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AuthorPettersson, Holger. author
TitleDiagnostic Imaging in Hemophilia [electronic resource] : Musculoskeletal and Other Hemorrhagic Complications / by Holger Pettersson, Marvin S. Gilbert
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1985
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-1372-0
Descript XVI, 150 p. online resource

SUMMARY

During recent decades there has been a revolutionary change in the life expectancy and quality of life of the hemophiliac. This has been achieved by hematologic and c1inical research, and the future for the hemophiliac depends upon further medical knowledge and research. In spite of the dramatically improved life situation of hemophiliacs, hemorrhagic complications remain a threat. The hemorrhagic disorder may influence and/or aggravate the course of trauma or other diseases in these patients. Hemophiliacs suffering from hemorrhagic complications or eligible for elective surgery should be referred to Hemophilia Treatment and Training Centers, where evaluation and examination are performed by a multidisciplinary team with experience and interest in the disease. The radio10gist is an important member ofthis team. In the past diagnostic imaging has been based mainly on conventional radiography, and this is still very important for the diagnosis ofhemophilic complications, but the diagnostic imaging of today offers a wide range of modalities-conventional radiography, computed tomography, sonography, radionuc1ide imaging, and, in its infancy, magnetic resonance imaging. Thus there is a need for a thorough description of the potential and limitations ofthese modern diagnostic techniques


CONTENT

1 The Disease -- Hematologic Considerationsโ{128}{148}Past and Present -- Demography -- References -- 2 Diagnostic Imaging Modalities -- Conventional Radiography -- Xeroradiography -- Computed Tomography -- Scintimetry -- Ultrasonography -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging -- Possible Complications Caused by the Examinations -- References -- 3 Hemophilic Arthropathy -- Clinical Considerations -- Diagnostic Imaging -- Classification of Hemophilic Arthropathy -- References -- 4 Hemophilic Synovitis -- Clinical Findings -- Diagnostic Imaging -- References -- 5 Soft Tissue Bleeding -- Clinical Considerations -- Diagnostic Imaging -- References -- 6 The Hemophilic Pseudotumor -- Definition -- The Adult -- The Child -- References -- 7 Fractures -- Incidence -- Site of Fracture and Severity of Trauma -- Bleeding -- Union -- Psuedotumor Formation -- References -- 8 The Central Nervous System -- Intracranial Hemorrhage -- Intraspinal Hemorrhage -- References -- 9 The Neck and Chest -- The Neck -- The Chest -- References -- 10 The Abdomen and Urinary Tract -- Gastrointestinal Tract -- Liver and Spleen -- The Urinary Tract -- References


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