By W. Richard Webb, Nestor L. Muller, David P Naidich
Hardcover: 752 pages
Publisher: LWW; Fifth edition (August 19, 2014)
Looking for the seminal guide to HRCT and lung abnormalities? Get the newly revised and updated 5th edition of High-Resolution CT of the Lung , the leading reference on the use of high-res computed tomography for diagnosis and assessment of diffuse lung diseases. Written by leading experts in the field, this comprehensive reference offers a thorough grounding in HRCT interpretation, offering the latest technical and clinical data, including recent advances in the classification and understanding of diffuse lung diseases and their HRCT appearances.
- NEW : Full-color illustrations of histologic findings in lung disease, linked with HRCT manifestations
- NEW : Individual chapters reviewing specific HRCT findings and their differential diagnosis, including numerous new illustrations
- NEW : Updated chapters reviewing the most up-to-date information in HRCT diagnosis, including new classifications of diffuse lung diseases, newly described diseases and their appearances, and the utility of HRCT in their evaluation
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- Diagnostic algorithms
- Illustrations of normal anatomy and variants on HRCT, for help in distinguishing between normal and abnormal findings
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