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Angiography of Bone and Soft Tissue Lesions

Author: Issa Yaghmai
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1979.
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Many bone lesions have a characteristic roentgen appearance, while others create diagnostic dilemmas not only for the radiologist, but also for the pathologist and surgeon. Arteriography is helpful in the diagnosis of these difficult cases, which cannot be diagnosed with certainty by the combined data from plain radiographs and histologic material. Since therapy is depen dent on the specific diagnosis, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Issa Yaghmai
ISBN: 9783642671494 3642671497 9783642671517 3642671519
OCLC Number: 858929696
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1 Introduction --
1.1 Vascular Anatomy --
1.2 Arteriography --
2 Bone Forming Tumors --
2.1 Osteoma --
2.2 Osteoid Osteoma --
2.3 Benign Osteoblastoma --
2.4 Osteosarcoma --
2.5 Parosteal Osteosarcoma (Juxtacortical Osteosarcoma) --
3 Cartilage Forming Tumors --
3.1 Histopathology and Physiology of Cartilage Tissue --
3.2 Chondroma --
3.3 Osteochondroma --
3.4 Chondromyxoid Fibroma --
3.5 Benign Chondroblastoma --
3.6 Chondrosarcoma --
3.7 Mesenchymal Chondrosarcoma --
3.8 Synovial Chondromatosis (Paraarticular Chondromas) --
3.9 Synovial Sarcoma (Synovial Chondrosarcoma) --
3.10 Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis (Giant Cell Tumors of Tendon Sheaths and Joints) --
4 Giant Cell Tumors --
4.1 Giant Cell Tumors and Aneurysmal Bone Cysts --
4.2 Malignant Giant Cell Tumor of Soft Part --
5 Other Connective Tissue Tumors --
5.1 Lipoma --
5.2 Fibroma --
5.3 Desmoplastic Fibroma --
5.4 Fibrosarcoma --
5.5 Liposarcoma --
5.6 Benign Mesenchymoma --
6 Vascular Tumors --
6.1 Hemangioma --
6.2 Lymphangioma --
6.3 Hemangiopericytoma --
6.4 Glomus Tumor --
6.5 Hemangiosarcoma (Hemangioendothelioma) --
7 Bone Marrow Tumors --
7.1 Ewing's Sarcoma --
Reticulum Cell Sarcoma --
7.2 Myeloma --
8 Other Tumors --
8.1 Nerve Sheath Tumors --
8.2 Chordoma --
8.3 Adamantinoma of Long Bones (Malignant Angioblastoma) --
9 Tumor-Like Lesions --
9.1 Solitary Bone Cyst --
9.2 Fibrous Cortical Defects (Non-Osteogenic Fibroma) --
9.3 Juxta-Articular Bone Cyst (Intraosseous Ganglia) --
9.4 Fibrous Dysplasia --
9.5 Brown Tumors of Hyperparathyroidism --
9.6 Callus Formation --
9.7 Myositis Ossificans --
9.8 Pseudotumor of Hemophilia --
10 Metastatic Bone Disease --
10.1 Introduction --
10.2 Mechanism of Metastasis --
11 Infectious Diseases --
11.1 Osteomyelitis --
11.2 Echinococcus --
12 References.
Responsibility: by Issa Yaghmai.
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Many bone lesions have a characteristic roentgen appearance, while others create diagnostic dilemmas not only for the radiologist, but also for the pathologist and surgeon. Arteriography is helpful in the diagnosis of these difficult cases, which cannot be diagnosed with certainty by the combined data from plain radiographs and histologic material. Since therapy is depen dent on the specific diagnosis, and unnecessary radical surgery has been performed in the past for benign disease, the addition of arteriographic data may confirm or refute a diagnosis and be quite helpful to the patient and orthopedic surgeon. Issa Yaghmai has had a great interest in the angiography of bone lesions and has collected over 650 cases during the past 10 years. He has examined patients with virtually every type of bone lesion, and has faithfully cat alogued and recorded his findings along with those of the pathologist. The histologically doubtful cases were sent to other renowned bone patholo gists for opinions so that he could be as accurate as possible in correlating his angiographic findings with specific histologic diagnoses. His collection of bone arteriograms is surely one of the most extensive in the world. He has recorded in this volume the illustrations and information he has amassed, and supplemented it with pertinent information from an exhaustive review of the literature. Bone angiography is not for every patient with a bone lesion, and Issa carefully tells us when it will or will not help us in our differential diagnosis.

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