Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition PDF download

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Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition PDF download

Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition PDF download
Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition

Hi Have you been in CT Radiology Room..?? Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition PDF download Ideally suited for CT courses in radiologic technology programs, or for stand-alone CT programs, this text prepares students both for mastery of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) General Radiography and Computed Tomography exams.

Superb book with complete set of questions and Answers .The text also includes features and resources to ease the transition into actual clinical setting. Organized around the three major ARRT content categories, Romans incorporates student-friendly Clinical Application boxes to add real-world relevance. Highlighted key terms, Key Concept boxes, and chapter review questions, suggested reading, and other features help to ensure mastery of the topics.

What is the appropriate treatment of a type I choledochal cyst?
Cyst excision with Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy.
❍ Where are primary bile salts converted to secondary bile salts?
In the small intestine.
❍ What are the complications of total portosystemic shunts?
Encephalopathy and hepatic failure.
❍ How is the endothelial lining of the hepatic sinusoid different from other capillaries and what is its significance?

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It has large fenestrations. Consequently, it has a permeability of approximately 30 times that of other capillaries. Thus, filtration through the sinusoid is much faster. In addition, there is a space on the tissue side of the sinusoid (the space of Disse), giving the hepatocyte a large surface for contact with the filtered fluid in the extravascular space.

Golden Points from Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book1st  Edition

  • What are the elements of Charcot’s triad?
    fever with chills, and biliary colic.
  • What organisms are most commonly involved in bacterial cholangitis?
    E. coli, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas, enterococci, and proteus.
  • What are the common complications of choledocholithiasis?
    Secondary biliary cirrhosis, acute pancreatitis, and intrahepatic abscesses.
  • How is the caudate lobe different from the other segments of the liver, with respect to its vascular supply?
    It receives blood from the right and left hepatic arteries and the portal vein. Most of the venous blood drains directly into the vena cava.
  • What percentage of normal persons has classic hepatic arterial anatomy (a single hepatic artery arising from the celiac axis and dividing into the left and right hepatic arteries)?
    50%.
  • What are the risk factors for HCC?
    Aflatoxins, low protein intake, hepatitis B and C, and cirrhosis.
  • How is alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) helpful in following patients with cirrhosis for the development of cancer?
    A rising AFP predicts development of HCC.
  • How does cirrhosis affect the outcome of liver resection?
    The cirrhotic liver regenerates poorly and may not fully recover after extensive liver resection. Hepatic failure may ensue.

Computed Tomography for Technologists A Comprehensive Text book 1st edition PDF download