surface anatomy
    25. Shoulder & arm
    26. Elbow & forearm
    27. Wrist & hand
    28. Neurovasculature
    29. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Lower limb. 30. Surface anatomy
    31. Hip & thigh
    32. Knee & leg
    33. Ankle & foot
    34. Neurovasculature
    35. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Head & neck. 36. Surface anatomy
    37. Neck
    38. Bones of the head
    39. Muscles of the skull & face
    40. Cranial nerves
    41. Neurovasculature of the skull & face
    42. Orbit & eye
    43. Nasal cavity & nose
    44. Temporal bone & ear
    45. Oral cavity & pharynx
    46. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
    Brain and nervous system. 47. Brain
    48. Blood vessels of the brain
    49. Functional systems
    50. Autonomic nervous system
    51. Sectional & radiographic anatomy
  • Cristian Blanco Moreno.
    Digital Access Thieme-Connect 2016
  • Tracy I. George, Daniel A. Arber, editors.
    Intro; Dedication; Series Preface; Preface; Contents; Contributors;
    1: Normal Bone Marrow; Suggested Reading;
    2: Reactive Changes; References;
    3: Post-therapy Marrow Changes; References;
    4: Constitutional, Metabolic, and Related Disorders; Suggested Reading;
    5: Bone Marrow Infections; References;
    6: Bone Marrow Lymphoma; References;
    7: Plasma Cell Neoplasms; Suggested Reading;
    8: Immunodeficiency-Associated Lymphoproliferative Disorder; Lymphoproliferative Disorders in HIV Patients; Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disorders; Iatrogenic Immunodeficiency-Related Disorders; References
    9: Lymphoblastic Leukemia/LymphomaReferences;
    10: Myelodysplastic Syndrome; References;
    11: Acute Myeloid Leukemia; References;
    12: Myeloid Proliferations of Down Syndrome; References;
    13: Acute Leukemias of Ambiguous Lineage; References;
    14: Histiocytic Disorders; References;
    15: Myeloproliferative Neoplasms and Mastocytosis; References; Suggested Reading;
    16: Myeloid and Lymphoid Neoplasms with Eosinophilia; References;
    17: Myelodysplastic/Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MDS/MPN); Suggested Reading;
    18: Metastatic Tumors in the Bone Marrow; Suggested Reading; Index
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Mario Rietjens, Mario Casales Schorr, Visnu Lohsiriwat ; forewords by Umberto Veronesi and Jean Yves Petit.
    Summary: Back Cover Text Breast reconstructive and oncoplastic surgery can reduce the sense of mutilation resulting from oncologic surgery and meets the need to provide breast cancer treatment that will not only eradicate the cancer but also re-establish the patient?s quality of life. However, the difficulties inherent in preoperative planning and the intraoperative complexity of breast reconstruction and oncoplastic techniques represent major challenges for the breast surgeon. This atlas, intended for surgeons at every level, is an all-inclusive guide that documents surgical techniques step by step by means of a wealth of more than 1000 color photos, additional high-quality drawings and illustrations, and succinct accompanying text. Both common, established procedures and the most recently introduced techniques are covered, ensuring that readers will have at their disposal multiple approaches for breast repair, remodeling, and reconstruction. In addition to the comprehensive descriptions of techniques, preoperative planning is explained, indications and contraindications are identified, and the management of surgical complications is discussed. Tips, pitfalls, and key points are highlighted. The Atlas of Breast Reconstruction is an unprecedented tool that will increase and refine the arsenal at the oncoplastic surgeon's disposal in order to ensure that the best treatment can be offered to each individual patient.

    1 Reconstruction technique for total mastectomy
    2 Reconstruction technique for partial mastectomy and other partial breast deformities.- 3 Reconstruction and correction techniques for Nipple-Areola Complex
    4 Lipofilling.- 6 Surgical correction of complications.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Diethelm Wallwiener [and eight others].
    Digital Access
    Thieme MedOne Plastic Surgery
  • Ismail Jatoi, John Benson, Hani Sbitany.
    Summary: This atlas describes various surgical techniques and incorporates both science and art into a unique transatlantic perspective for treatment of breast disease. The management of both benign and malignant disease is outlined with a detailed account of the diagnostic pathway and methods for obtaining definitive pre-operative diagnosis. All sections contain illustrations to demonstrate and clarify surgical and other practical procedures. Particular emphasis is placed on those techniques that consistently provide good cosmetic outcomes. This 2nd edition of the Atlas of Breast Surgery includes many new illustrations with important updates on innovations in surgical techniques. Many of the illustrations from the previous atlas have been preserved, with new illustrations to highlight important advances in surgical techniques since publication of the first edition. This atlas is intended as a guide for surgeons throughout the world who treat diseases of the breast, both benign and malignant. Atlas of Breast Surgery 2nd Edition serves as a valuable resource for qualified surgeons and trainees from general, plastic and gynecology backgrounds in the management of patients with all types of breast disease.

    Historical Overview of Breast Surgery
    Diagnostic Pathways
    Surgery for benign breast disorders
    Surgery for Breast Cancer
    Plastic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Martin Sonnenschein, Christian Waldherr.
    Basic Principles of Breast Tomosynthesis
    Diagnostic Criteria (Form, Margins, Pattern)
    BI-RADS and ACR
    Indications for Breast-Tomosynthesis (Densitiy, Risk factors, Localisation, Tumor Size, Margins, Multifocality)
    Screening tool and early detection
    Benigne Changes (Cysts, Fibroadenomas, Papillomas, Infection)
    Malignant Changes (MV, DCIS, LCIS)
    Postsurgical Changes (scar, fatnecrosis, radiation)
    Tomo-guided Interventions (VABB, Loc., Galactography).
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Theresa E. Rizzi, Amy Valenciano, Mary Bowles, Rick Cowell, Ronald Tyler,
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
  • edited by Mauro Moscucci ; associate editors, Mauricio G. Cohen, Stanley J. Chetcuti.
    Integrated imaging modalities in the cardiac catheterization laboratory / Michael S. Kim and Robert A. Quaife
    Complications of percutaneous coronary intervention / Mauro Moscucci
    Percutaneous vascular access : transfemoral, transseptal, apical, and transcaval approach / Michael David Dyal and Claudia A. Martinez
    Radial artery approach / Carlos Enrique Alfonso, Tejas Patel, and Mauricio G Cohen
    Cutdown approach : femoral, axillary, direct aortic, and transapical / Ross Michael Reul, Philip L. Auyang, and Michael Joseph Reardon
    Catheterization in childhood and adult congenital heart disease / Ada C. Stefanescu Schmidt, Samuel L. Casella, Michael J. Landzberg, and Diego Porras
    Pressure measurements / Mauro Moscucci and Calin V. Maniu
    Hemodynamics of tamponade, constrictive, and restrictive physiology / Yogesh N.V. Reddy, Mauro Moscucci, and Barry A Borlaug
    Pitfalls in the evaluation of hemodynamic data / Mauro Moscucci
    Coronary angiography and cardiac ventriculography / Robert N. Piana, Aaron Kugelmass, and Mauro Moscucci
    Coronary anomalies / Mauro Moscucci
    Pulmonary angiography / Kyung J. Cho
    Angiography of the aorta and peripheral arteries / Hector Tamez, Thomas M. Tu, Ruby Lo, and Duane S. Pinto
    Myocardial and coronary blood flow and metabolism / Mathew Liakos, Kiran V. Reddy, and Allen Jeremias
    Intravascular imaging / Masayasu Ikutomi, Yasuhiro Honda, Peter J. Fitzgerald, and Paul G. Yock
    Endomyocardial biopsy / Mauro Moscucci
    Percutaneous circulatory support : intra-aortic balloon counterpulsation : impella, tandem heart, and extracorporeal bypass / Carlos D. Davila, Michele Esposito, and Navin K. Kapur
    Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty / Mauro Moscucci
    Atherectomy, thrombectomy, and distal protection devices / Karim M. Al-azizi and Aaron Kugelmass
    Coronary stenting / Mauro Moscucci
    Percutaneous interventions for valvular heart disease / Hong Jun (Francisco) Yun, and Stanley J. Chetcuti
    Interventions for adult structural heart disease / Hong Jun (Francisco) Yun, and Stanley J. Chetcuti
    Peripheral interventions / Jayendrakumar S. Patel, Samir R. Kapadia and Mehdi H. Shishehbor
    Thoracic aortic endovascular repair / Arnoud Kamman, Karen M. Kim, David M. Williams, and Himanshu J. Patel
    Percutaneous epicardial techniques / Juan F. Viles-Gonzalez and Andre D'Avila.
    Digital Access Ovid 2019
  • Gianfranco Butera, Massimo Chessa, Andreas Eicken, John D. Thomson, editors.
    Summary: This atlas depicts and describes catheter-based interventions across the entire pediatric age range, from fetal life through to early adulthood, with the aim of providing an illustrated step-by-step guide that will help the reader to master these techniques and apply them in everyday practice. Clear instruction is offered on a wide range of procedures, including vascular access, fetal interventions, valve dilatation, angioplasty, stent implantation, defect closure, defect creation, valve implantation, hybrid approaches, and miscellaneous other procedures. The atlas complements the previously published handbook, Cardiac Catheterization for Congenital Heart Disease, by presenting a wealth of photographs, images, and drawings selected or designed to facilitate the planning, performance, and evaluation of diagnostic and interventional procedures in the field of congenital heart disease. It will assist in the safe, efficient performance of these procedures, in decision making, andin the recognition and treatment of complications.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Vasken Dilsizian, Jagat Narula, editors.
    Autonomic Innervation System in the Heart: Anatomy and Molecular Biology
    Neural Control of Cardiac Function in Health and Disease
    Chemistry and Biology of Radiotracers Designed to Target Changes in the Myocardial Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems as a Function of Disease or Treatment
    Neuronal Imaging in Heart Failure
    PET Imaging and Quantitation of Cardiac Innervation
    Neuronal Imaging and Reverse Remodeling
    Neuronal Imaging, Ventricular Arrhythmias, and Device Therapy in Heart Failure
    Cardiac Sympathetic Innervation and Ablation of Ventricular Tachycardia
    Dysautonomia: From the Brain Disorders to Neuropathies (including Diabetes)
    Cardiac Transplantation: Denervation, Reinnervation, and Myocardial Blood Flow.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • editors, Frank W. Sellke, Marc Ruel.
    Summary: "Get expert, step-by-step guidance on a wide variety of both open and interventional cardiac surgical techniques. Atlas of Cardiac Surgical Techniques, 2nd Edition, helps you expand your surgical repertoire and hone your skills with a vividly illustrated, easy-to-navigate text, procedural videos online, and pearls and pitfalls throughout. This revised atlas covers the surgical procedures you need to master, including minimally invasive techniques, robotic surgery, aortic dissection, and much more"--Publisher's description.

