By David M. Yousem MD MBA, Ana Carolina B. S. da Motta MD
The best promoting volumes within the Case overview sequence is now revised, with all new cases--excellent for honing talents and construction self assurance! This moment variation of Head & Neck Imaging offers you a scientific software that is helping pace your differential diagnoses and guarantees your skillability. prepared just like the Oral forums, it serves as a examine advisor for tests, CAQ and re-certification-and as a private evaluation of the subspecialty. the following, Johns Hopkins' Drs. Yousem and Motta describe the most recent ideas via two hundred real instances and 340 top of the range pictures. Tightly prepared, the textual content assures you speedy entry to details. Self-testing units all through validate your comprehension.Incorporates the main complicated imaging techniquesFormatted just like the Oral Board examination for simple research and reviewCross-referenced to Neuroradiology: The necessities, moment EditionOffers two hundred all-new circumstances with new discussions and present literature references provides over 340 images-including MR suggestions (spectroscopy, diffusion, magnetization move, 3D FIESTA, tensor imaging) and CT recommendations (CTA, bolus monitoring, 3D reformats, perfusion imaging, Cine loops) and moreExplores new subject matters together with CT and MR angiography of the neck · multi-detector CT with 3D reconstructions · post-transplant lymphoproliferative problems · new HIV infections · diagnostic and healing image-guided approaches · clinical economics · and lots more and plenty extra displays a better emphasis differential prognosis and sufferer therapy
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Cross-Reference Neuroradiology: THE REQUISITES, 431–432. 117–118, Comment Lipomas are the most common benign mesenchymal tumors of the head and neck. They have density and signal intensity characteristics typical of those of fat. Lipomas are said to increase in size as individuals gain weight; however, the change should be relatively minor. If one does see a lipoma that is increasing rapidly in size, one should consider the possibility of liposarcoma. The standard teaching is that liposarcomas may look nearly identical to lipomas, but the liposarcomas I have seen almost always have a strandiness to the fat or a focal nodule, which would suggest the possibility of sarcomatous etiology.
Cross-Reference Neuroradiology: THE REQUISITES, p 490. Comment Phthisis bulbi is the end stage of any long-standing injury to the globe that results in what one sees on CT as a calcified, small, irregularly shaped globe. In most instances in young patients, the etiology is orbital trauma. The patient may have had globe rupture with extensive hemorrhage that could not be reinflated or simply severe perforation with nonfunctioning retinal tissue. Bilateral phthisis bulbi may be the result of retinopathy of prematurity with small, calcified globes or retinopathy of diabetes mellitus with extensive recurrent retinal detachment or choroidal detachment and ischemic retinopathy.
CASE 30 1. What is the most common entity associated with a small, calcified globe? 2. What is the most common pediatric entity associated with a normal-sized calcified globe? 3. What is the most common calcification in an adult with a normal-sized globe? 4. What is the most common cause of a large calcified globe? 41 A N S W E R S CASE 29 CASE 30 Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Mandibular Fracture Phthisis Bulbi 1. Body (symphyseal) and condyle (subcondylar). 2. Retinoblastoma. 2. Fibula and iliac crest.