By Claus Claussen
Dx-Direct is a sequence of 11 Thieme books overlaying the most subspecialties in radiology. It comprises the entire situations you're probably to work out on your usual operating day as a radiologist. for every or ailment you can find the knowledge you wish -- with simply the precise point of detail.Whether you're a resident or a trainee, getting ready for board examinations or simply searching for a perfectly equipped reference:Dx-Direct is the high-yield selection for you!The sequence covers the whole spectrum of radiology subspecialties including:BrainGastrointestinalCardiacBreastUrogenitalVascularSpinalHead and NeckMusculoskeletalPediatricThoracicDx-Direct will get to the point:Definitions, Epidemiology, Etiology, and Imaging symptoms ordinary Presentation, treatment plans, path and diagnosis Differential analysis, information and Pitfalls, and key References ... all mixed with top quality diagnostic photographs.
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In- dicated mainly for congenital valve disease. Clinical Aspects ............................................................................................ ~ Typical presentation Remains asymptomatic for years. Late stages are marked by angina pectoris and exertional dyspnea.
Treatment options Initial pharmacologic treatment as for heart failure • P-blockers should be avoided as they prolong diastole and are negatively inotropic! • Eventual surgical valve replacement. ~ Course and prognosis Very good in asymptomatic patients. Up to 2 %of patients per year develop LV dysfunction. Annual mortality rate among patients with angina pectoris is up to 10% • Reaches 20% in patients with symptoms of heart failure. Prognosis improves with early operative treatment. ~ What does the clinician want to know1 Hemodynamic significance of the aortic insufficiency (regurgitant fraction, LV dilatation, EF) • Aortic disease.
Typical presentation Dyspnea. Edema. Fatigue. Decreased exercise tolerance. complaints. Cardiac arrhythmias . Castrointestinal •.. Treatment options Underlying disease is treated whenever possible. Medical stabilization of heart failure. Cardiac resynchronization if indicated • ICD implantation or heart transplantation. 3 Severe heart failure due to three-vessel CHD. Chest radiographs show cardiomegaly. pulmonary vascular dilatation, Kerley B lines. 4 angle. MR image of the same patient and long-axis view demonstrate tion scars (arrows).
Cardiac Imaging (Direct Diagnosis in Radiology) by Claus Claussen