    Section 1: Basic techniques. Incisions for cardiac surgery
    Cannulation techniques for cardiopulmonary bypass
    Section 2: operations for coronary artery disease. On-pump coronary artery bypass grafting
    Off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting
    Minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting
    Hybrid coronary revascularization
    Robotic coronary artery bypass grafting
    Postinfarction ventricular septal defect
    Section 3: Operations for valvular heart disease. Surgical aortic valve replacement
    Minimally invasive aortic valve replacement
    Aortic root enlargement techniques
    Aortic valve repair techniques
    Aortic valve sparing operations
    Bentall procedure
    Surgery of the left heart valve endocarditis
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
    Ross procedure
    Repair of myxomatous degenerative mitral valve
    Mitral valve replacement
    Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery
    Robotic mitral valve surgery
    Percutaneous mitral valve repair techniques
    Tricuspid valve operations
    Section 4: Operations for aortic disease. Acute type A aortic dissection
    Aortic arch aneurysms
    Thoracoabdominal aneurysms
    Thoracic endovascular aortic repair for descending thoracic aortic and aortic arch disease
    Section 5: Miscellaneous operations. Surgery for atrial fibrillation
    Surgery for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
    Surgery for left ventricular aneurysm and remodeling
    Approaches and techniques to extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation
    Ventricular assistance and support
    Heart transplantation
    Pulmonary endarterectomy.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • Matthew J. Budoff, Stephan S. Achenbach, Harvey S. Hecht, Jagat Narula, editors.
    Historical Perspective
    Preparation, Image Acquisition and Reconstruction, and Post-Processing
    Normal Coronary Anatomy
    Coronary Artery Calcium in Primary Prevention
    Assessment of Native Coronary Artery Disease
    Imaging of High-Risk Atherosclerotic Plaques
    Coronary Stents: Evaluation and Follow-up
    Cardiac CT Before and After Bypass Graft Surgery
    Functional Significance of Coronary Stenoses Identified by CT
    The Role of Cardiac CT in the Emergency Department
    Imaging Diseases of the Aorta
    Imaging Peripheral Vasculature, Including Carotids
    Valvular Diseases and Interventions
    Role of Computed Tomography in the Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias
    Myocardial Function and Viability
    Coronary Artery Anomalies Congenital Heart Disease
    Devices and Implants
    Appropriateness Use Criteria and Guidelines for CT Use.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • editors, Cedric Lefebvre, James C. O'Neill, David M. Cline.
    Electrocardiogarphy: normal heart, acute ischemia, and chronic disease
    Principles of cardiovascular imaging
    Vascular disease
    Pediatric cardiology
  • Junzo Kigawa, Tsunehisa Kaku, Toru Sugiyama, Steven G Silverberg.
    Summary: Clear cell carcinoma (CCC) of the ovary with its unique clinical and biological features has attracted great attention, and calls for the publication of a specialized book on the subject. This is the first atlas that has narrowed its focus to CCC. Revealed here are the typical and variable histological features of CCC and related tumors. Hundreds of high-quality photographs help the reader to recognize the pathological features and clinical manifestations of CCC and to formulate diagnoses confidently and accurately. Data are based on the international central pathological review of the JGOG/GCIG3017 clinical trial in which experts around the world participated. Using a virtual slide system, interesting and significant features of CCC were discovered in the review of 652 cases. This book provides the newest information on the categorization and classification of CCC: growth patterns (papillary, tubocystic, solid, and adenofibromatous), cell types (classical hobnail and clear cell, eosinophilic, oxyphilic, and oncocytic), stromal changes (hyalinized, necrotic, hemorrhagic, lymphocytic infiltrative, luteinized, and psammomatous calcification), presence of endometriosis and atypical endometriosis, and borderline/atypical proliferative tumors. The Atlas of Clear Cell Carcinoma of the Ovary is an invaluable diagnostic resource for pathologists and gynecologic oncologists.

    Chapter 1. Introduction
    Chapter 2. Gross Pathology and Intraoperative Consultation
    Chapter 3. Typical Histopathology
    Chapter 4. Histopathologic Variations Chapter
    Chapter 5. Histopathologic Grading
    Chapter 6. Immunohistochemistry
    Chapter 7. Differential Diagnosis.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Jian-min Yao, Jing-hong Xu, editors.
    Summary: This book consists the basic theories and comprehensive skills of surgery, plastic surgery and chin surgery. The book contains more than 1900 color surgical photos, which mainly from lip and palate surgery in "Operation Smile" and the accumulation in decades of clinical practice. It briefly introduces various surgical methods of cleft lip and palate and alternative methods, procedures and steps of recommended repair surgeries by the way of pictures and graphic. It also emphasizes on describing common and practical cleft lip and palate surgery, and explores innovative surgical methods, operative techniques and key points. By means of schematic diagrams and surgical photos, various surgical procedures for cleft lip and palate are introduced. It is a useful reference book for surgeons in plastic surgery, oral surgery, cosmetic surgery and otolaryngology.

    Editorial Board of Atlas of Cleft Lip and Palate & Facial Deformity Surgery
    Compilers (Surnames Arranged in Number of Strokes)
    About the Editor
    Part I: Classification and Operation of Cleft Lip and Palate
    1: Classification of Cleft Lip and Palate
    1.1 Classification of Cleft Lip
    1.1.1 Unilateral Cleft Lip Minimal Cleft Lip (First-Degree Cleft Lip) Unilateral Incomplete Cleft Lip (Second-Degree Cleft Lip) Unilateral Complete Cleft Lip (Third-Degree Cleft Lip) 1.1.2 Bilateral Cleft Lip Type One Bilateral Cleft Lip Type Two Bilateral Cleft Lip Type Three Bilateral Cleft Lip
    1.1.3 Median Cleft Lip
    1.2 Classification of Cleft Palate
    1.2.1 Unilateral Cleft Palate Unilateral First-Degree Cleft Palate Unilateral Second-Degree Cleft Palate Unilateral Third-Degree Cleft Palate
    1.2.2 Bilateral Cleft Palate Bilateral First-Degree Cleft Palate Bilateral Second-Degree Cleft Palate Bilateral Third-Degree Cleft Palate
    Reference 2: Repair Methods for Cleft Lip and Palate
    2.1 Repair Methods for Cleft Lip
    2.1.1 Seven Surgical Method of Red Lip Reparation Z-Plasty Continuous Z-Plasty Triangular Flap Y-V Plasty Double-V Plasty Tongue-Shaped Flap Deepithelialized Flap
    2.1.2 Surgical Method of Unilateral Cleft Lip Straight Line Suture Triangular Flap Rectangular Flap Rotary Propulsion Flap
    2.1.3 Surgical Method of Bilateral Cleft Lip Triangular Flap Rectangular Flap Rotary Propulsion Flap
    2.1.4 Surgical Method of Median Cleft Lip
    2.1.5 Other Surgical Methods of Cleft Lip Surgical Principles Surgical Method of Unilateral Cleft Lip Surgical Method of Bilateral Cleft Lip Surgical Method of Median Cleft Lip Surgical Method of Cleft Lip Secondary Deformation
    2.2 Repair Methods for Cleft Palate
    2.2.1 Surgical Principles and Surgical Target Surgical Principles Design Principles Target 2.2.2 Surgical Method of Cleft Palate
    2.2.3 Selection of Surgical Method Cleft Uvula (First-Degree Cleft Palate) Second-Degree Cleft Palate Third -Degree Cleft Palate Secondary Malformation of Cleft Palate
    3: Surgical Instruments of Cleft Lip and Palate
    3.1 Surgical Instruments for Cleft Lip
    3.1.1 Cleft Lip Surgical Kit
    3.2 Surgical Instruments for Cleft Palate
    3.2.1 Cleft Palate Surgical Kit
    3.2.2 Cleft Palate Mouth Gag
    3.3 Placement and Removal of the Mouth Gag
    4: Special Suture Technique
    4.1 Suture Technique for Cleft Lip
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Yelda Özsunar, Utku Șenol, editors.
    Summary: This book presents and analyzes clinical cases of brain tumors and follows the classification provided by the WHO in 2016. After introductory chapters reviewing the international literature on the topic, the advances made in all imaging modalities (especially Magnetic Resonance and Computed Tomography) are examined. All radiological findings are supplemented with a wealth of images and brief explanations. The clinical information is given as part of the case discussion, as are the characteristics and differential diagnosis of the tumors. Radiologic-pathologic correlations round out the description of each clinical case. Intended as a quick and illustrative reference guide for radiology residents and medical students, this atlas represents the most up-to-date, practice-oriented reference book in the field of Brain Tumor Imaging.

    Part I: General Considerations in Brain Tumors
    1: Pathology, Epidemiology, and WHO Classification of Brain Tumors
    1.1 Epidemiology and Pathology of the Central Nervous System Tumors
    1.2 An Overview of the WHO Classifications of Tumors of the Central Nervous System
    1.3 Major Differences of WHO 2016 Classification
    1.4 Diagnostic Algorithm Based on the 2016 CNS Tumor Classification
    1.4.1 Diffuse Astrocytic and Oligodendroglial Tumors
    1.4.2 Medulloblastomas
    1.5 Advantages and Challenges of the 2016 CNS Tumor Classification References
    2: When and How to Use Imaging in Brain Tumors, Protocols
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 When to Use Imaging
    2.2.1 Diagnosis
    2.2.2 Preoperative Planning
    2.2.3 Intraoperative Imaging
    2.2.4 Postoperative Imaging
    2.2.5 Follow-Up Imaging Pseudoprogression Radiation Necrosis Pseudoresponse
    2.3 Evaluating Treatment Response
    2.3.1 Response Assessment in Neuro-Oncology: High-Grade Glioma (RANO-HGG)
    2.3.2 Other RANO Criteria
    2.4 Imaging Protocol
    2.4.1 Contrast Use
    2.5 Conclusion
    References 3: Pearls in Conventional Imaging Methods for Brain Tumors
    3.1 Pearl #1: As You Work to Practice and Improve Your Diagnostic and Interpretative Skills (the "What"), Seek Also to Learn About the Underlying Physics (the "How") and History of Our Specialty (the "Why")
    3.2 Pearl #2: The Process of Image Interpretation to Generate Differential Diagnoses Is Largely an Exercise in Pattern Recognition, Which in the Case of Brain Tumors, Begins with Accurate Anatomic Localization 3.3 Pearl #3: Don't Mistake Edema for Tumor-Or Tumor for Edema-On CT or T2-Weighted Images and Be Wary of Interpreting Vasogenic Edema ("Leaky BBB") Without Pathologic Enhancement ("Intact BBB")
    3.4 Pearl #4: Remember Not to Overestimate the Significance of Post-contrast Images, Which Inform Us About Blood-Brain Barrier Integrity, But Are Often Less Dispositive Than Structural Findings on CT/T2 3.5 Pearl #5: The Truest Measure of the Value of Your Radiology Report Is Whether It Guides Patient Care in the Correct Direction, Not Whether It Includes the Final Pathological Diagnosis Somewhere in the Text
    4: Diffusion, Perfusion, and PET Imaging of Brain Tumors
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Diffusion
    4.3 Perfusion
    4.4 PET Imaging
    4.4.1 Tissue Signatures Through Nosologic Imaging
    4.5 Conclusion
    5: Role of Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Clinical Management of Brain Tumors
    5.1 Introduction
    5.1.1 Basic Principles
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • [lead editor] Scott C. Sherman, MD, Associate Residency Director, Cook County Emergency Medicine Residency, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Rush Medical College ; editors, Stephen John Cico, MD, MEd, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, Fellowship Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program, Division of Emergency Pediatrics, Department of Emergency Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, Attending Physician, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Trauma Center, Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, Indiana, Erik Nordquist, MD, Assistant Program Director, Cook County Emergency Medicine Residency, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois, Christopher Ross, MD, FRCPC, FACEP, FAAEM, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Chair of Professional Education, Department of Emergency Medicine, John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois, Ernest Wang, MD, FAACEP, Alvin H. Baum Family Fund Chair of Simulation and Innovation, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Evanston, Illinois, Assistant Dean for Medical Education, Clinical Professor, Emergency Medicine, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois.
    Section A. Trauma
    Section B. Neurologic
    Section C. Ophthalmologic
    Section D. Ear, nose, throat
    Section E. Dental
    Section F. Cardiovascular
    Section G. Respiratory
    Section H. Gastrointestinal
    Section I. Genitourinary
    Section J. Obstetrics/gynecologic
    Section K. Dermatologic
    Section L. Orthopedic
    Section M. Pediatrics
    Section N. Toxicologic
    Section O. Environmental.
    Digital Access
    LWW Health Library
  • Roger N. Rosenberg, editor.
    Summary: Like its preceding editions, this atlas is an indispensable guide to the field of neurology, featuring the most clinically essential images and figures. Chapters offer insight and research written by deeply practiced, knowledgeable neurologists that is supplemented with detailed imagery, tables, algorithms, and delineative drawings. Topics covered include developmental and genetic diseases, neuroendocrine disorders, critical care neurology, cerebrovascular disease, dementias, behavioral neurology, neuro-oncology, movement disorders, epilepsy, neuromuscular diseases, infectious diseases, neuroimmunology, neurotoxic disorders, and headache. The authors also delve into specific issues currently prevalent in neuroscientific research, including Alzheimer's disease, dementia, Machado-Joseph disease, Huntington's disease, and brain scanning with PET and fMRI. The Atlas of Clinical Neurology, 4th Edition serves as a comprehensive and premier visual resource for neurologists.

