Pediatric Thoracic Imaging is the first comprehensive text to focus on all aspects of pediatric congenital and acquired thoracic disorders. This text is an essential reference for pediatric radiologists, those in training and of special interest to general radiologists as well as clinicians in different pediatric medical specialties. Skillfully written by Dr. Edward Y. Lee, current President of the ISPTI (International Society of Pediatric Thoracic Imaging) of Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School with the added international perspective of five associate editors, it is an authoritative encyclopedia of diseases/disorders with more than 2,000 high-quality images of radiography, ultrasound, CT, MRI, nuclear medicine and more.
Sections organized by lung, large airways, mediastinum, heart, chest wall, and diaphragm presenting the imaging modalities and options for pediatric congenital and acquired thoracic disorders
Discussions include anatomy/embryology, both normal and variant, clinical and imaging manifestations, and current management strategies
Organized by disease/disorder for quick reference
Special sections on pediatric interstitial (diffuse) lung disorders and cardiovascular procedures
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