Pediatric ENT Radiology (Medical Radiology / Diagnostic Imaging)

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  • Susan J. King (Editor),
  • Anne E. Boothroyd (Editor),
  • A.L. Baert (Foreword)

 

A comprehensive, authoritative and accessible textbook of imaging of the ear, nose and throat in children. Each of the 25 chapters is devoted to a particular disorder or imaging technique. Both usual and unusual aspects of imaging are presented, and use of the latest imaging techniques is described. It is also unique in drawing together information from the radiology and clinical ENT literature. All of the authors are radiologists or other healthcare professionals who see and treat large numbers of children. They include distinguished experts from North America, Europe and Asia, ensuring that a global overview of the subject is provided.

This is a comprehensive textbook of imaging of the ear, nose and throat in children. Each of the 25 chapters is devoted to a particular disorder or imaging technique. Both usual and unusual aspects of imaging are presented, and use of the latest imaging techniques is described. The book is also unique in drawing together information from the radiology and clinical ENT literature. All of the authors are radiologists or other healthcare professionals who see and treat large numbers of children. They include distinguished experts from North America, Europe and Asia, ensuring that a global overview of the subject is provided. This book will be of great value as an easy-to-use reference for radiologists in training, practising radiologists, ear, nose and throat surgeons in training, and practising ear, nose and throat clinicians.

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  1. An excellent contribution for our everyday work.

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