    Developmental disorders
    Genetic diseases of the nervous system
    Neuroendocrine disorders
    Critical care neurology
    Cerebrovascular disease
    Behavioral neurology
    Movement disorders
    The epilepsies
    Neuromuscular disease
    Infectious diseases of the nervous system
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Carmen V. Sciortino, Jr.
    Divisions of the fungi
    Morphological growth index
    Division of fungi by type of sporulation
    Division of fungi, yeast, and bacteria by morphologic group
    Descriptions and photographs of microorganisms
    Actinomycetes, yeast (thermally monomorphic), and yeast-like organisms
    Yeast (thermally dimorphic)
    Zygomycetes (aseptate)
    Hyaline molds (septate)
    Dematiaceous fungi (septate).
    Digital Access Wiley 2017
  • Ira Hanan.
    Summary: "This atlas serves to instruct medical students, and medical and surgical housestaff on commonly encountered colonoscopic findings and disorders, by providing typical colonoscopic photographs of these conditions, along with a brief narrative description of the findings."--Preface.

    Normal and Post-Operative
    Malignant Lesions of Colon
    Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Vascular Lesions of Colon
    Miscellaneous Colon Findings
    Digital Access AccessSurgery 2014
  • Donald B. McMillan, Richard J. Harris.
    Summary: Atlas of Comparative Vertebrate Histology looks at the histology of a wide range of vertebrates, representative of all the major classes and families, with examples ranging from amphioxus to primates. The authors focus their microscope on commonly seen vertebrates as well as 'non-standard' species, such as lamprey, hagfish, dogfish, skate, rock bass, cod, river catfish, toad, amphiuma, leopard and bull frog, garter and brown snake, Coturnix quail and cowbird. The study of comparative histology in the vertebrates helps students and researchers alike understand how various groups have addressed similar problems, opening doors to interesting research possibilities. Not all vertebrates follow the mammalian model of tissue and organ structure. When dealing with unique species, we see some structures taken beyond their 'normal' function. Comparative histology allows us to understand the structural responses underlying the physiology unique to each vertebrate group.
    Digital Access ScienceDirect 2018
  • Lee L.Q. Pu, Mark L. Jewell.
    Breast augmentation with implants: inframammary approach
    Breast augmentation with implant: periareolar approach
    Breast augmentation with implant: transaxillary approach
    Breast augmentation with implant: subfascial placement
    Breast augmentation in the asian patient
    Breast augmentation with primary fat grafting
    Composite breast augmentation
    Revision breast augmentation -exchange with a different type of implant
    Revision breast augmentation: correction of implant malposition
    Revision breast augmentation: correction of implant malposition and rippling
    Revision breast augmentation: capsular contracture
    Revision breast augmentation with posterior capsular flap techniques
    Mastopexy: periareolar approach
    Mastopexy: vertical approach
    Mastopexy: inverted t approach
    Breast augmentation and mastopexy
    Breast reduction: superior pedicle technique
    Breast reduction: medial pedicle technique
    Breast reduction: inferior pedicle technique
    Breast reduction: no vertical scar
    Breast reshaping after massive weight loss
    Breast reshaping with an inferior parenchymal flap
    Correction of gynecomastia
    Correction of congenital breast asymmetry
    Transgender breast surgery (male-to-female and female-to-male).
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
  • Jacopo Nori, Maninderpal Kaur, Anat Kornecki, J. Devi Meenal, Martin J. Yaffe.
    Summary: This superbly illustrated atlas serves as a basic introduction to contrast-enhanced mammography (CEM), a breakthrough functional breast imaging modality, which is rapidly growing. This book is an essential guide for the latest developments with correlative findings, practical interpretation tips, physics, and information on how contrast mammography differs from conventional 2D and 3D Full Field of View digital mammography (FFDM). It includes: · over 1000 high-quality 2D, 3D and recombined contrast mammography images representing the spectrum of breast imaging · findings obtained in the full range of benign, pre-malignant and malignant conditions, including artefacts and postoperative changes, presented with high-quality illustrations from case examples · image interpretation tips using mammographic and DCE-MRI descriptors of the BI-RADS lexicon to effectively read and interpret this advanced imaging modality · practical tips to interpret this new modality and how it is used as an adjunct to 2D mammography · details on how integration of contrast-enhanced mammography drastically changes lesion work-up and overall workflow in the department · "imaging pearls" boxes offering interpretation tips for expert clinical guidance · a case on the recently introduced CEM guided biopsy procedure The book's target audience consists of diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, technologists and clinicians involved in the care of breast cancer patients, including surgeons and oncologists. The goal is to provide a concise introduction to CEM and to lead to enhanced interpretation and better patient staging prior to surgery.

    1. Breast CEDM Basics
    2. Benign Lesions
    3.High Risk Lesions
    4. Malignant Lesions
    5. Microcalcifications and Architectural distortions
    6. Artefacts and Pitfalls of CEDM
    7. Findings Following Intervention
    8. Index.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Tommaso Vincenzo Bartolotta, Adele Taibbi, Massimo Midiri.
    Benign Focal Liver Lesions
    Malignant Focal Liver Lesions
    Fatty Liver, Pseudolesions
    Other Rare Lesions
    Assessment of Therapy Response
    Impact of European Guidelines on CEUS.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • Stefano Boriani, Livio Presutti, Alessandro Gasbarrini, Francesco Mattioli, editors.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Alexis Salerno, Daniel J. Haase, Sarah B. Murthi, editors.
    Summary: This atlas covers the basics of ultrasound physics, provides the necessary background to successfully perform TEE and TTE procedures, and provides tips and tricks that will prove invaluable in the critical care environment. It also features an abundance of high quality photographs, illustrations and videos as well as numerous case studies to test the reader's ability to apply knowledge to real-life clinical situations. Written by experts in the field, The Atlas of Critical Care Echocardiography is a concise, visual guide designed for use by all physicians who see cardiac patients in the ICU.

    Cardiac Physiology in the ICU
    Mechanical Ventilation
    Ultrasound Physics
    Improving Image Acquisition
    Essentials of Transthoracic Echocardiography
    Essentials of Transesophageal Echocardiography
    Measurements for the ICU Patient
    Overview of the Windows
    Parasternal Long Axis
    Parasternal Short Axis
    Focused Rapid Echo Evaluation for Shock
    Overview of the Windows
    Basal Short Axis
    Four Chamber
    Transgastric Short Axis
    Focused Rapid Echo Evaluation for Shock
    The Cardiac Surgical Patient
    The Trauma Patient
    Future of Echocardiography in the ICU.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • editors, Demetrios Demetriades, Kenji Inaba and Philip D. Lumb.
    1. Endotracheal intubation, oral and nasal
    2 Percutaneous Tracheostomy
    3 Open Tracheostomy
    4 Cricothyroidotomy
    5 Bronchoscopy
    6 Chest tube placement
    7 Thoracentesis with U/S guidance
    8 Heimlich valve catheter placement
    9 ECMO cannulation and management
    10 Central line placement subclavian
    11 Internal jugular vein catheter, with and without ultrasound guidance
    12 Swan Ganz catheter placement
    13 Arterial line placement with and without ultrasound guidance
    14 Bedside IVC Filter placement
    17 Pericardiocentesis with ultrasound guidance
    18 Resuscitative Thoracotomy
    19 Intra-aortic Balloon Placement
    20 REBOA (Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta) Placement
    21 Bedside focused echocardiography (including TEE and TTE)
    22 Vascath/Dialysis catheter placement
    23 ICP monitor placement
    24 Spinal Paracentesis
    25 Epidural Catheter Analgesia
    26 Upper and Lower Extremity Compartment pressure measurement
    27 Abdominal Compartment pressure measurement (Bladder Pressures)
    28 Bedside Laparotomy/Decompression of abdominal compartment syndrome
    29 Escharotomy for Burns
    30 Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
    31 Percutaneous Gastrostomy
    32 Blakemore tube placement for esophageal varices.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Gratian Dragoslav Miclaus, Horia Ples.
    Summary: This atlas presents normal and pathologic findings observed on CT angiography with 3D reconstruction in a diverse range of clinical applications, including the imaging of cerebral, carotid, thoracic, coronary, abdominal, and peripheral vessels. The superb illustrations display the excellent anatomic detail obtained with CT angiography and depict the precise location of affected structures and lesion severity. Careful comparisons between normal imaging features and pathologic appearances will assist the reader in image interpretation and treatment planning, and the described cases include some very rare pathologies. In addition, the technical principles of the modality are clearly explained and guidance provided on imaging protocols. This atlas will be of value both to those in training and to more experienced practitioners within not only radiology but also cardiovascular surgery, neurosurgery, cardiology, and neurology.

