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Imaging in Pediatric Pulmonology

  • Robert H. Cleveland

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Dennis Rosen, Jason E. Lang, Andrew A. Colin
    Pages 1-14
  3. Andrew A. Colin, Dennis Rosen
    Pages 15-19
  4. Jeanne S. Chow, Robert H. Cleveland
    Pages 21-30
  5. Edward Y. Lee
    Pages 31-38
  6. Jason E. Lang, Robert H. Cleveland, Kara Palm, Neil Mardis, Edward Y. Lee, Umakanth Khatwa
    Pages 39-56
  7. Robert H. Cleveland, Edward Y. Lee, Mary Shannon Fracchia, Dennis Rosen
    Pages 57-80
  8. Robert H. Cleveland, Lawrence Rhein
    Pages 81-97
  9. Sanjay P. Prabhu, Edward Y. Lee, Annabelle Quizon
    Pages 155-175
  10. Gulraiz Chaudry, Edward Y. Lee
    Pages 177-191
  11. Jeanne S. Chow, Ellen M. Chung, Andrew A. Colin, Robert H. Cleveland, Gregory S. Sawicki
    Pages 193-248
  12. Efraim Sadot
    Pages 249-263
  13. Benjamin A. Nelson, Edward Y. Lee, Shashi H. Ranganath
    Pages 265-298
  14. Annabelle Quizon
    Pages 299-305
  15. Dubhfeasa Maire Slattery, Veronica Donoghue
    Pages 307-328
  16. Pradeep Govender, Meguru Watanabe, Ahmad I. Alomari
    Pages 329-352
  17. Gary Visner, Debra Boyer, Edward Y. Lee
    Pages 353-358
  18. Dorothy Bulas, Alexia Egloff
    Pages 359-372
  19. Anne Cameron Coates, Robert G. Zwerdling
    Pages 373-376

About this book


Imaging in Pediatric Pulmonology is a definitive reference to imaging and differential diagnosis for pediatric pulmonology.  Diseases and disorders seen in everyday clinical practice are featured, including infections, developmental disorders, airway abnormalities, diffuse lung diseases, focal lung diseases, and lung tumors.  Organized to support the clinical thought process, the text begins with a series of clinical algorithms that provide a starting point for formulating a diagnosis.  The physician will be able to identify the differentials by symptom complex and accordingly determine what test would be effective and how to proceed.  The balance of the book is image-based and presents a comprehensive, multi-modality approach, with an emphasis on plain film and cross-sectional imaging.  The imaging sections are correlated with pathology and clinical findings to help readers learn what the modality of choice can enable them to see. 

Edited by Robert H. Cleveland, MD, Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Diagnostic Radiology at Children’s Hospital Boston, the book includes a talented group of associate editors and contributing authors who are noted experts in pathology, pulmonology, and radiology, making Imaging in Pediatric Pulmonology an ideal reference for all physicians involved in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric pulmonary issues.


Clinical Imaging Paediatric Pathalogic Pediatric Pulmonary

Editors and affiliations

  • Robert H. Cleveland
    • 1
  1. 1.Children's Hospital Boston, Dept. RadiologyHarvard Medical SchoolBostonUSA

About the editors

Editor: Robert H. Cleveland, MD, is Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Diagnostic Radiology at Children’s Hospital Boston.

Associate Editor - Pathology: Claire Langston, MD, is Staff Pathologist at Texas Children's Hospital, and Professor of Pathology at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston.

Associate Editor - Pulmonology: Andrew A. Colin, MD, is Clinical Director of Pulmonary Medicine, and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Boston.

Associate Editor - Imaging: Edward Y. Lee, MD, is a Staff Radiologist at Children's Hospital Boston and an Assistant Professor of Radiology at Harvard Medical School.

Assistant Editor - Imaging: Jeanne Chow, MD, is a Staff Radiologist and Director of Fluoroscopy and Genitourinary Imaging at Children's Hospital Boston

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From the reviews:

“The book is a multi-author subspecialty text focusing on a single organ system, the lungs. Although chiefly written by and for radiologists, there are important contributions from pediatric pathology and clinical pediatric pulmonology. … Students of pediatric radiology at all levels will be well rewarded for the reading investment. … I certainly recommend the book to fellows in both pediatric radiology and pediatric pulmonology. These groups stand to gain the most from its assets.” (Brent Adler, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 44, 2014)