A unique case-based approach to learning how to interpret gastrointestinal images
Gastrointestinal Imaging Cases features more than 150 gastrointestinal cases grouped according to organ system. Emphasizing clinical application, each case includes presentation, findings, differential diagnosis, comments, pearls, and numerous images. The book offers anefficient, systematic, and visual approach to help youbetter understand gastrointestinal imaging and sharpenyour diagnostic skills. Covering a wide range of generalclinical topics of interest to practicing imaging clinicians,Gastrointestinal Imaging Cases covers the liver, biliary, pancreas, esophagus, gastroduodenal, small bowel, colorectal, and omentum, mesentry, abdominal wall, and peritoneum.
The book's easy-to-navigate organization is specificallydesigned for use at the workstation. The concise, quick-read text, numerous images, and helpful pearls speed and simplify the learning process.
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This series offers indispensable workstation reference material for the practicing radiologist. Within this series is a full range of practical, clinically relevant works that are divided into three categories:
Liability law is expanding in many countries and areas. While its expansion may seem beneficial in terms of remedying litigants' losses, this development is potentially worrisome. Expanding liability may affect the availability of useful goods and services and have a negative impact on insurability.Those in various countries concerned with these potential negative effects have commenced researching techniques to keep liability law within reasonable and sustainable limits. This book uses eight sample cases, borrowed from the leading case law on the subject, to shed light on the techniques used to limit liability expansion in respective countries.The topical nature of the subject and the comparative analysis make this a unique work of interest to academics, students, law-makers, and other practitioners concerned with the expansion of liability law.
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