    Cerebral Angiography
    Carotid Angiography
    Thoracic Angiography
    Coronary Angiography
    Abdominal Angiography
    Peripheral Angiography.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Joi B. Carter, Amrita Goyal, Lyn McDivitt Duncan, editors.
    Summary: The integration of clinical findings, laboratory results, and disease progression is critical for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with skin lymphoma. This atlas includes numerous clinical and histological images with diagrams, tables, and text describing each type of lymphoma in the current cutaneous classification scheme, which includes information on the recent classification scheme for cutaneous lymphoma published by the World Health Organization and the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Cutaneous Lymphoma Group. Atlas of Cutaneous Lymphomas: Classification and Differential Diagnosis includes chapters on synonyms, clinical features (presentation, prognosis, and treatment), laboratory findings (histopathology, immunophenotype, and molecular), differential diagnosis, and presentation of clinical cases for each diagnostic entity. In addition, chapters are included on T-cell lymphomas, B-cell lymphomas, ancillary techniques including immunohistochemistry and molecular tests, and a glossary of terms. This book will help clarify the classification of cutaneous lymphoma and will serve as a useful tool for physicians involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cutaneous lymphoma.

    History and Genesis of the EORTC/WHO Lymphoma classification
    Beyond the routine processing: immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization and genetic analysis
    Mycosis fungoides
    MF variants and subtypes
    Folliculotropic MF
    Pagetoid reticulosis
    Granulomatous slack skin
    Sézary syndrome
    Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma
    Primary cutaneous CD30+ lymphoproliferative disorders
    Primary cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma
    Lymphomatoid papulosis
    Subcutaneous panniculitis-like T-cell lymphoma
    Extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma, nasal type
    Primary cutaneous peripheral T-cell lymphoma, rare subtypes
    Primary cutaneous CD8-positive aggressive epidermotropic cytotoxic T-cell lymphoma
    Primary cutaneous gamma-delta T-cell lymphoma
    Primary cutaneous CD4-positive small/medium T-cell lymphoma
    Extranodal marginal zone lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT)
    Primary cutaneous follicle centre lymphoma
    Primary cutaneous diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, leg type
    Intravascular large B-cell lymphoma
    Blastic Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cell Neoplasm
    Clinical mimics of T cell lymphomas
    Clinical mimics of B cell lymphomas
    Histopathologic mimics of cutaneous T cell lymphoma
    Histopathologic mimics of cutaneous B cell lymphoma
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • authors, Christopher J. VandenBussche, Erika F. Rodriguez, Derek B. Allison, M. Lisa Zhang
    Summary: "The challenges of cytopathology are difficult to capture in a textbook; in reality, most melanoma cells do not contain pigment, air-drying artifacts alter cytomorphology, and benign respiratory cells may obscure lung carcinoma cells. Specimens of borderline adequacy leave one to question whether a definitive diagnosis can be made. Most cytopathology textbooks present us with ideal cells-the best cells photographed from the best specimens. In reality, these ideal cells may not be seen, nor are they required for a proper diagnosis. In many instances, ideal cells may even be insufficient for a diagnosis if not seen in a particular pattern or context. This atlas presents more than 1500 representative high-quality images. Rather than focus on obscure diagnoses, numerous images from frequently seen diagnoses are included to cover the different preparations, artifacts, and limitations seen during a cytopathology sign out. The most commonly encountered pitfalls are also provided, as well as advice on when and how to hedge"-- Provided by publisher

    Fine-needle aspiration of the thyroid
    Salivary gland and cervical lymph nodes
    Serous effusion cytopathology
    Urinary tract
    Gynecologic tract cytopathology
    Specimen preparation and adequacy
    Digital Access Ovid 2020
  • Ritu Nayar, Xiaoqi Lin, Ajit S. Paintal, Ramona Gupta, Albert A. Nemcek Jr., editors.
    Summary: The diagnostic services, pathology and radiology, are the cornerstone for supporting the delivery of high-quality healthcare by providing timely and accurate diagnosis. In this era of precision medicine, it has become increasingly important for these two services to work collaboratively in supporting patients and clinical colleagues by informing and communicating the selection and interpretation of appropriate diagnostic tests, as well as obtaining adequate tissue for diagnosis, prognostication, and therapy at initial presentation and, if required, during disease progression/relapse. This book is aimed at practicing cytopathologists and interventional radiologists as well as trainees in these areas. An essential requirement in the accurate diagnosis of these mass lesion biopsies is the correlation of cytomorphology with the radiological findings and adequate triage of acquired material during the biopsy procedure. The cytologic findings, gross surgically resected specimens, and imaging findings are illustrated to provide a complete pathologic-radiologic correlation of the entities discussed. This Atlas of Cytopathology and Radiology serves as a useful guide for pathologists and radiologists in the appropriate triage and diagnosis of deep seated mass lesions biopsied under ultrasound, CT Scan or fluoroscopic guidance.

    An Introduction to Radiology and Cytopathology Considerations in a Collaborative Biopsy Service
    Lungs, Mediastinum, and Pleura
    Lymph Nodes and Spleen
    Kidney, Adrenal Gland, and Paraganglia
    Pelvis, Peritoneum, and Omentum
    Esophagus, Gastrointestinal Tract, and Pancreas
    Thyroid, Parathyroid, Head, and Neck
    Salivary Glands
    Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
    The Breast.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • Alice Brandão, Claudio Peixoto Crispi, Marco Aurelio Pinho Oliveira.
    Digital Access Springer 2018
  • Antigoni Delantoni, Kaan Orhan, editors.
    Summary: This atlas is a detailed and complete guide on imaging of the dentomaxillofacial region, a region of high interest to a wide range of specialists. A large number of injuries and patient's treatment involve the facial skeleton. Enriched by radiographic images and illustrations, this book explores the anatomy of this region presenting its imaging characteristics through the most commonly available techniques (MDCT, CBCT, MRI and US). In addition, two special chapters on angiography and micro-CT expand the limits of dentomaxillofacial imaging. This comprehensive book will be an invaluable tool for radiologists, dentists, surgeons and ENT specialists in their training and daily practice.

    Chapter 1) Introduction to Dentomaxillofacial Imaging
    Chapter 2) Basic Principles of Intraoral Radiography
    Chapter 3) Intraoral Radiographic Anatomy
    Chapter 4Basic Principles of Panoramic Radiography
    Chapter 5) Panoramic Radiographic Anatomy
    Chapter 6) Cephalometric Radiography
    Chapter 7) Basic Principles of Computer Tomography (MDCT/CBCT). The Use of MDCT and CBCT in Dentomaxillofacial Imaging
    Chapter 8) CBCT Anatomical Imaging
    Chapter 9) MDCT Soft Tissue Anatomy
    Chapter 10) Dentomaxillofacial Ultrasonography: Basic Principles and Radiographic Anatomy
    Chapter 11) Basics of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
    Chapter 12) MRI Anatomy
    Chapter 13) Principles of Maxillofacial Angiography
    Chapter 14) Imaging of the Most Common Dental Pathologies
    Chapter 15) Micro CT.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Jane Tomimori, Walmar Roncalli Pereira de Oliveira, Carla Ferrándiz-Pulido, Marilia Marufuji Ogawa, editors.
    Summary: The number of solid organ transplant recipients is increasing worldwide every year, which has meant a significant improvement of recipients survival and quality of life. To prevent graft rejection, patients require long-term immunosuppression, which is responsible for their increased risk of neoplastic and infectious diseases. This practical and concise atlas presents the most important dermatoses in solid organ transplant recipients. Providing a guide to diagnosis and appropriate therapy, it helps dermatologists, general practitioners and physicians manage the dermatoses found in organ transplant recipients. The first three chapters discuss immunosuppressive regimens and the prevalence of dermatoses, while the other chapters approach the main diseases didactically, providing a large number of illustrations.

    1. Immunosuppression and solid organ transplantation
    2. Overview of dermatological diseases after transplantation
    3. Cutaneous side effects of immunosuppressive drugs other than neoplasms
    4. Viral Diseases
    5. Bacterial diseases
    6. Mycobacterial diseases
    7. Superficial fungal diseases
    8. Deep Fungal diseases
    9. Parasitic diseases
    10. Sexually transmitted infections
    11. Precancerous manifestations
    12. Squamous cell carcinoma
    13. Basal cell carcinoma
    14. Melanoma
    15. Kaposi sarcoma
    16. Lymphoproliferative diseases
    17. Other rare cancers.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Claudia M.Y.A. Donkor, Jeannette Aryee-Boi, Itohan Roseline Osazuwa, Francis Kwame Afflu, Andrew F. Alexis.
    Summary: This book presents the nuances of dermatology from the African diaspora and the tropics. It not only addresses the dark pigmentation of the patient's skin and the occurrence of tropical infections, but also the socioeconomic conditions which lead to unique features and the development of skin diseases. Chapters present numerous dermatological cases, with clear/relevant pictures, to serve as illustration of how skin conditions present in African/dark skin. Of these specific conditions, the book includes chapters on eczema, bullous diseases, hair disorders, acne, and papulosquamous disorders. Additionally, chapters address emotionally sensitive and socioeconomic-related issues such as skin bleaching and dermatological manifestations of HIV/AIDS, an infectious condition that disproportionately affects those residing in sub-Saharan Africa. Expertly written text is supplemented by hundreds of high-quality, real patient photos. Written by doctors living and treating patients in the tropical environment of Africa, Atlas of Dermatological Conditions in Populations of African Ancestry is an essential tool in broadening the scope of care for professionals and residents in dermatology alike.

    1. Eczema.-2. Allergies
    3. Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus and Scleroderma
    4. Bullous Diseases
    5. Acne
    6. Disorders of Pigmentation: Hyperpigmentation
    7. Disorders of Pigmentation: Hypopigmentation
    8. Skin Bleaching
    9. Hair Disorders
    10. Papulosquamous Disorders
    11. Infections
    12. Infestations
    13. STI
    14. HIV/AIDS and Related Dermatoses
    15. Benign Tumors
    16. Hypertrophic Scars and Keloids
    17. Nevi
    18. Malignancies
    19. Other interesting Conditions.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Adriana Motta, Luis Fernando González, Gonzalo García, Jennifer Guzmán, Lorena Prada, Hugo Herrera, Mariam Rolon.
    Summary: Dermatology is the science responsible for the study of the skin, mucous membranes (oral and genital) and cutaneous appendages, while dermatopathology focuses on its microscopic study. Although the two fields are closely related, in many cases the identification of dermatological diseases is mainly clinical and depends on the physicians ability and experience. The purpose of this atlas, which collects over 900 clinical and histological photographs in high resolution, is to illustrate and describe the most frequent skin diseases on the basis of clinical cases. Offering a complete guide to the etiology, epidemiology, clinical features, histologic findings and diagnosis of the main skin diseases divided into three subgroups (inflammatory, infectious, or tumoral), it represents an invaluable resource for all medical students, residents, clinicians, and investigators learning dermatology.

