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By F. Borchard (auth.), Dr. T. Balzer, Prof. Dr. B. Hamm, Dr. H.-P. Niendorf (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9401042136

ISBN-13: 9789401042130

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ISBN-13: 9789401104777

Recent advances in surgeries for the administration of focal liver ailments have enormously elevated the call for for diagnostic accuracy. to date those calls for were purely in part met through extra technical advancements similar to color coded duplex sonography, spiral CT and marked advancements in magnetic resonance imaging. it really is changing into more and more transparent that liver particular distinction media are crucial for using those technical advancements to their fullest virtue in sufferer care.
by contrast history, a workshop was once held to discover the present tools of diagnostic imaging of the liver and to aim and identify a profile for the long run liver particular distinction media.
The pathologist's introductory and common assessment is through chapters at the person imaging methods resembling ultrasound, CT and MRI, in order that all of the 3 is given the eye it merits. The booklet could be of curiosity to radiologists from some of the disciplines, and likewise those that plan and practice cures, fairly surgeons and internists.

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