4 edition of Radiology of the newborn and young infant found in the catalog.
Radiology of the newborn and young infant
Leonard E. Swischuk
|Statement||[by] Leonard E. Swischuk.|
|LC Classifications||RJ50 .S93|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 602 p.|
|Number of Pages||602|
|LC Control Number||73004257|
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Radiology of the Newborn and Young Infant 2nd Edition by Leonard E. Swischuk (Author)Cited by: The new edition of this popular textbook of pediatric radiology presents a clear and concise overview of pediatric disease in the neonate, infant, and young child. Organized by organ system, each chapter covers normal anatomy and variations, congenital anomalies, and common disease by: Imaging of the Newborn, Infant, and Young Child.
The new edition of this popular textbook of pediatric radiology presents a clear and concise overview of pediatric disease in the neonate, infant /5(4). If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordAuthor: David H.
Baker. Radiology of the newborn and young infant. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, © (OCoLC) Online version: Swischuk, Leonard E., Radiology of the newborn and young infant. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Leonard E Swischuk.
Imaging of the Newborn, Infant, and Young Child. The new edition of this popular textbook of pediatric radiology presents a clear and concise overview of pediatric disease in the neonate, infant, and young child. Organized by organ system, each chapter covers normal anatomy and variations, congenital anomalies, and common disease processes/5(7).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swischuk, Leonard E., Radiology of the newborn and young infant. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co.
The second edition of Dr Swischuk's book provides a much-needed comprehensive overview of neonatal and infant radiology. The text has been revised and updated, and has been greatly expanded to include reviews of recent developments and concepts in the study of gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and neurological problems encountered in the neonate and young : Vincent A.
Campanella. Radiology of the Newborn and Young Infant Radiology of the Newborn and Young Infant David H. Baker It may be the reproductions themselves, and one must bear in mind that when documenting rare conditions we frequently have to settle for less than the ideal in order not to overexpose our patients for "pretty pictures.".
Synopsis The new edition of this popular textbook of pediatric radiology presents a clear and concise overview of pediatric disease in the neonate, infant, and young child. Organized by organ system, each chapter covers normal anatomy and variations, congenital anomalies, and 5/5(4).
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& Canada: Outside U.S. & Canada: York, Pa: Williams & Wilkins, pp 1,; After a 9-year hiatus, of Imaging of the Newborn, Young Child is a welcome the third edition to Infant and contribution the pediatric radiology literature. The title of the book has been expanded to include the young child; thus, disease processes up to the age of 3 or 4 years are : Richard O'laughlin.
It is always with great anticipation that one begins to review one of Leonard Swischuk's many publications. In this particular instance I had the added interest of having reviewed the previous,edition of this book, then titled Radiology of the Newborn and Young Infant.
The change in title refleets much of what has changed Radiology of the newborn and young infant book the practice of imaging diseases in the younger : Jeremiah Kelleher. The Newborn Book is a comprehensive practical reference of physical findings in newborns.
With clear color photographs of each and every finding discussed, this easily accessible resource is essential for pediatricians, neonatologists, neonatal nurses and other healthcare professionals who provide primary care for newborns. Unique Features.
In summary, the fifth edition of Imaging of the Newborn, Infant, and Young Child remains a heroic (and progressively more so with each volume) effort on the broad imaging spectrum of pediatric diseases. Although the book certainly contains more than 80–90% of the information necessary to get through the busiest day, on occasion the Cited by: 8.
Radiology of the Newborn Infant 1. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click Pathologic features of respiratory distress syndromes in newborn infants.
Am J Roentgenol Radium Ther Nucl Med. Nov; 74 (5)–Cited by: 1. Radiology of the Newborn and Young Infant Hardcover – 1 Dec by Leonard E. Swischuk (Author)Author: Leonard E.
Swischuk. Swischuk LE () Radiology of the newborn and young infant, 2nd edn. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, p 27 Google Scholar Tausend ME, Stern WZ () Thymic pattern in the : E.
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There are many excellent pediatric radiology textbooks covering the subject, including Swischuk's exclusive and thorough coverage of the newborn and young infant. The main asset of this extensively illustrated volume is its size, making it possible for the reader to get a reasonably good overview of neonatal imaging in a few by: 1.
Abstract. In the newborn and young infant, the leading symptoms and signs of the respiratory system are mainly those of a respiratory distress syndrome, whereas older infants and children present a large variety of different symptoms and signs or severity in clinical : Georges L.
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Transient tachypnea of the newborn (TTN) is a benign, self-limited condition that can present in infants of any gestational age, shortly after birth. It is caused due to delay in clearance of fetal lung fluid after birth which leads to ineffective gas exchange, respiratory distress, and tachypnea.
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Tracheal buckling is a normal finding in young infants when it is more flexible. There is typically deviation of the trachea anteriorly and to the right (up to 90°) and any other configuration (i.e. to the left or posteriorly) should raise the possibility of underlying pathology. Practical points.
Care should be taken when evaluating the prevertebral soft tissues, which may be artificially. variety of syndromes, should conform to the standard skeletal survey protocol (see the Skeletal Survey Table below), with the following exceptions: a. Entire arms and legs can be exposed on a single film when the size of the child permits.
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