This book is a comprehensive guide to head and neck imaging for postgraduate trainees, radiologists and ENT surgeons, authored by internationally recognised experts from the University of Toronto.
Beginning with an introduction to imaging techniques, the following chapters are organised by anatomical region of the head and neck, including temporal bone, orbit, paranasal sinuses, thyroid and larynx.
Each section covers the embryology and anatomy of the region and common pathologic entities and disorders that may affect it. The final chapter discusses radiation oncology, providing an overview of its principles, radiobiology and radiophysics.
More than 1120 radiological images, diagrams and tables are included and each section ends with a detailed bibliography for further reading.
Comprehensive guide to head and neck imagingSections divided by anatomical region, each covering common pathologies and disordersIncludes section on radiation oncologyInternationally recognised, Canadian author team
Eugene Yu MD Department of Medical Imaging and Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, University Health Network, Mount Sinai Hospital and Women's College Hospital, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada Lalitha Shankar MD University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Imaging techniques in head and neck imaging Radiographic anatomy and pathology of the temporal bone Normal CT and MRI anatomy of the temporal bone Temporal bone pathology Imaging of the orbit Imaging of the paranasal sinuses Diseases of the nasopharynx Imaging of the masticator and parapharyngeal spaces Part I: The masticator space Part II: The parapharyngeal space Radiographic anatomy and pathology of the oral cavity Oropharynx Diseases of the parotid gland Perineural disease in the head and neck Imaging evaluation of cervical lymph nodes The larynx and the hypopharynx Carotid, prevertebral and perivertebral spaces Retropharyngeal space Perivertebral space Vascular lesions of the head and neck Diseases of the thyroid gland Introduction to radiation oncology