Diagnostic Radiology: Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Imaging


  • Arun Kumar Gupta,
  • Veena Chowdhury,
  • Niranjan Khandelwal,
  • Deep Narayan Srivastava
PART ONE – GASTROINTESTINAL IMAGING – IMAGING TECHNIQUES; 1. Current Status of Conventional Techniques and Advances in GIT Imaging. THE ACUTE ABDOMEN; 2. Non-traumatic Acute Abdomen; 3. Imaging in Abdominal Trauma; INFECTIONS, INFLAMMATION AND NEOPLASMS; 4. Imaging of the Esophagus; 5. Benign Lesions of Stomach and Small Intestine; 6. Malignant Lesions of the Stomach and Small Intestine; 7. Abdominal Tuberculosis; 8. Non-Tubercular Inflammatory Bowel Diseases; 9. Colorectal Malignancies; 10. Lymphoma of Gastrointestinal Tract; 11. Imaging of Appendix; PART TWO – HEPATOBILIARY AND PANCREATIC IMAGING – LIVER AND BILIARY TRACT; 12. Liver Anatomy and Techniques of Imaging; 13. Benign Focal Lesions of Liver; 14. Malignant Focal Lesions of Liver; 15. Diffuse Liver Diseases; 16. Imaging of Obstructive Biliopathy; 17. Clinical Aspects of Liver Cirrhosis: A Perspective for the Radiologist; PANCREAS; 18. Imaging and Interventions in Pancreatitis; 19. Tumors of Pancreas; HEPATIC VASCULAR DISEASES; 20. Imaging in Portal Hypertension; 21. Hepatic Venous Outflow Tract Obstruction; INTERVENTIONS; 22. Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage; 23. Interventions in Obstructive Biliopathy; 24. Interventional Treatment of Liver Tumors; 25. Percutaneous Non-vascular GIT interventions; 26. Interventional Radiology in Portal Hypertension


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