Challenging Concepts in Interventional Radiology is a cased based guide to the most challenging aspects of interventional radiology and endovascular procedures. The 31 Cases have been selected to cover a wide-spectrum of scenarios, from the endovascular repair of thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms to the ablation of lung and kidney tumours. Cases are examined from a multidisciplinary approach with consideration of diagnosis, practical procedures, evidence base, and guidelines. Case commentaries from renowned experts in the field provide a useful and high level narrative across each case and compliment the clinical tips and evidence provided throughout.The collaboration of authorship between trainees and experts provides a unique insight into the management of the most complex and important cases in the radiology field. With a highly user friendly format, the textbook provides clinical tips and expert commentary for easy use in every day clinical practice. Suitable for candidates for the European Board of Interventional Radiology exam, fellows of Interventional Radiology, British Society of Endovascular Therapy fellows and radiologists, Challenging Concepts in Interventional Radiology appeals to a wide-ranging level of radiologists.Quantitative-vessel analysis using integrated semi-automated software (Allura Xper FD20, Philips, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) demonstrated 0% remaining stenosis at the end of the procedure, and the minimum diameter of the treatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Challenging Concepts in Interventional Radiology|
|Author||:||Miltiadis Krokidis, Irfan Ahmed, Tarun Sabharwal|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2015-08-27|