As the ideal introductory textbook for medical students, junior
doctors, trainee radiologists, and practising clinicians, this new
edition of Diagnostic Imaging
explains the principles of
interpretation of all forms of imaging, offering a balanced account of
all the modalities available, explaining each technique and when to use
Organised by body system and covering all anatomical regions, Armstrong, Wastie and Rockall:
explain how to interpret images
provide guidelines for interpreting images
discuss common diseases and the signs that can be seen using each imaging modalityillustrate clinical problems with normal and abnormal images
assist diagnosis by covering normal images as well as those for specific disorders
show all imaging modalities used in a clinical context
The authors cover use of plain film, ultrasound, computed tomography,
magnetic resonance imaging, radionuclide imaging and interventional
radiology, with high quality illustrations and images.
What’s new for the 6th edition?
Additional new sections and expanded sections, following reviewer feedback
Updated throughout to ensure recommendations and illustrations
reflect modern ultrasound CT, MRI, and nuclear medicine (including PET)
Key points and bullet points to aid learning
Table of Contents:
1 Technical Considerations.
3 Plain Abdomen.
4 Gastrointestinal Tract.
5 Hepatobiliary System, Spleen and Pancreas with the assistance of Dr Andrew Hatrick.
6 Urinary Tract.
7 Female Genital Tract.
8 Peritoneal Cavity and Retroperitoneum.
9 Bones with the assistance of Dr Kasthoori Jayarani.
10 Joints with the assistance of Dr Kasthoori Jayarani.
12 Skeletal Trauma.
13 Skull and Brain.
14 Sinuses, Orbits and Neck.
15 Vascular and Interventional Radiology with the assistance of Dr Andrew Hatrick.
Appendix: CT Anatomy of Abdomen.