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By Rita Agarwala

This e-book provides an enormous selection of radiologic photographs of instances obvious in a truly busy emergency room. It encompasses universal and intensely strange pathology and each imaging modality. The e-book is split into 4 components on pathology of the vascular procedure, chest, stomach and pelvis and reproductive organs. pictures bought with the modalities that most sensible depict the abnormality in query are offered, with marking of the salient pathology and rationalization of the irregular imaging positive aspects in concise captions. at any time when attainable, differential prognosis is roofed utilizing additional photographs and suggestions can be supplied on collection of extra modalities to substantiate the analysis. The booklet can assist citizens to investigate assorted ailments and relate pathophysiology to imaging and help scholars in appreciating what's irregular. it will likely be an invaluable advisor for the busy training radiologist and relief clinicians in realizing the complexity of those circumstances and providing higher centred treatment.

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The vein is distended by the thrombus with peripheral rim of contrast flow (arrows) proximally. The distal vein is completely thrombosed Fig. 6 Thrombus in the SMV—chronic. History of cirrhosis and hemoperitoneum. (a–c) CECT axial, coronal, and sagittal reformatted images show eccentric chronic thrombus in distal SMV (thin arrow). High-density hemorrhagic ascites is distending the abdomen (thick arrow) Venous Thrombosis 31 Diagnosis Imaging Findings Bilateral Gonadal Vein Thrombus 1. Dilated gonadal veins bilaterally distended with thrombus.

Dilated paracholedochal veins around the thrombosed portal vein 3. Portosystemic collateral varices Fig. 22 Cavernous transformation of the portal vein and superior mesenteric vein. A patient with chronic pancreatitis and portal vein thrombosis. (a) Axial CT shows thrombus in the main portal vein (white arrow) with dilated vasa vasorum enhancing the thick wall of the portal vein (thin black arrow). Calcification in the pancreas from chronic pancreatitis (black arrowhead). (b) Axial CT shows thrombus in intrahepatic portal veins (white arrows) with dilated paracholedochal veins (black arrows) around the portal vein and varicose veins in the stomach (arrowheads).

D) Longitudinal grayscale ultrasound shows echogenic thrombus at the periphery (arrow also in e) and sonolucent thrombus at the center distending the internal jugular vein. (e) No color flow in transverse color Doppler study. (f) Spectral study shows absent spectral waves 36 Fig. 11 Thrombus brachiocephalic veins. Patient with small-cell lung cancer. CECT (a) coronal reformatted image shows thrombus in the right (short arrow) and left (long arrow) subclavian veins and in the right innominate vein (arrowhead).

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