    I. Inflammatory Skin Diseases
    Chapter 1. Papulosquamous and eczematous dermatoses
    Chapter 2. Other papular, erythematous and scaly diseases
    Chapter 3. Inflammatory diseases of pilose follicle
    Chapter 4. Inflammatory diseases of the sebaceous and apocrine glands
    Chapter 5. Inflammatory skin diseases induced by drugs
    Chapter 6. Inflammatory diseases of the blood vessels with cutaneous involvement
    Chapter 7. Inflammatory diseases affecting melanocytes
    Chapter 8. Bullous vesicular inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 9. Inflammatory skin diseases presented as erythema, urticaria and purpura
    Chapter 10. Inflammatory connective tissue diseases
    Chapter 11. Granulomatous inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 12. Inflammatory diseases induced by ultraviolet radiation. Chapter 13. Neutrophilic and eosinophilic inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 14. Inflammatory diseases of subcutaneous cell tissue
    II. Infectious Skin Diseases
    Chapter 15. Bacterial infections
    Chapter 16. Mycobacterial Infections
    Chapter 17. Fungal infections
    Chapter 18. Virus infections
    Chapter 19. Sexually transmitted diseases
    Chapter 20. Infections by parasites
    III. Neoplastic Skin Diseases
    Chapter 21. Benign neoplasms
    Chapter 22. Skin adnexal neoplasms
    Chapter 23. Muscle, adipose tissue and cartilaginous neoplasms
    Chapter 24. Vascular malformations
    Chapter 25. Fibrous and fibrohystiocytic proliferations of skin and tendons
    Chapter 26. Congenital melanocytic nevus and acquired
    Chapter 27. Neural and neuroendocrine neoplasms
    Chapter 28. Disorders of cells of langerhans and macrophages
    Chapter 29. Malignant neoplasms
    Chapter 30. Other lymphoproliferative disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • edited by Bruce Smoller, Nooshin Bagherani.
    Springer Nature Living Reference.
    Summary: Bringing together thousands of the best dermatologic clinical and pathological photographs and figures from researchers and scientists around the world, this volume focuses on the most prevalent dermatologic disorders as they relate to cutaneous anatomy, general dermatologic concepts, and biology and inherited disorders. It includes atypical presentations of various disorders, giving insight into differential diagnoses, helping to familiarize the reader with some of the rarest dermatologic disorders. Global Atlas of Dermatology, Dermatopathology and Venereology Volume 1 is written for dermatologists, dermatopathologists, and residents and summarizes data regarding any dermatologic disorder and syndrome. Each entry includes an introduction, clinical and pathological manifestations, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and treatment and prognosis.
    Digital Access Springer Live 2020-
    Continuously updated edition
  • [edited by] David E. Elder, Rosalie Elenitsas, Adam I. Rubin, Michael Ioffreda, Jeffrey Miller, O. Fred Miller III, Sook Jung Yun.
    Summary: "In this new edition, as in its predecessors, we have extensively updated the text, based on review of the recent literature, and also on material from the latest (11th) edition of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin. We have added more extensive discussion of several diseases that were either not covered or only briefly mentioned with little or no elaboration in the earlier editions, and have added current references to the literature. We have added multiple new images including clinical images of conditions that were not formerly illustrated. These are original digital images of high quality. As in the last edition, the histopathologic images have been prepared from digital slides and the quality is state of the art, especially noticeable in the low-power images. These images are to be provided online for the reader's convenience. We have continued the use of arrows and labels on the photomicrographs, adapted from the style used in Sara Edward's excellent book Essential Dermatopathology. In addition, we have continued the practice of using tables to summarize the most salient diagnostic features of potential "look-alike" diseases"-- Provided by publisher.

    Disorders Mostly Limited to the Epidermis and Stratum Corneum
    Localized Superficial Epidermal or Melanocytic Proliferations
    Disorders of the Superficial Cutaneous Reactive Unit
    Acantholytic, Vesicular, and Pustular Disorders
    Perivascular, Diffuse, and Granulomatous Infiltrates of the Reticular Dermis
    Tumors and Cysts of the Dermis & Subcutis
    Inflammatory and Other Benign Disorders of Skin Appendages
    Disorders of the Subcutis
    Digital Access Ovid 2021
  • [edited by] Mohamed Salama, Julie Teruya-Feldstein, Marina Kremyanskaya.
    Summary: "Ideal as a quick, easy-to-use reference in the laboratory or clinical setting, Atlas of Diagnostic Hematology is an abundantly illustrated guide to the vast range of malignant and non-malignant disorders of the blood. More than 1,200 vibrant, full-color images enable you to identify and compare the unique clinical and histologic features of various blood disorders and confidently reach a diagnosis. Coverage includes photos of actual cases that span the entire range of this complex field, including rare conditions and difficult diagnoses"--Publisher's description.

    Normal hematopoiesis and blood cell maturation
    Growth factors
    Hypochromic and hemolytic anemias
    Megaloblastic anemia
    Myeloproliferative neoplasms
    Mast cell and non-myeloproliferative myeloid neoplasms
    Myelodysplastic syndromes
    Acute myeloid leukemia
    Precursor lymphoid neoplasms
    B-cell chronic lymphoid leukemias
    Hodgkin lymphoma
    Indolent and aggressive B-cell lymphoma
    Indolent and aggressive mature T-cell and natural killer-cell lymphomas
    Myeloma and related conditions
    Childhood hematopoietic disorders
    Posttransplant lymphoproliferative disorders and immunodeficiency
    Infectious processes in blood and bone marrow
    Transfusion medicine and cellular therapy.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2021
  • Guoguang Fan.
    Summary: Aiming to equip readers with the knowledge required for accurate and timely diagnosis, this book presents illustrative cases that address a broad spectrum of clinical problems, including frequent, uncommon and rare diseases of brain, head and neck, spine, musculoskeletal system, chest and abdomen. To make readers understand easily, tips in differential diagnosis are summarized in the table, accompanying with typical images and key teaching points. It will be a valuable resource for diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, and related clinical doctors.

    Characteristic of Brain MRI
    Brain Diseases
    Cerebrovascular and Infectious Diseases
    Ventricular and Cerebral Cistern Diseases
    Meningeal and Skull Diseases
    Skull Base Disease
    Eyelid and Eye Diseases
    Ear Diseases
    Paranasal Sinus and Nasal Cavity Disease
    Laryngeal Disease
    Spine Diseases
    Spinal Cord Diseases
    Bone and Bone Marrow Disease
    Joint and Soft Tissue Disease
    Respiratory Diseases
    Cardiac Vascular Diseases
    Benign and Malignant Breast Tumor
    Digestive Diseases
    Urinary System Diseases
    Reproductive System Diseases.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Guoguang Fan.
    Summary: Aiming to equip readers with the knowledge required for accurate and timely diagnosis, this book presents illustrative cases that address a broad spectrum of clinical problems, including frequent, uncommon and rare diseases of brain, head and neck, spine, musculoskeletal system, chest and abdomen. To make readers understand easily, tips in differential diagnosis are summarized in the table, accompanying with typical images and key teaching points. It will be a valuable resource for diagnostic radiologists, residents, fellows, and related clinical doctors.

    Characteristic of Brain CT
    Brain Diseases
    Cerebrovascular and Infectious Diseases
    Ventricular and Cerebral Cistern Diseases
    Meningeal and Skull Diseases
    Skull Base Disease
    Eyelid and Eye Diseases
    Ear Diseases
    Paranasal Sinus and Nasal Cavity Disease
    Laryngeal Disease
    Spine Diseases
    Spinal Cord Diseases
    Bone and Bone Marrow Disease
    Joint and Soft Tissue Disease
    Respiratory Diseases
    Cardiac Vascular Diseases
    Benign and Malignant Breast Tumor
    Digestive Diseases
    Urinary System Diseases
    Reproductive System Diseases.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Puay Hoon Tan, Aysegul A. Sahin.
    Summary: This atlas illustrates the range of breast lesions and their differential diagnoses, with pictorial correlation of gross and microscopic features. Where relevant, radiological images are incorporated. A description of normal, developmental and physiological breast morphology will serves as introduction to the main content of this atlas. Classification of tumors is based on the latest World Health Organisation Classification of Tumors of the Breast, 4th edition, 2012. As immunohistochemistry is a key adjunctive platform in the workup of breast lesions as well as used in prognostic evaluation of breast cancers, appropriate examples are interspersed. Molecular tools used in corroborating diagnoses and a discussion of therapy related changes are included.

    Normal Breast and Physiological Changes
    Developmental, Reactive, and Inflammatory Conditions
    Fibroepithelial Lesions
    Papillary Lesions
    Benign Sclerosing Lesions
    Mucinous Lesions
    Apocrine Lesions
    Vascular Lesions
    Intraductal Proliferative Lesions
    Lobular Lesions (Lobular Neoplasia, Invasive Lobular Carcinoma)
    Spindle Cell Lesions
    Invasive Carcinoma
    Nipple Lesions
    Male Breast Lesions
    Treatment-Related Changes.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Anirudha Rohit Podder, Jyothi G. Seshadri.
    Summary: Covering various difficult surgeries encountered in daily gynecological practice and providing unique insights into operative gynecology, this atlas offers an essential learning guide for gynecologists. Standard gynecological surgeries may turn out to be extremely complex on the operating table; this atlas demonstrates how the operating gynecologist can manage such procedures successfully without causing any injuries. For each surgery, it includes a series of color photographs accompanied by descriptive step by step notes, explaining to the readers the surgical steps and the problems that might occur if the dissection is not performed correctly. Helping readers understand and visualize the textbook descriptions of gynecological surgeries, the atlas offers a valuable resource for postgraduate students and fellows of obstetrics and gynecology, as well as senior practicing gynecologists, urologists and surgeons.
    Digital Access Springer 2020
  • editors: Giorgia Dalpiaz & Alessandra Cancellieri.
    Secondary Lobule
    Thinking through Pathology
    Elementary Lesions
    How to approach the Diseases
    Key HRCT Patterns
    Septal Pattern
    Fibrosing Pattern
    Nodular Pattern
    Alveolar Pattern
    Cystic Pattern
    Dark Lung Pattern
    Septal Diseases
    Fibrosing Diseases
    Nodular Diseases
    Alveolar Diseases
    Cystic Diseases
    Dark Lung Diseases
    Case-Based Glossary with Tips & Tricks.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Pinghong Zhou, Liqing Yao, Xinyu Qin, editors.
    Diagnostic Techniques in Gastrointestinal Disease
    Device and Equipment for Endoscopic Therapy
    Endoscopic Mucosal Resection (EMR)
    Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection (ESD)
    Endoscopic Resection for Submucosal Tumors
    Tunnel Endoscopic Surgery.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Francisco del Piñal ; illustrated by Max Crespi.
    Prolegomena : some initial thoughts and facts
    Some dos and don'ts relating to approach and management
    Arthroscopy : some dos and don'ts
    The die-punch
    Management of an anterior sunken fragment
    Management of small fragments
    Volar shear fractures
    Free osteochondral fragment
    Rim fractures
    Ligamentous injuries
    Comminuted metaphyseal-diaphyseal fractures
    Ulnar fractures
    Management of explosion-type fractures : case one
    Management of explosion-type fractures : case two
    Management of explosion-type fractures : case three
    Extra-articular distal radius fracture malunions : arthroscopic tips and tricks
    Intra-articular malunion : basic concepts
    Intra-articular malunion : jammed fragments in the metaphysis
    Intra-articular malunion : complex intra-articular malunion
    Intra-and extra-articular malunion
    Intra-articular malunion : a (painful) case
    Corollary : plates are not the panacea.
    Digital Access
    Thieme MedOne Plastic Surgery
  • Frieder Berr, Tsuneo Oyama, Thierry Ponchon, Naohisa Yahagi, editors.
    Summary: This volume defines procedural requirements and strategies for the detection and endoscopic assessment of small and minute early cancers as well as endoscopic and high-resolution endosonographic criteria for submucosal invasiveness.
    Digital Access Springer 2019
  • Maryam Moradian, Azin Alizadehasl, editors.
    Summary: This atlas provides a practical guide to the diagnosis of congenital heart disease using echocardiography in both adults and children. A plethora of high-quality echocardiography images provide practical examples of how to diagnose a range of conditions correctly, including aortic stenosis, tricuspid atresia, coronary artery fistula and hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Atlas of Echocardiography in Pediatrics and Congenital Heart Diseases describes the diagnostic management of a range of congenital heart diseases successfully in both adults and children. Therefore it provides a valuable resource for both practicing cardiologists who regularly treat these patients and for trainees looking to develop their diagnostic skills using echocardiography.

