Table of Contents

Critical Care Radiology; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations; Contents; 1 Basic Principles: Radiologic Techniques and Radiation Safety; Radiologic Techniques in the Intensive Care Unit; Radiation Exposure and Radiation Safety; Communication, Reporting of Findings, and Teleradiology; 2 Thoracic Imaging of the Intensive Care Patient; Technique of Portable Chest Radiography; Communication between Radiologists and Clinicians; Catheters and Monitoring Devices; Pulmonary Hemodynamics and Edema in ICU Patients; Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome; Pneumonia. 6 Thoracic Imaging of the Pediatric Intensive Care PatientNormal Thoracic Findings in Newborns; During Mechanical Ventilation; Catheter Position: Normal Findings and Malposition; Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn (Wet Lung); Infantile Respiratory Distress Syndrome; Meconium Aspiration Syndrome; Neonatal Pneumonia; Complications during or after Mechanical Ventilation; Pulmonary Interstitial Emphysema; Pneumomediastinum; Pneumothorax; Postextubation Atelectasis; Hemorrhage; Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia; Congenital Lung Diseases with Respiratory Failure at Birth; Tracheoesophageal Fistulas. Acute Cholecystitis and CholangitisAcute (Pyelo)nephritis (Urosepsis); Acute Renal Failure; Acute Gastrointestinal Bleeding; Inflammatory Bowel Diseases; Infectious Enterocolitis; Pseudomembranous Enterocolitis; Graft-versus-Host Disease of the Bowel; Toxic Megacolon; Diverticulitis; Acute Intestinal Ischemia; 5 Imaging of Intensive Care Patients after Abdominal Surgery; Abdominal Drainage; Types of Abdominal Drains and their Applications; Feeding Tubes; Biliary Drainage; Urinary Tract Drainage; Normal Postoperative Findings; Postoperative (Physiologic) Fluid Collections. Aspiration and Aspiration PneumoniaPneumonia during Mechanical Ventilation; ARDS and Pneumonia; Septic Pneumonia; Pneumonia in Immunodeficient or Immunosuppressed Patients; Complications of Pneumonia; Atelectasis; Pneumothorax; Tension Pneumothorax; Pleural Effusion; Acute Pulmonary Embolism; 3 Imaging of Intensive Care Patients after Thoracic Surgery; Pneumonectomy; Lobectomy; Segmental Lung Resection; Sleeve Resection; Lung Transplantation; Cardiovascular Surgery; Heart Transplantation; Esophageal Surgery; 4 Acute Abdomen in Intensive Care Patients; Acute Pancreatitis. Postoperative (Physiologic) Intestinal AtonyPostoperative Pneumoperitoneum; Postoperative Complications; Postoperative Bleeding; Postoperative Sepsis and Focus Identification; Peritonitis; Abscess; Postoperative Bowel Obstruction; Complications of Specific Operations; After Esophageal Surgery; After Pancreatic Surgery (Whipple Operation); After Biliary Tract Surgery; After Cholecystectomy; After Colorectal Surgery; After (Partial) Nephrectomy; After Renal Transplantation; After Liver Transplantation; After Surgery or Stenting of an Aortic Aneurysm. Critical Care Radiology will enable readers to develop rapid, accurate diagnoses despite the many difficulties associated with the bedside evaluation, including time ...