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For more than 70 years, Caffey’s Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging has been the comprehensive, go-to reference that radiologists have relied upon for dependable coverage of all aspects of pediatric imaging. In the 13th Edition, Dr. Brian Coley leads a team of experts to bring you up to date with today’s practice standards in radiation effects and safety, as well as in head and neck, neurologic, thoracic, cardiac, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and musculoskeletal pediatric imaging. This two-volume bestselling reference is a must-have resource for pediatric radiologists, general radiologists, pediatric subspecialists, pediatricians, hospitals, and more – anywhere clinicians need to ensure safe, effective, and up-to-date imaging of children.



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  • Features 8,500 high-atmosphere images 1,000 additional or updated.
  • Provides expanded coverage of protester imaging and diagnostics, including genetics and fetal imaging, MRI and adopt looking MR techniques, low-dose CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and molecular imaging, as adeptly as the latest mood standards, evidence-based data, and practice guidelines.
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  • Provides access to 50 online videos, including hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, disorders of swallowing, fetal swallowing, fetal bowel obstruction, upper GI and ultrasound review of malrotation and volvulus, congenital heart illness MRI evaluation, and many more.
  • Includes surgically remove chapters regarding radiation effects and safety, pre-natal imaging, neoplasms, trauma, techniques, embryology, genetic anomalies, and common acquired conditions.

Table of Contents :

1. Radiation Bioeffects, Risks, and Radiation Protection in Medical Imaging in Children
2. Complications of Contrast Media
3. Magnetic Resonance Safety

Section 2: Head and Neck
Part 1: Orbit
4. Embryology, Anatomy, Normal Findings, and Imaging Techniques
5. Prenatal, Congenital, and Neonatal Abnormalities
6. Orbit Infection and Inflammation
7. Orbital Neoplasia

Part 2: Nose and Sinuses
8. Nose and Sinonasal Cavities

Part 3: Ear and Temporal Bone
9. Embryology, Anatomy, Normal Findings, and Imaging Techniques
10. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
11. Infection and Inflammation
12. Neoplasia

Part 4: Neck
13. Embryology, Anatomy, Normal Findings, and Imaging Techniques
14. Prenatal, Congenital, and Neonatal Abnormalities
15. Infection and Inflammation
16. Neoplasia

Part 5: Thyroid and Parathyroid
17. Thyroid and Parathyroid

Section 3: Neuroradiology
Part 1: Cranium and Face
18. Embryology, Anatomy, Normal Findings, and Imaging Techniques
19. Prenatal Imaging
20. Craniosynostosis, Selected Craniofacial Syndromes, and Other Abnormalities of the Skull
21. Neoplasms, Neoplasm-like Lesions, and Infections of the Skull

Part 2: Mandible
22. The Mandible

Part 3: Skull and Facial Trauma
23. Traumatic Lesions of the Skull and Face

Part 4: Brain
24. Embryology and Brain Development
25. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Positron Emission Tomography
26. Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Principles and Implementation in Clinical and Research Settings
27. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
28. Perfusion Imaging and Magnetoencephalography
29. Prenatal Imaging
30. Neonatal Brain Injury
31. Congenital Brain Malformations
32. Hydrocephalus
33. Inherited Metabolic and Neurodegenerative Disorders
34. Infection and Inflammation
35. Pediatric Brain Neoplasms
36. Cerebrovascular Disorders
37. Stroke
38. Neuroimaging in Pediatric Epilepsy
39. Trauma

Part 5: Vertebral Column and Spinal Cord
40. Embryology, Anatomy, and Normal Findings
41. Spinal Cord Imaging Techniques
42. Prenatal Imaging
43. Congenital Abnormalities of the Spine
44. Infections of the Spine and Spinal Cord
45. Spinal Tumor and Tumorlike Conditions
46. Vascular Lesions
47. Trauma

Section 4: Respiratory System
Part 1: Overview
48. Embryology, Anatomy, and Normal Findings
49. Imaging Techniques
50. Prenatal Imaging and Intervention

Part 2: Airway
51. Upper Airway Disease
52. Lower Large Airway Disease

Part 3: Lungs
53. Congenital Lung Anomalies
54. Pulmonary Infection
55. Neoplasia
56. Diffuse Lung Disease
57. Systemic Conditions with Lung Involvement

Part 4: Mediastinum
58. The Mediastinum

Part 5: Chest Wall, Pleura, and Diaphragm
59. The Chest Wall
60. The Pleura
61. The Diaphragm

