Published June 27, 2002
by Informa Healthcare .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
This has got to be the finest scrotal study since Sheynkin, Jung, Yoo, Schulsinger, and Komaroff exposeded scrotal hyperthermia in laptop computer users. Hricak has elevated the playing field with this book. Now there's a reference that explains all the scrotal questions that have been raised in discussion panels by: GENITOURINARY IMAGING MR Imaging of the Penis and Scrotum1 Traditionally, due to its low cost, ready availability, and proved diagnostic accuracy, ultrasonography (US) has been the primary imaging modality for the evaluation of scrotal and, to a lesser ex-tent, penile disease. However, US is limited by its relatively small. Imaging of the Scrotum and Penis by Matthew Rifkin. Imaging of the Scrotum and Penis creates an understanding of the embryology, anatomy, pathology and imaging findings in the variety of clinical problems that can and do affect the male patient. Features. Appropriate patient positioning is essential for imaging of the penis and scrotum. Patients should be placed supine on the imaging table, with a towel placed between the upper thighs to elevate the scrotum. The penis is dorsiflexed against the anterior abdominal wall and is taped in place to prevent by:
US is often the first-line imaging tool used to evaluate the genitals, and MR imaging, CT, and retrograde urethrography play an important supplementary role. Confident identification of normal and abnormal imaging appearances of the scrotum and penis allow radiologists to efficiently direct either prompt urologic repair or conservative by: Imaging of Traumatic Injuries to the Scrotum and Penis Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in American Journal of Roentgenology (6):W June with 93 Reads. In addition, the use of color-flow, power, and spectral Doppler techniques and high-resolution imaging facilitates accurate assessment of the integrity of the scrotum and penis, which is important in directing patient care by either surgical exploration or conservative by: MR imaging of the penis is facilitated by appropriate positioning of the patient. With the patient supine, a folded towel is placed between the patient’s legs inferior to the perineum, to elevate the scrotum and by:
Imaging of the Male Genitalia: : Rifkin, Matthew, Cochlin, Dennis L.: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Basket. Books Go Search Hello Select your address 4/5(1). Book review Imaging of the scrotum & penis. By MD Rifkin and DLI Cochlin, pp. , (Martin Dunitz Ltd, London, UK), £ ISBN 1 9Author: R H Corbett. Ultrasound imaging is characterized by a high sensitivity in diagnosing scrotal trauma. In ambiguous, doubtful cases, such as inflammation and trauma, multiple testicular hematomas or a tumor, magnetic resonance is the method of choice (27). Scrotal and penile trauma is an uncommon type of trauma injury. However, knowledge of scrotal and penile anatomy and the appropriate imaging findings associated with acute traumatic injuries is important in establishing the correct by: