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AuthorFerrozzi, Francesco. author
TitleCT of Metastases [electronic resource] / by Francesco Ferrozzi, Giacomo Garlaschi, Davide Bova
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2000
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-59595-0
Descript VIII, 100 p. 89 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Modern therapies have radically changed the approach to the patient with metastases, creating new challenges for the radiologist. Beyond the early diagnosis of cancer, there is a new attention toward early diagnosis of recurrence. Accurate assessment of disease extent and its morphostructural features (calcification, cavitation, hemorrhage, infection) have become crucial in the evaluation of the response to treatment. Cross-sectional imaging is exquisitely suited for this task. The publication provides the practicing radiologist with a systematic and analytical tool to address the polymorphous aspects of metastases on CT, with a prarticular emphasis on their modalities of diffusion, structure and more or less usual localizations


CONTENT

1 Pathogenesis of the Metastatic Process -- 2 Modalities of Metastatic Diffusion -- Lymphatic Diffusion -- Lymphangitic Infiltration -- Hematogenous Diffusion -- Neoplastic Seeding -- Perineurial Diffusion -- Neoplastic Thrombosis -- Lepidic Diffusion -- 3 Structural Features of Metastases -- Calcified Metastases -- Pseudocystic Metastases -- Cavitation of Metastases -- Cystic Metastases -- Hemorrhagic Metastases -- Lipoid Metastases -- Infected Metastases -- 4 Anatomical Sites of Metastatic Colonization -- Classical Targets -- Rare Sites of Metastases -- Appendix 1 Bizarre Metastases -- Appendix 2 Differential Diagnosis Tables -- References


Medicine Radiology Oncology Medicine & Public Health Imaging / Radiology Oncology



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