9780387988450

Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen

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    9780387988450

  • ISBN10:

    0387988459

  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-05-01
  • Publisher: Springer Verlag
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Summary

Meyers' Dynamic Radiology of the Abdomen, extensively revised and updated, is the classic text covering radiology of the abdomen as it relates to the progression of disease within an organ and from one organ to another. The book provides a systematic application of anatomic and dynamic principles to the practical understanding and diagnosis of intraabdominal disease. The full range of imaging modalities is addressed, from plain films and conventional contrast studies to CT, US, MRI and endoscopic ultrasonography. Highly selected, ample images including CT and MRI support the thoroughly descriptive text. Expanded references, citing both the classic and recent contributions, and a detailed cross-referenced index are presented. For radiologists, general surgeons, gastroenterologists, and others seeking insight into the clinical practice of radiology, this text continues to be the gold standard in the field.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Fifth Edition vii
Foreword to the First Edition xi
R.H. Marshak
Foreword to the First Edition xiii
L.M. Nyhus
Contributors xxi
Color Insert 539
General Considerations: Dynamics of Image Analysis
1(8)
Normal Anatomic Relationships and Dynamic Principles of Pathways of Spread and Localization of Disease
1(3)
Visual Factors: Perception of the Image
4(3)
References
7(2)
Clinical Embryology of the Abdomen: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
9(48)
Bruce R. Javors
Hiromu Mori
Morton A. Meyers
Ronald H. Wachsberg
Early Development of the Embryo
9(1)
Diaphragm
9(1)
Gastrointestinal Tract
10(11)
Duodenal Web and Bowel Duplication
10(3)
Embryologic Rotation and Fixation of Gut
13(3)
Volvulus
16(3)
Meckel's Diverticulum
19(2)
Hepatobiliary System
21(4)
Hepatic Lobar Agenesis
21(2)
Ectopic and Accessory Gallbladders
23(1)
Choledochal Cyst
23(2)
Hepatic Duct Diverticulum
25(1)
Portal Venous System
25(7)
Portohepatic Venous Shunt
27(1)
Preduodenal Portal Vein
27(4)
Ductus Venosus
31(1)
Aneurysmal Dilation of the Portal Vein
31(1)
Agenesis of the Portal Vein
32(1)
Pancreas
32(11)
Annular Pancreas
33(1)
Pancreas Divisum
33(1)
Agenesis of the Dorsal Pancreas
34(2)
Pancreatic Arteriovenous Malformation
36(1)
Pancreatic Cysts
36(7)
Spleen
43(1)
Accessory Spleen
43(1)
Wandering Spleen
43(1)
Polysplenia Syndrome
44(1)
Internal Hernias
44(1)
Urogenital System
45(6)
Urinary Tract
45(5)
Genital System
50(1)
References
51(6)
Intraperitoneal Spread of Infections
57(74)
Anatomic Considerations
57(22)
The Posterior Peritoneal Attachments
57(2)
Detailed Anatomy of the Right Upper Quadrant
59(20)
Radiologic Features
79(39)
The Spread and Localization of Intraperitoneal Abscesses
79(39)
The Sectional and Isotopic Imaging Modalities
118(6)
Management
124(4)
References
128(3)
Intraperitoneal Spread of Malignancies
131(134)
Direct Invasion from Noncontiguous Primary Tumors
132(50)
Invasion Along Mesenteric Reflections
132(34)
Invasion by Lymphatic Permeation
166(16)
Direct Invasion from Contiguous Primary Tumors
182(10)
Intraperitoneal Seeding
192(46)
Anatomic Features
192(1)
Pathways of Ascitic Flow
193(1)
Seeded Sites
193(40)
Developments and Advances in Imaging
233(5)
Embolic Metastases
238(17)