    Atrial septal defect
    Atrioventricular septal defect
    Ventricular septal defect
    Patent ductus arteriosus(PDA)
    Aortopulmonary Window.-Anomalous left coronary artery from pulmonary artery
    Coronary Artery Fistula
    Aortic-left ventricle defect (tunnel)
    Cranial arteriovenous malformation (cranial AV malformation)
    Malposition of Septum Primum
    Anomalous pulmonary venous connection (total and partial)
    Cortriatriatum sinister
    Scimitar syndrome
    Persistent left superior vena cava
    Interrupted Inferior vena cava
    Tetralogy of Fallot
    Tetralogy of Fallot, absent pulmonary valve
    Ebstein's malformation of tricuspid valve
    Tricuspid Atresia
    Congenital dysplasia of the tricuspid valve
    Uhl anomaly
    Pulmonary valve stenosis
    Critical pulmonary stenosis
    Double-Chambered Right Ventricle
    Supravalvar Pulmonary stenosis & peripheral pulmonary stenosis
    Pulmonary valve atresia/intact ventricular septum
    Pulmonary valve atresia /ventricular septal defect (or Tetralogy of Fallot and pulmonary valve atresia)
    Double outlet right ventricle
    Persistent truncus arteriosus
    Congenital Mitral valve anomalies
    Congenitally corrected transposition of great arteries (CCTGA)
    Transposition of great arteries (d-TGA/DTGA)
    Aortic Stenosis
    Coarctation of Aorta
    Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome
    Kawasaki disease
    Pericardial diseases.
    Digital Access Springer 2021
  • Dirk-André Clevert, Mirko D'Onofrio, Emilio Quaia, editors.
    Summary: With the aid of an extensive series of high-quality images, this atlas describes all the potential applications of elastosonography in routine clinical practice. After a brief introduction on technical and physical aspects, the diagnostic benefits of elastosonography in a range of settings are illustrated with the aid of numerous representative cases. The coverage encompasses pathologies of the liver, spleen, pancreas, kidney, breast, thyroid, testis, musculoskeletal system, and vascular system. In addition, helpful correlations with imaging appearances on ultrasound and computed tomography are included. Elastosonography is a powerful, relatively new diagnostic technique that assesses the elasticity of tissues as an indicator of malignancy. Readers will find this book to be an excellent aid to use and interpretation of the technique.

    Introduction: Technical and Physical Aspects; Method, References
    Clinical applications
    Liver and spleen
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • Andrea Celli, Luigi Celli.
    Summary: This richly illustrated atlas is entirely devoted to the most modern surgical techniques of the elbow, offering a comprehensive, step-by-step and detailed examination of all the technical aspects of the surgical exposure of this joint. With the help of over 100 original drawings and photographs, it offers readers a unique understanding of elbow anatomy and surgical approaches, providing precise indications and surgical timing for clinical practice. An entire section focuses on the surgical management of the most common diseases of the elbow: the surgical exposures are related to pathologies affecting the lateral medial, anterior and posterior compartments of the elbow. This atlas will be of great value both to trainees and to specialists who manage disorders of the elbow, including orthopedic surgeons, traumatologists, and sports physicians, as well as anatomists.

    9. SELECTED LATERAL EXPOSURES: Posterior interosseous nerve entrapment and compression neuropathy
    10. SELECTED LATERAL EXPOSURES: Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
    11. SELECTED LATERAL EXPOSURES: Radial head fractures
    12. SELECTED LATERAL EXPOSURES: Lateral ulnar collateral ligament lesion
    13. SELECTED LATERAL EXPOSURES: Extrinsic post-traumatic stiff elbow: lateral limited approach (column approach)
    14. SELECTED MEDIAL EXPOSURES: Medial collateral ligament reconstruction
    15. SELECTED MEDIAL EXPOSURES: Extrinsic post-traumatic stiff elbow: limited medial approach
    16. SELECTED MEDIAL EXPOSURES: Medial epicondylitis
    17. SELECTED MEDIAL EXPOSURES: Ulnar nerve entrapment
    18. SELECTED MEDIAL EXPOSURES: Coronoid fracture in complex elbow instability
    19. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: Primary osteoarthritis
    20. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: Snapping of the medial head of the triceps tendon
    21. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: Monteggia lesions
    22. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: Longitudinal instability of the forearm
    23. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: post-traumatic proximal radioulnar synostosis
    24. SELECTED POSTERIOR EXPOSURES: Distal triceps tendon rupture
    25. SELECTED ANTERIOR EXPOSURES: Distal biceps tendon ruptures
    26. SELECTED ANTERIOR EXPOSURES: Neurological disorders: elbow and forearm contractures
    27. SELECTED ANTERIOR EXPOSURES: Compression of the lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm
    28. SELECTED ANTERIOR EXPOSURES: median nerve entrapment.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • Michael N. Patlas, Douglas S. Katz, Mariano Scaglione, editors.
    Summary: This reference work provides a comprehensive and modern approach to the imaging of numerous non-traumatic and traumatic emergency conditions affecting the human body. It reviews the latest imaging techniques, related clinical literature, and appropriateness criteria/guidelines, while also discussing current controversies in the imaging of acutely ill patients. The first chapters outline an evidence-based approach to imaging interpretation for patients with acute non-traumatic and traumatic conditions, explain the role of Artificial Intelligence in emergency radiology, and offer guidance on when to consult an interventional radiologist in vascular as well as non-vascular emergencies. The next chapters describe specific applications of Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, radiography, Multi-Detector Computed Tomography (MDCT), and Dual-Energy Computed Tomography for the imaging of common and less common acute brain, spine, thoracic, abdominal, pelvic and musculoskeletal conditions, including the unique challenges of imaging pregnant, bariatric and pediatric patients. Written by a group of leading North American and European Emergency and Trauma Radiology experts, this book will be of value to emergency and general radiologists, to emergency department physicians and related personnel, to obstetricians and gynecologists, to general and trauma surgeons, as well as trainees in all of these specialties.

    Emergency and Trauma Imaging
    Role of Artificial Intelligence in Emergency Radiology
    Vascular Emergencies
    Non-vascular Emergencies
    Imaging of Traumatic Brain Injury
    Imaging of Skull Base Fractures and Complications
    Imaging of Midfacial and Orbital Trauma
    Stroke Imaging
    Imaging of Intracranial Hemorrhage
    Imaging of Brain Infections.
    Digital Access Springer 2022
  • editors, Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow, R. Jason Thurman.
    Head and facial trauma / David W. Munter
    Ophthalmic conditions / Frank Birinyi, Thomas F. Mauger, and Andrew Hendershot
    Funduscopic findings / David Effron, Beverly C. Forcier, and Richard E. Wyszynski
    Ophthalmic conditions / Christopher S. Weaver and Kevin J. Knoop
    Ear, nose, and throat conditions / Edward C. Jauch, David R. White, and Kevin J. Knoop
    Oral conditions / Edward C. Jauch and James W. Howell
    Chest and abdomen / Stephen W. Corbett, Lawrence B. Stack, and Kevin J. Knoop
    Urologic conditions / Jeffery D. Bondesson
    Sexually transmitted infections and anorectal conditions / Suzanne Dooley-Hash and Brian R. Sharp
    Gynecologic and obstetric conditions / Suzanne Dooley-Hash, Sean A. Lisse, and Kevin J. Knoop
    Extremity trauma / Neha P. Raukar, George J. Raukar, and Daniel L. Savitt
    Extremity conditions / Robert J. Tubbs, Daniel L. Savitt, and Selim Suner
    Cutaneous conditions / J. Matthew Hardin
    Pediatric conditions / Brad Sobolewski, Matthew R. Mittiga, Javier A. Gonzalez del Rey.
    Digital Access
    AccessEmergency Medicine
  • editors, Kevin J. Knoop, Lawrence B. Stack, Alan B. Storrow, R. Jason Thurman.
    Summary: "Emergency care is defined by time and the emergency department is the most diverse melting pot of acute conditions in the hospital. Diagnostic accuracy, prognostic prediction, and the treatment pathways rely heavily on visual clues. We desire to maximize this skill for the benefit of our patients. We also strongly believe the visual experience, while sometimes downplayed within the hectic and time-pressured environment of modern medicine, is critical to ideal education. Images can teach faster and with greater impact than many pages of text or hours of lecture. We continue our pursuit of these goals with a substantially updated, expanded, and improved fifth edition of The Atlas of Emergency Medicine. Nearly all of our changes and additions come from reader suggestions and criticisms, all received with sincere gratitude. The audience for this text is all who provide emergency medical care, including clinicians, educators, residents, nurses, prehospital caregivers, and medical students. Many have also found it extremely useful as a review for written board examinations containing pictorial questions. Other healthcare workers, such as internists, family physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants will find the Atlas a useful guide in identifying and treating many acute conditions, where visual clues significantly guide, improve, and expedite diagnosis as well as treatment"-- Provided by publisher.

