By Jeffrey Geschwind, Michael Dake
Reflecting fresh interventions of startling effect and medical gain and honoring the field's legacy of innovation, this 3rd version of Abrams' Angiography: Interventional Radiology has been thoroughly made over to mirror the fast-moving panorama of interventional radiology. to supply a clean tackle modern topics, new sequence editors, Drs. Jean-Francois H. Geschwind and Michael D. Dake prepare a workforce of 60 of today's most famous professionals to target the a hundred subject matters necessary to getting to know modern interventional radiology. Now in bright full-color, this 3rd variation starts off with an all-new part on interventional oncology, inclusive of specialist assurance of organ-specific cancers and really good interventional recommendations in melanoma care. some of the topics thought of within the vascular sections are rooted within the unique inventory of the preliminary landmark Abrams' quantity, up to date to target present realizing. positive aspects: finished, step by step assurance of all modern vascular and non-vascular interventional approaches; new Oncology part contains 21 professional chapters that stroll via all points of interventional oncology, from overview of the melanoma sufferer and rules of chemotherapy to administration of organ-specific cancers and really expert interventional innovations in melanoma care; new targeted insurance complemented through greater than 1,100 full-color illustrations; elevated specialize in surgical anatomy and the main points of every strategy; professional chapters that seize the groundbreaking achievements of the sector from the key gurus; and new on-line answer web site presents absolutely searchable entry to the book-anytime, at any place!
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