The top-selling title in our Imaging Companion Series is now in its revised, updated Third Edition. Featuring over 1,000 large, clear images accompanied by brief, bulleted "key facts," this how-to book provides everything readers need to obtain high-quality scans…correlate radiologic, pathologic, and clinical findings…and communicate the significance of imaging results to referring physicians. This edition has a new chapter on magnetic resonance imaging and new information on the ACR Ultrasound BI-RADS Lexicon; keloids and hypertrophic scars; cutaneous angiosarcoma; subareolar abscess; columnar alteration with prominent apical snouts and secretions (CAPSS); mucocele-like lesions; cat scratch disease; granulomatous mastitis; and granular cell tumor.
Prepared by a preeminent breast imaging expert, this case-based teaching file atlas presents a clinically oriented approach to screening, diagnostic evaluation, and management of patients with breast conditions encountered by radiologists. Dr. Cardeñosa takes the reader through more than 170 actual patient cases, from classic "Aunt Minnies" to more complex and controversial problems in screening, diagnostic evaluation, and patient management. Cases are thoroughly illustrated with clear, sharp images—over 800 images total—and include multiple imaging studies, pathology studies, and pathologic correlations where appropriate.
Emphasis is on determining the clinical significance of abnormalities or potential abnormalities detected on images.