Clinical Radiology of Head and Neck Tumors 2018
Radiology is an integral part of the management of head and neck tumors. With rapid technological advancements, there are a plethora of imaging modalities available to the clinicians. Choosing the best pattern for a given clinical situation is of paramount importance to help decide the appropriate treatment. This Clinical Radiology of Head and Neck Tumors 2018 book will be of immense help not only to residents and trainees in the head and neck field but too young consultants as well to help stage, diagnose, and decide on appropriate treatment.
The Clinical Radiology of Head and Neck Tumors 2018 book is well structured with an initial chapter on conventional radiology followed by ten episodes focusing different subsites of the head and neck. Each section very lucidly identifies the investigation of choice for the different stages of cancer or particular situations and conditions. It does an easy reading of bullet point presentation and justifications. Some images of routine clinical scenarios will be an asset to the clinicians when confronted to read an image in the outpatient department.
Also, there are artistic images of conditions such as angiofibroma, dumbbell salivary tumor, and paraganglioma where radiology is pathognomonic in establishing the diagnosis. The authors very thoughtfully have listed some of the classical publications in the field at the end for the connoisseurs who desire a more in-depth understanding of the subject.
The Clinical Radiology of Head and Neck Tumors 2018 book is not a substitute for a radiological textbook but is more clinically focused. Two of the authors being surgeons have helped make it more practical and relevant to the clinician. It is a must-read for all those concerned with the management of head and neck tumors.