Imaging of Epilepsy

Imaging of Epilepsy A Clinical Atlas

John M. Stern • Noriko Salamon 2022 The clinical evaluation of epilepsy has evolved over the recent decades to increasingly integrate brain imaging as a complement to seizure semiology and electroencephalography (EEG). Although diagnosing epilepsy can rely entirely upon the history of unprovoked seizures, determining the specific epilepsy diagnosis, which may be an epilepsy syndrome […]

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Anal Incontinence

Anal Incontinence

Ludovico Docimo • Luigi Brusciano Editors 2022 Clinical Management and Surgical Techniques Although benign, anal incontinence is a highly invalidating condition causing an important impairment to the patients’ quality of life. Its related social stigma concurs in the underestimation of its prevalence. Nowadays, a high number of patients still tend to avoid seeking medical care […]

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IAEA Atlas of Cardiac PET/CT

IAEA Atlas Of Cardiac PET CT-1

Marcelo F. Di Carli • Maurizio Dondi Raffaele Giubbini • Diana Paez Editors 2022 Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are responsible for 71% of deaths globally and, among them, cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death, accounting for almost 44%, followed by cancer with 22%, respiratory diseases with 9%, and diabetes with 4% (World Health […]

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Practical Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Practical Ultrasonography in Obstetrics and Gynecology 1st Edition-1

Taizhu Yang • Hong Luo Editors 2022 It is universally acknowledged that ultrasound examination plays a vital role in obstetrics and gynecology clinical practice. The rapid development of ultrasound technology broadens and deepens its clinical application. At the same time, the requirements for ultrasound diagnosis in obstetrics and gynecology are much higher. The diagnostic risk […]

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Neurocutaneous Disorders

Neurocutaneous Disorders 3rd Edition-1

Christos P. Panteliadis Ramsis Benjamin • Christian Hagel Editors 2022 A Clinical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach Six years have passed since the release of the second edition of the book Neurocutaneous Disorders—A Clinical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach. The good response from the readership on the one hand, and the quickly expanding knowledge about causative genetic […]

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