Metastatic Melanoma
239(4)
Breast Metastases
243(2)
Bronchogenic Carcinoma
245(1)
Renal Carcinoma
245(10)
References
255(10)
Staging of Gastrointestinal Cancers
265(22)
Importance of Staging
265(5)
Carcinoma of the Esophagus
265(1)
Carcinoma of the Stomach
266(3)
Colorectal Carcinoma
269(1)
Delineation of Normal Mural Components by Sectional Imaging
270(2)
T Staging
272(11)
Stage
272(3)
Stage
275(1)
Stage
275(1)
Stage
275(8)
Lymph Node Metastases
283(1)
References
284(3)
Pathways of Lymph Node Metastases in Cancer of the Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Tracts
287(22)
Chusilp Charnsangavej
The Supramesocolic Compartment
287(10)
Anatomic Consideration
287(1)
Peritoneal Ligaments of the Liver
288(1)
Peritoneal Ligaments of the Stomach
288(1)
Lymphatic Drainage of the Liver and Pathways of Lymph Node Metastasis
289(3)
Lymphatic Drainage of the Stomach and Pathways of Lymph Node Metastasis
292(5)
The Inframesocolic Compartment
297(10)
Anatomic Consideration
297(3)
Lymphatic Drainage of the Colon and Pathways of Lymph Node Metastasis
300(7)
References
307(2)
Manifestations of Intraperitoneal Air
309(24)
Kyunghee C. Cho
Stephen R. Baker
Detection of Intraperitoneal Air
309(1)
Supine Abdominal Films
309(1)
Supine Film Signs of Pneumoperitoneum
310(20)
Depiction of Ligaments Protruding into the Peritoneal Cavity
310(6)
Visualization of the Peritoneal Surface of Intraabdominal Organs
316(3)
Detection of Free Air Confined in Specific Peritoneal Recesses
319(7)
Recognition of Free Air Superimposed on the Liver
326(4)
References
330(3)
The Extraperitoneal Spaces: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
333(160)
Anatomic Considerations
334(22)
The Three Extraperitoneal Compartments and Perirenal Fasciae
334(19)
The Psoas Muscle
353(2)
The Hepatic and Splenic Angles
355(1)
Anterior Pararenal Space
356(40)
Roentgen Anatomy of Distribution and Localization of Collections
356(1)
Sources of Effusions
357(39)
Compartmentalization of the Anterior Pararenal Space
396(13)
Maarten S. van Leeuwen
Michiel A.M. Feldberg
Anatomic Considerations
396(6)
Normal Imaging Features
402(1)
Abnormal Imaging Features
402(7)
Perirenal Space
409(42)
Roentgen Anatomy of Distribution and Localization of Collections
409(42)
Posterior Pararenal Space
451(12)
Roentgen Anatomy of Distribution and Localization of Collections
451(1)
Clinical Sources of Effusions
451(12)
Diffuse Extraperitoneal Gas
463(10)
Rectal Perforation
466(1)
Sigmoid Perforation
466(1)
Extraperitoneal Gas of Supradiaphragmatic Origin
467(4)
Differential Diagnosis of Small Amounts of Supradiaphragmatic Gas
471(2)
Psoas Abscess and Hematoma
473(4)
The Extraperitoneal Paravesical Pelvic Spaces
477(7)
Catherine Roy
Anatomic Considerations
477(3)
Abnormal Imaging Features
480(4)
References
484(9)
The Renointestinal Relationships: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
493(46)
Anatomic Considerations
493(3)
The Right Kidney
493(1)
The Left Kidney
494(2)
Radiologic Observations
496(40)
Characteristic Mass Displacements
496(8)
Ptosis and Rotation
504(1)
Invasive Renal Cell Carcinoma
505(1)
Perinephritis and Renointestinal Fistulas
505(7)
Renal Agenesis and Ectopia
512(20)
Direct Intestinal Effects Unique to Renal Ectopia
532(4)
References
536(3)
The Duodenocolic Relationships: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
539(26)
Anatomic and Normal Radiologic Features
539(5)
Abnormal Radiologic Features
544(19)
Defect of Mesocolon with Internal Herniation into Lesser Sac
544(1)
Masses Within the Mesocolic Leaves