Section 5: Heart and Great Vessels
Part 1: Overview
62. Introductory Embryology
63. Cardiovascular Anatomy and Segmental Approach to Imaging of Congenital Heart Disease

Part 2: Imaging Techniques
64. Pediatric Echocardiography
65. Chest Radiography in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease
66. Pediatric Cardiothoracic Computed Tomographic Angiography
67. Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Congenital Heart Disease
68. Nuclear Cardiology
69. Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization and Electrophysiology
70. Surgical Considerations for Congenital Heart Disease
71. Prenatal Imaging and Therapy of Congenital Heart Disease

Part 2: Congenital and Cardiovascular Abnormalities
72. Abnormal Pulmonary and Systemic Venous Connections
73. Septal Defects
74. Right Heart Lesions
75. Left Heart Lesions
76. Conotruncal Anomalies
77. Congenital Anomalies of the Thoracic Great Arteries
78. Coronary Artery Disease in Children
79. Syndromes and Chromosomal Anomalies

Part 3: Acquired Cardiovascular Abnormalities
80. Myocardial, Endocardial and Pericardial Diseases
81. Cardiac and Pericardial Tumors
82. Cardiovascular Involvement by Systemic Diseases
83. Acquired Diseases of the Thoracic Great Vessels

Section 6: Gastrointestinal System
Part 1: Overview
84. Embryology, Anatomy, and Normal Findings
85. Imaging Techniques
86. Prenatal Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Imaging
87. The Abdominal Wall and Peritoneal Cavity

Part 2: Hepatobiliary System
88. Congenital Hepatobiliary Abnormalities
89. Acquired Biliary Tract Disease
90. Parenchymal Liver Disease
91. Infectious Causes of Liver Disease
92. Neoplasia
93. Vascular Abnormalities of the Liver
94. Liver Transplantation in Children

Part 3: Spleen
95. The Spleen

Part 4: Pancreas
96. The Pancreas

Part 5: Esophagus
97. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
98. Disorders of Swallowing
99. Acquired Esophageal Disorders

Part 6: Stomach
100. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
101. Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
102. Acquired Disorders

Part 7: Duodenum and Small Intestine
103. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
104. Acquired Abnormalities
105. Acquired Lesions of the Small Intestines

Part 8: Colon
106. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
107. Inflammatory and Infectious Diseases
108. Intussusception
109. Tumors and Tumorlike Conditions

Part 9: Abdominal Trauma
110. Abdominal Trauma

Section 7: Genitourinary System
Part 1: Overview
111. Embryology, Anatomy, and Variants of the Genitourinary Tract
112. Imaging Techniques
113. Prenatal Imaging and Intervention

Part 2: Upper Urinary Tract
114. Congenital and Neonatal Abnormalities
115. Acquired Abnormalities (Stone Disease and Infection)
116. Renal Neoplasms
117. Vascular Conditions
118. Renal Failure and Transplantation

Part 3: Lower Urinary Tract
119. The Ureter
120. Vesicoureteral Reflux
121. Bladder and Urethra

Part 4: Adrenal and Retroperitoneum
122. Congenital and Neonatal Conditions
123. Acquired Conditions

Part 5: Trauma
124. Genitourinary Trauma

Part 6: Reproductive Organs
125. Disorders of Sex Differentiation
126. Abnormalities of the Male Genital Tract
127. Abnormalities of the Female Genital Tract
128. Amenorrhea and Abnormalities of Puberty

Section 8: Musculoskeletal System
Part 1: Overview
129. Embryology, Anatomy, and Normal Findings
130. Imaging Techniques
131. Prenatal Musculoskeletal Imaging

Part 2: Congenital Malformations
132. Congenital Anomalies of Bone
133. Skeletal Dysplasias and Selected Chromosomal Disorders

Part 3: Disorders in Alignment
134. Alignment Disorders
135. Scoliosis
136. Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip

Part 4: Arthritides and Other Inflammatory Disorders
137. Arthritis and Differential Inflammatory Joint Disorders

Part 5: Infections
138. Musculoskeletal Infections

Part 6: Tumors and Tumor-Like Conditions
139. Soft Tissue and Bone Tumors

Part 7: Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders
140. Metabolic Bone Disease
141. Endocrine Disorders

Part 8: Systemic Disease
142. Skeletal Manifestations of Systemic Disease

Part 9: Trauma
143. Skeletal Trauma
144. Child Abuse
145. Sports Medicine


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