This concise integrated handbook looks at all available imaging methods for head and neck cancer, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of each method. The information is provided in a clinical context and will guide radiologists as to the information the clinician actually needs when managing a patient with head and neck cancer. It will also provide the clinician with the advantages and limitations of imaging. The text therefore deals with Ultrasound, CT and MRI. The initial chapters aim to give the reader a core knowledge, which can be used in imaging by the various methods described. The subsequent chapters are directed towards clinical problems and deal with the common cancers in a logical order.
Part I. The Main Imaging Modalities: 1. Ultrasound; 2. Computed tomography; 3. Magnetic resonance imaging; 4. Positron emission tomography; Part II. Common Head and Neck Tumours: 5. Nasopharynx; 6. Oral cavity and oropharynx; 7. Larynx and hypopharynx; 8. Oesophagus; 9. Salivary glands; 10. Thyroid; 11. Maxilla, sinuses; 12. Skull base.