    Head and facial trauma
    Ophthalmic conditions
    Funduscopic findings
    Ophthalmic trauma
    Ear, nose, and throat conditions
    Oral conditions
    Chest and abdomen
    Urologic conditions
    Sexually transmitted infections and anorectal conditions
    Gynecologic and obstetric conditions
    Extremity trauma
    Extremity conditions
    Cutaneous conditions
    Pediatric conditions
    Child abuse
    Environmental conditions
    Toxicological conditions
    Wounds and soft-tissue injuries
    Clinical forensic medicine
    HIV conditions
    Tropical medicine
    ECG abnormalities
    Emergency ultrasound
    Microscopic findings and bodily fluids
    Rheumatologic conditions
    Mental health conditions.
    Digital Access
    AccessEmergency Medicine
  • [edited by] Jamie Ullman, P.B. Raksin ; medical illustrator, Jennifer Pryll.
    Surgery for epidural and subdural hematomas / Shelly D. Timmons
    Chronic subdural hematomas / Branko Skorvlj, Jonathan Rasouli, A. Stewart Levy, P.B. Raksin, and Jamie S. Ullman
    Surgery for cerebral contusions of the frontal and temporal lobes, including lobar resections / Pal S. Randhawa and Craig Rabb
    Decompressive craniectomy for intracranial hypertension and stroke, including bone flap storage in abdominal fat layer / Roberto Rey-Dios and Domenic P. Esposito
    Surgery for cerebellar stroke and suboccipital trauma / Faiz U. Ahmad and Ross Bullock
    Elevation of depressed skull fractures / Anand Veeravagu, Bowen Jiang, and Odette A. Harris
    Invasive neuromonitoring techniques / Mathieu Laroche, Michael C. Huang, and Geoffrey T. Manley
    Surgical debridement of penetrating injuries / Roland A. Torres and P.B. Raksin
    Management of traumatic neurovascular injuries / Boyd F. Richards and Mark R. Harrigan
    Management of venous sinus injuries / Laurence Davidson and Rocco A. Armonda
    Application of closed spinal traction / Nirit Weiss
    Emergency management of odontoid fractures / Sanjay Yadla, Benjamin M. Zussman, and James S. Harrop
    Cervical burst fractures / Teresa S. Purzner, Games G. Purzner, and Michael G. Fehlings
    Cervical facet dislocation / Daniel Resnick and Casey Madura
    Classification and treatment of thoracic fractures / Joseph Hsieh, Doniel Drazin, Michael Turner, Ali Shirzadi, Kee Kim, and J. Patrick Johnson
    Thoracolumbar fractures / Michael Y. Wang and Brian Hood
    Spinal epidural compression / Asha Iyer and Arthur Jenkins
    Treatment of acute cauda equina syndrome / Harel Deutsch
    Removal of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhages / Justin Mascitelli, Yakov Gologorsky, and Joshua Bederson
    Surgery for acute intracranial infection / P.B. Raksin
    Ventricular shunt malfunction / Sergey Abeshaus, Samuel R. Browd, and Richard G. Ellenbogen
    Pituitary apoplexy / Kalmon D. Post and Soriaya Motivala
    Combat cranial operations / Leon E. Moores
    Combat-associated penetrating spine injury / Corey M. Mossop, Christopher J. Neal, Michael K. Rosner, and Paul Klimo Jr
    Replacement of cranial bone flap / Jamie S. Ullman
    Techniques of alloplastic cranioplasty / Erin N. Kiehna and John A. Jane Jr
    Surgery for frontal sinus injuries / Abilash Haridas and Peter J. Taub
    Special considerations in the surgical management of pediatric traumatic brain injury / Anthony Figaji and P. David Adelson
    Special considerations in pediatric cervical spine injury / Paul Klimo Jr., Nelson Astur Neto, William C. Warner Jr., and Michael S. Muhlbauer.
    Digital Access
    Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery
  • Lori A. Erickson.
    Summary: "Atlas of Endocrine Pathology provides a comprehensive compendium of photomicrographs of common and uncommon entities in endocrine pathology. The volume includes histologic features of normal features, reactive conditions, hyperplasia, and tumors. The most helpful diagnostic features are illustrated to provide direction and clues to the diagnosis of endocrine tumors. Furthermore, photomicrographs highlight the most pertinent diagnostic features in problematic diagnoses in endocrine pathology. Authored by a nationally and internationally recognized pathologist, Atlas of Endocrine Pathology is an important learning tool for those becoming familiar with the diverse entities encountered in endocrine pathology and a valuable reference for practicing pathologists faced with challenging diagnoses in endocrine pathology."--Publisher's website.

    1. Thyroid Histology
    2. Thyroiditis
    3. Graves Disease (Diffuse Hyperplasia)
    4. Thyroid Goiter
    5. Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma
    6. Hyalinizing Trabecular Tumor
    7. Follicular Thyroid Neoplasms
    8. Hurthle Cell Thyroid Neoplasms
    9. Poorly Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma
    10. Anaplastic Thyroid Carcinoma
    11. Tumors of C Cells
    12. Unusual Thyroid Tumors
    13. Metastases to Thyroid
    14. Parathyroid Histology
    15. Parathyroid Hyperplasia
    16. Parathyroid Adenoma
    17. Parathyroid Carcinoma
    18. Parathyromatosis
    19. Metastases to Parathyroid
    20. Adrenal Gland Histology
    21. Adrenal Cysts
    22. Adrenal Cortical Hyperplasia
    23. Adrenal Cortical Adenoma
    24. Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma
    25. Adrenal Myelolipoma
    26. Pheochromocytoma and Adrenal Medullary Hyperplasia
    27. Ganglioneuroma and Neuroblastoma
    28. Unusual Adrenal Tumors
    29. Metastases to the Adrenal Gland
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • Roberto Alexandre Dezena.
    Summary: This book describes in practical terms the endoscopic neurosurgery of the third ventricle and surrounding structures, emphasizing aspects of intraoperative endoscopic anatomy and ventricular approaches for main diseases, complemented by CT / MRI images. It is divided in two parts: Part I describes the evolution of the description of the ventricular system and traditional ventricular anatomy, besides the endoscopic neurosurgery evolution and current concepts, with images and schematic drawings, while Part II presents a collection of intraoperative images of endoscopic procedures, focusing in anatomy and main pathologies, complemented by schemes of the surgical approaches and CT / MRI images. The Atlas of Endoscopic Neurosurgery of the Third Ventricle offers a revealing guide to the subject, addressing the needs of medical students, neuroscientists, neurologists and especially neurosurgeons. .

    Part I
    Chapter 1 The ventricular system
    Chapter 2 General principles of the endoscopic neurosurgery
    Part II
    Chapter 3 Entering in the third ventricle -The lateral ventricle
    Chapter 4 Inside the third ventricle
    Chapter 5 Beyond the third ventricle - Inside interpeduncular and prepontine cisterns
    Chapter 6 Beyond the third ventricle-Suprasellar arachnoid cyst
    Chapter 7 Beyond the third ventricle-Hydranencephaly.
    Digital Access Springer 2017
  • editors, Alexander G. Chiu, James N. Palmer, Nithin D. Adappa.
    Summary: "Gain a clear understanding of the entire spectrum of today's rhinology and anterior skull base surgery with Atlas of Endoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery, 2nd Edition. This thoroughly updated title increases your knowledge and skill regarding both basic or advanced procedures, taking you step by step through endoscopic approaches to chronic sinus disease, nasal polyps, pituitary tumors, cerebrospinal fluid leaks, sinonasal tumors, and more. All-new videos provide real-time guidance for procedures such as endoscopic anterior craniofacial resection, endoscopic approach and removal of orbital tumors, sphenoidotomy, and many more"--Publisher's description.

    Part 1: Nasal surgery. Septoplasty / Marcelo Antunes, Sam Becker, Michael Lupa and Dan Becker
    Middle and inferior turbinates / Richard Orlandi, Peter Hwang and Reza Vaezeafshar
    Sphenopalatine/internal maxillary artery ligation / Amber Luong, Martin Citardi, Li-Xing Man and Samer Fakhri
    Endoscopic and open anterior/posterior ethmoid artery ligation / PJ Wormald and Yuresh Naidoo
    Endoscopic repair of choanal atresia / Shirley Shizue Nagata Pignatari, Aldo Cassol Stamm and Leonardo Lopes Balsalobre Filho
    Part 2: Basics of primary endoscopic sinus surgery. Maxillary antrostomy / Alexander Chiu and James N. Palmer
    Partial and complete ethmoidectomy / Alexander Chiu, James N. Palmer and Nithin D. Adappa
    Sphenoidotomy / Alexander Chiu and Nithin D. Adappa
    Frontal sinusotomy Draf I and IIa / Alexander Chiu, Nithin D. Adappa and James N. Palmer
    Frontal sinusotomy: Draf llb / James N. Palmer, Vijay R. Ramakrishnan and Henry Pipes Barham
    Frontal sinusotomy: Draf lll / Richard Harvey, Eugene Ritter Sansoni and Raymond Sacks
    Postoperative debridement / Arjun Parasher, Robert T. Adelson, Calvin Wei, Noam Cohen and Nithin D. Adappa
    Balloon dilatation of the maxillary, frontal, and sphenoid sinuses / David B. Conley and Aaron N. Pearlman
    Part 3: Revision endoscopic sinus surgery for inflammatory disease. Revision functional endoscopic sinus surgery: completion sphenoethmoidectomy / Rakesh K. Chandra and Randy Leung
    Modified medial maxillectomy for recalcitrant maxillary sinusitis / Bradford Woodworth and Jessica Grayson
    Extended sphenoid sinus antrostomy and radical sphenoidectomy / John Lee and Jonathan Yip
    Part 4: Orbital surgery. Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy / Raymond Sacks and Yuresh Naidoo
    Endoscopic orbital decompression / Raj Sindwani and Brian C. Lobo
    Optic nerve decompression / Vijay R. Ramakrishnan, Todd Kingdom and Henry Pipes Barham
    Endoscopic approach and removal of orbital tumors / Benjamin Bleier and Marcel Menon Miyake
    Part 5: Sinonasal tumors. Endoscopic medial maxillectomy for inverted papilloma / Kevin Welch and Elisabeth Ference
    Endoscopic Denkers approach for anterior maxilla tumors / Alexander Chiu and Jivianne T. Lee
    Endoscopic vidian neurectomy / Raymond Sacks and Rahuram Sivasubramaniam
    Approach to pterygopalatine fossa and JNA / Edward Kuan, Rakesh K. Chandra, Nithin D. Adappa and Bert W. O'Mally
    Endoscopic craniofacial resection for esthesioneuroblastoma / Vijay R. Ramakrishnan, Jeffrey D. Suh, Alexander Chiu, James N. Palmer and Nithin D. Adappa
    Part 6: Skull base reconstruction. Repair of cerebrospinal fluid leak and encephalocele of the cribriform plate / Avinash V. Mantravadi and Kevin Welch
    Sphenoid sinus cerebrospinal fluid leak and encephalocele repair / Benjamin Bleier and Rod Schlosser
    Part 7: Anterior and central skull base approaches. Endoscopic resection of pituitary tumors / Stephanie A. Joe, Alexander Chiu, James N. Palmer and Nithin D. Adappa
    Endoscopic transplanum and sellar approach . Eric W. Wang, Rod Schlosser, Arjun Parasher, William A. Vandergrift III and Jose Mattos
    Endoscopic resection of clival chordomas/chondrosarcoma / Peter Hwang, Alexander Chiu, James N. Palmer, Nithin D. Adappa and Jayakar V. Nayak
    Large skull base defect reconstruction with and without pedicled flaps / Richard Harvey, Arjun Parasher and Eugene Ritter Sansoni
    Part 8: Combined endoscopic and open approaches--frontal sinus. Frontal sinus trephine / Alfred Marc C. Iloreta, Nithin D. Adappa and Satish Govindaraj
    Osteoplastic flap with and without obliteration / Kevin Welch
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • edited by Manabu Muto, Kenshi Yao, Yasushi Sano.
    Part I Basics of NBI
    Chapter 1 Principles and history of NBI
    Chapter 2 Tips for obtaining optimum viewing conditions using NBI
    Part II Atlas of NBI: Pharynx to esophagus
    Chapter 3 Overview
    Chapter 4 Atlas of Normal appearance
    Chapter 5 Atlas of Non-neoplastic lesions
    Chapter 6 Atlas of Neoplastic lesions
    Part III Atlas of NBI: Stomach and duodenum
    Chapter 7 Diagnostic system
    Chapter 8 Atlas of normal appearance
    Chapter 9 Atlas of non-neoplastic lesions in the stomach
    Chapter 10 Atlas of Neoplastic lesions in the stomach
    Chapter 11 Atlas of n on-neoplastic lesions in the duodenum
    Chapter 12 Atlas of neoplastic lesions in the duodenum
    Part IV Atlas of NBI: Colon to rectum
    Chapter 13 Overview
    Chapter 14 Atlas of normal appearance
    Chapter 15 Atlas of non-neoplastic lesions
    Chapter 16 Atlas of neoplastic.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • [edited by] Jose I. Almeida.
    Summary: "Highly visual and packed with useful, practical information, Atlas of Endovascular Venous Surgery, 2nd Edition, provides real-world instruction on the evaluation, diagnostic imaging, and medical and endovascular surgical management of acute and chronic venous diseases. Dr. Jose Almeida, pioneering expert in the field and host of the annual International Vein Congress, along with other highly regarded practitioners, offers an authoritative understanding of what causes increased venous pressure and solutions for reducing venous hypertension. Detailed, full-color intraoperative illustrations capture key teaching moments, helping you better understand the nuances of surgery and improve your ability to perform cutting-edge procedures"--Publisher's description.