544(2)
Effect upon the Descending Duodenum by Carcinoma of the Hepatic Flexure
546(1)
Duodenocolic Fistulas
546(3)
Effect of Gallbladder Disease on the Duodenocolic Relationships
549(11)
Duodenocolic Displacements from Right Renal Masses
560(1)
Effect on Colon of Mass Arising in Descending Duodenum
560(1)
Inframesocolic Extension of Neoplasm of Third Duodenum
560(1)
Acute Pancreatitis
561(1)
Duodenojejunal Junction: Relation to Colon
561(2)
References
563(2)
Intestinal Effects of Pancreatitis: Spread Along Mesenteric Planes
565(30)
Anatomic Considerations
565(4)
Effects of Pancreatitis on the Colon: Spread Along the Transverse Mesocolon
569(15)
Hepatic Flexure
569(1)
Transverse Colon and Splenic Flexure
569(15)
Effects of Pancreatitis on the Duodenum, Small Bowel, and Cecum: Spread Along Small Bowel Mesentery
584(9)
Duodenum
584(1)
Small Bowel and Cecum
584(9)
References
593(2)
Pathways of Regional Spread in Pancreatic Cancer
595(12)
Chusilp Charnsangavej
Anatomy of the Pancreas
595(3)
Vascular Anatomy
596(1)
Lymphatic Anatomy
597(1)
Pancreatic Nerve Plexus
598(1)
Imaging Studies
598(1)
CT Anatomy of the Pancreatic Head
598(1)
Pathways of Regional Spread in Pancreatic Cancer
599(6)
Local Organ Invasion
599(2)
Vascular Involvement
601(2)
Nodal Metastasis
603(2)
Perineural Invasion
605(1)
Conclusion
605(1)
References
605(2)
The Subperitoneal Space: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
607(28)
Michael Oliphant
Alfred S. Berne
Morton A. Meyers
Embryologic Considerations
607(4)
Anatomic Considerations
611(4)
Ventral Mesentery Derivatives
612(1)
Dorsal Mesentery Derivatives
612(2)
Lateral Continuity
614(1)
Continuity with the Female Organs
614(1)
Abnormal Imaging Features
615(19)
References
634(1)
The Small Bowel: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
635(30)
Anatomic Considerations
635(1)
Normal Radiologic Observations
636(8)
Axis of the Root of the Small Bowel Mesentery
636(1)
Undulating Changeable Nature of Coils of Bowel Loops
636(4)
Identification of Mesenteric and Antimesenteric Borders of Small Bowel Loops
640(4)
Abnormal Radiologic Features
644(19)
Diverticulosis of the Small Intestine
644(2)
Meckel's Diverticulum
646(1)
Scleroderma
646(4)
Intestinal Duplication
650(1)
Seeded Metastases
651(1)
Hematogenous Metastases
651(1)
Carcinoid Tumors
652(2)
Regional Enteritis
654(3)
Lymphoma
657(1)
Intramural and Mesenteric Bleeding
657(6)
References
663(2)
The Colon: Normal and Pathologic Anatomy
665(46)
Anatomic Considerations
667(3)
Classification of Organization of Haustral Rows
669(1)
Normal Radiologic Observations
670(5)
Abnormal Radiologic Features
675(29)
Lesions Within the Gastrocolic Ligament
675(6)
Lesions Within the Transverse Mesocolon
681(2)
Distinction Between Intraperitoneal and Extraperitoneal Processes
683(9)
Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis
692(12)
Summary
704(4)
References
708(3)
Internal Abdominal Hernias
711(38)
Paraduodenal Hernias
712(19)
Anatomic Considerations
712(1)
Clinical Features
713(1)
Radiologic and Arteriographic Features
713(18)
Internal Hernias Through the Formen of Winslow
731(6)
Pericecal Hernias
737(1)
Intersigmoid Hernias
738(1)
Transmesenteric and Transmesocolic Hernias
739(5)
Hernias Through the Falciform Ligament
744(1)
Retroanastomotic Hernias
744(2)
References
746(3)
Pathways of Extrapelvic Spread of Disease
749(14)
Anatomic Considerations
751(1)
Radiologic Findings
752(9)
References
761(2)
Index 763

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