By Girish M. Fatterpekar
The instructing records: Head and Neck Imaging, by way of Dr. Girish Fatterpekar, MD, with its easy-to-use, templated association, well-presented case reports, and high-yield imaging examples, goals to sharpen your diagnostic abilities. Exquisitely illustrated key imaging positive factors and suitable, succinct discussions of differential diagnoses give you the required instruments required to suppose convinced whilst studying head and neck cases.
- Quickly evaluation easy-to-read templated chapters with 2-4 pictures according to case, six hundred+ high quality illustrations in all.
- Keep present on your perform with discussions of the main up to date radiologic modalities and technologies.
- Get steered readings of crucial references for additional information on particular topics.
- Review discussions of comparable situations and resolve challenging diagnostic questions.
- Reference demographics/clinical background, findings, dialogue, characteristic/clinical positive aspects, radiologic findings, differential analysis, and urged readings for each case.
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Extra resources for The Teaching Files: Head and Neck
In Som PM, Curtin HD (eds): Imaging of the Head and Neck, 4th ed. St. Louis: Mosby, 2003, pp 529–654. Case 18 Figure 1. Coronal T1-weighted MRI shows well-defined mass lesion along medial rectus of left orbit. 37 Figure 2. Coronal T2-weighted MRI shows lesion to be hypointense to extraocular muscles. Figure 3. Contrast-enhanced fat-suppressed coronal T1-weighted MRI shows near-homogeneous enhancement of lesion. Case 19 DEMOGRAPHICS/CLINICAL HISTORY The patient is a 42-year-old woman with a right orbital mass.
AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 5:345–350, 1984. Case 10 Figure 1. Coronal T1-weighted MRI shows mild thickening of left medial rectus, inferior rectus, and superior oblique muscles. 21 Figure 2. Coronal T2-weighted MRI shows mild thickening of extraocular muscles as seen on T1-weighted MRI (see Fig. 1). Figure 3. Contrast-enhanced fat-suppressed coronal T1-weighted MRI shows asymmetric thickening and enhancement of left medial rectus and inferior rectus muscles. Trace stranding of adjacent retrobulbar fat also is noted.
At an adjacent level, axial CT scan (Fig. 2) shows a pocket of air in the right ocular globe, suggestive of intraocular emphysema. A coronal CT scan (Fig. 3) showed crenated margins of the right globe, suggesting rupture of the right globe. In a different patient with history of blunt trauma to the left orbit, an axial CT scan (Fig. 4) shows increased density within the globe, suggesting hemorrhage within the anterior and the vitreous chamber. The lens is not visualized, suggesting disruption of the lens capsule.
The Teaching Files: Head and Neck by Girish M. Fatterpekar