    Venous anatomy
    Venous hemodynamics
    Venous pathophysiology
    Venous diagnostic tools
    Endovenous thermal ablation of saphenous reflux
    Radiofrequency thermal ablation: current data
    Laser thermal ablation: current data
    Nonthermal ablation of saphenous reflux
    Treatment of perforating veins
    Treatment of varicosed tributary veins
    Endovenous approach to recurrent varicose veins
    Thromboembolic disease
    Endovenous placement of inferior vena cava filters
    Pharmacological thrombolysis
    New concepts in the management of pulmonary embolism
    Endothermal heat-induced thrombosis
    Postthrombotic syndrome
    Iliocaval and femoral venous occlusive disease
    Deep venous incompetence and valve repair
    Venous ulcers
    Pelvic venous disorders
    Nutcracker syndrome
    Treatment of spider telangiectasias
    Endovenous management of central and upper extremity veins
    Venous malformations
    Severity scoring and outcomes measurement
    Evidence-based summary of guidelines from the American Venous Forum and the Society for Vascular Surgery.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2019
  • P. Marco Fisichella, Marco G. Patti, editors.
    1. History of Esophageal Surgery
    2. Radiologic Evaluation of Esophageal Diseases
    3. Diagnostic and Interventional Endoscopy
    4. Esophageal Function Testing
    5. Patient Positioning
    6. Operations for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
    7. Laparoscopic Pyloroplasty
    8. Paraesophageal Hernia Repair and Collis Gastroplasty
    9. Operations for Achalasia
    10. Peroral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM)
    11. Operations for Zenker's Diverticulum
    12. Laparoscopic Treatment of Epiphrenic Diverticula
    13. Operations for Leiomyoma
    14. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass for GERD and Morbid Obesity
    15. Transhiatal Esophagectomy
    16. Ivor Lewis Esophagectomy
    17. Minimally Invasive Esophagectomy
    18. Hybrid Transthoracic Esophagectomy.
    Digital Access Springer 2015
  • David D. Donaldson.
    v. 3. Cornea and sclera.
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  • David D. Donaldson.
    v. 1. Congenital anomalies and systemic diseases
    v. 2. Orbit, lacrimal apparatus, eyelids, and conjunctiva
    v. 3. Cornea and sclera.
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    Stored offsite. Please request print.
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  • lead editor, Michael J. Yaremchuk ; associate editors, Catherine S. Chang, Erez Dayan, Mohamed Amir Mrad, Alan Yan.
    Indications for facial implants
    Evaluation and planning for facial implant surgery
    Implant materials
    Principles and operative technique for facial skeletal augmentation
    Temporal augmentation
    Internal orbit
    Infraorbital rim
    Pyriform aperture
    Rejuvenation of the aging face and skeleton with implants
    Designer faces: CAD/CAM facial implants
    Implant refinement of postorthognathic surgery facial contour.
    Digital Access ClinicalKey 2020
  • Henryk A. Domanski, editor.
    Summary: This book covers all of the diagnostic areas where FNAC is used today. This includes palpable lesions and lesions sampled using various radiological methods, and correlations with ancillary examinations detailed on an entity-by-entity basis. As well as being a complete atlas of the facts and findings important to FNAC, this atlas is a guide to diagnostic methods that optimize health care. The interaction of the cytologist or cytopathologist with other specialists (radiologists, oncologists and surgeons) involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with suspicious mass lesions is emphasized and illustrated throughout. ? With contributions from experts in the field internationally and abundant colour images Atlas of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology provides a comprehensive and up-to-date guide to FNAC for pathologists, cytopathologists, radiologists, oncologists, surgeons and others involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with suspicious mass lesions.

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    Head and Neck: Salivary Glands
    Mediastinum and Endobronchial Ultrasound-Guided Transbronchial Needle Aspiration
    Lymph Nodes
    Kidney and Adrenal Gland
    Soft Tissue
    Skin and Subcutis
    Pediatric Tumours
    Orbit and Ocular Adnexa.
    Digital Access Springer 2014
  • [edited by] Christoph P. Hofstetter, Sebastian Reutten, Yue Zhou, Michael Y. Wang.
    Summary: "Pocket-sized resource presents endoscopic spine surgery essentials from expert spine surgeons Atlas of Full-Endoscopic Spine Surgery by internationally renowned spine surgeons Christoph P. Hofstetter, Sebastian Ruetten, Yue Zhou, and Michael Y. Wang provides concise, step-by-step guidance on the latest full endoscopic spine procedures. The book is targeted at practicing spine surgeons, fellows, and residents currently not trained in endoscopic spine surgery who have the desire to learn and incorporate these techniques into clinical practice. It is also an excellent curriculum resource for cadaveric training courses taught at the national and international level. The book lays a solid foundation with opening chapters on anesthesia, OR setup and endoscopic tools, applied anatomy, basic endoscopic surgical tasks, and preoperative diagnostics. Additional sections include step-by-step descriptions of the full spectrum of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar endoscopic approaches. The last section provides invaluable pearls on overcoming challenges, avoiding pitfalls, and optimizing postoperative care. Key Features Transforaminal endoscopic lumbar and thoracic discectomy approaches Trans-SAP endoscopic approach for foraminal and lateral recess decompression Interlaminar endoscopic lumbar discectomy Cervical/thoracic and lumbar unilateral laminotomy for bilateral decompression Special topics including endoscopic management of challenging cases, endoscopic revision surgery, and management of complications. Neurosurgery residents, fellows, young practicing neurosurgeons, and all healthcare practitioners involved in the care of endoscopic spine surgery patients will gain invaluable insights from this book. Christoph P. Hofstetter, MD, PhD, is Associate Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. Sebastian Ruetten, MD, is Attending Spine Surgeon, Center for Spine Surgery and Pain Therapy, Center for Orthopaedics and Traumatology of the St. Elisabeth Group, St. Anna Hospital Herne, University of Witten/Herdecke, Herne, Germany. Yue Zhou, MD, PhD, is Professor, Department of Orthopedics, Xinqiao Hospital, Army Medical University, Chongqing, China. Michael Y. Wang, MD, FACS, is Professor, Departments of Neurosurgery and Rehab Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida"-- Provided by publisher.

    Anesthesia and rapid recovery / G. Gamian Brusko and Michael Y. Wang
    Radiation safety in full-endoscopic spine surgery / Lynn McGrath and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Essential imaging in full-endoscopic spine surgery / Daniel Carr and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Intraoperative navigation for full-endoscopic spine surgery / Yue Zhou
    Endoscopic instruments / Saqib Hasan and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Operating room setup : the basics / Saqib Hasan and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Applied anatomy for full-endoscopic spine surgery / Daniel Carr and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Principles of full-endoscopic surgical technique / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Essential tasks of full-endoscopic spine surgery / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Preoperative diagnostic workup / Daniel Carr and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Interlaminar endoscopic lateral recess decompression / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Interlaminar endoscopic lumbar diskectomy / Lynn McGrath and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Interlaminar contralateral endoscopic lumbar foraminotomy / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Lumbar endoscopic unilateral laminotomy for bilateral decompression / Saqib Hasan and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Endoscopic extraforaminal lumbar diskectomy / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Transforaminal endoscopic lumbar diskectomy / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Trans-superior articular process endoscopic lumbar approach / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Transforaminal endoscopic lumbar interbody fusion / Michael Y. Wang
    Transforaminal endoscopic thoracic diskectomy / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Anterior endoscopic cervical diskectomy / J. N. Alastair Gibson
    Posterior endoscopic cervical foraminotomy / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Cervical endoscopic unilateral laminotomy for bilateral decompression / Daniel Carr and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Adapting full-endoscopic technique for challenging cases / Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Endoscopic revision surgery / Ralf Wagner and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Complications associated with full-endoscopic spine surgery / Jun Ho Lee and Christoph P. Hofstetter
    Perioperative care in full-endoscopic spine surgery / Lynn McGrath and Christoph P. Hofstetter.
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  • Dora M. Lam-Himlin, Elizabeth A. Montgomery, Christina A. Arnold.
    Summary: "This will be a new series for the Pathology program based on the popularity of Arnold/Atlas of Gastrointestinal Pathology: A Pattern Based Approach to Neoplastic Biopsies. This proposed series strives to teach pathology in a format that more closely mirrors daily sign-out. Each title will feature the true spectrum of pathology and how to navigate efficiently to the correct diagnosis. Disease processes are grouped by their histologic pattern of injury, an approach which closely approximates the method by which experienced pathologists mentally approach daily sign-out. These titles will be atlas-based and contain over 1000 images to fully illustrate the diagnostic process. This series is not intended to be an exhaustive description of each entity, but rather a scope-side sign-out tool that aids pathologists in achieving the correct diagnosis, finding the pertinent information, and assembling a thorough and streamlined pathology report. As a compliment to the current Arnold title, this new volume will focus on neoplastic biopsies. It will feature over 1500 photomicrographs capturing the subtle morphologic spectrum of pathologic processes of the tubular GI tract. Each image will be narrated with key diagnostic considerations and will feature call-outs showing subtle features and diagnostic clues. Check-lists for key elements of the diagnostic approach and sample notes for inclusion in pathology reports will be integrated into the text. To supplement the spectrum of microscopic images, relevant endoscopic images, photographs of select gross specimens, and medical figures will be provided. Practical tables emphasizing salient clinicopathologic features, management implications, and therapeutic options will be included when relevant"--Provided by publisher.
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David Lee Bassett MD (1913-1966), a professor in the Department of Anatomy at Stanford University School of Medicine, pioneered innovations in dissection to create this comprehensive set of three-dimensional human anatomy photographs. An interactive atlas of human anatomy; over 40 modules covering the full body. 68,600 images and videos, 400+ step-by-step illustrated procedures, simultaneous search across Thieme's journals, e-books, and PubMed.

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