This second volume of 'The Imaging of Tropical Diseases' describes a further wide variety of parasitic infections and other diseases, including benign and malignant tumors, that are commonly found in the tropics or affect those who have lived or travelled there. Some are widespread, others restricted to specific geographical or climatic regions; almost all affect countless patients, some with generalized illnesses, others with limited involvement which may nonetheless be serious for the individual. There are numerous images at the important stages of the diseases, with photographs and histopathological sections to help understand the clinical progress of the disease, and often the response to treatment. These two volumes will be of great value to all who care for patients with tropical diseases, clinicians as well as radiologists.Even when an automatic units is installed in a small hospital, manual processing should also be available in all rural areas so that, even when there is no ... These tanks must be large enough to hold several chest x-ray films on hangers.
|Title||:||The imaging of tropical diseases|
|Author||:||Philip E.S. Palmer, Maurice M. Reeder|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2000-11-08|