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By John A. Andreou, Paris A. Kosmidis, Athanasios D. Gouliamos, Effimia P. Vrakidou, Vassilios K. Prassopoulos, Theodoros P. Vassilakopoulos

ISBN-10: 3319273787

ISBN-13: 9783319273785

ISBN-10: 3319273809

ISBN-13: 9783319273808

Drawing on an in depth sequence of situations, this publication describes and illustrates intimately the FDG-PET/CT appearances of the most typical lymphomas in either adults and kids, overlaying displays at a variety of anatomic websites. furthermore, all different elements of the present program of FDG-PET/CT within the review and administration of sufferers with malignant lymphomas are defined. complete causes are supplied of the capability advantages and obstacles of complex PET/CT recommendations and applied sciences that aid novel chemotherapy and radiotherapy techniques within the therapy of lymphoma, and specific consciousness is paid to the main problem of incorporating development in quantitative imaging know-how into radiotherapy therapy making plans, information, and tracking. This medical case-based atlas can be a useful instrument for radiologists, hematologists, and medical oncologists.

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Cervical lymph nodes are divided in seven levels, numbered from I to VII. Some node categories of the head and neck region are not included in the numbered system and retain their anatomical names. The anatomic boundaries between nodal levels, as defined on axial slices of neck CT and MRI exams, are the following (Fig. 1): Level I nodes are those located above the hyoid bone, below the mylohyoid muscle, and anterior to a transverse line drawn on each axial CT/MRI image through the posterior edge of the submandibular gland.

In 1981 [4, 5]. Cervical lymph nodes are divided in seven levels, numbered from I to VII. Some node categories of the head and neck region are not included in the numbered system and retain their anatomical names. The anatomic boundaries between nodal levels, as defined on axial slices of neck CT and MRI exams, are the following (Fig. 1): Level I nodes are those located above the hyoid bone, below the mylohyoid muscle, and anterior to a transverse line drawn on each axial CT/MRI image through the posterior edge of the submandibular gland.

Level II nodes extend from the skull base to the lower margin of the hyoid bone. They lie posterior to a transverse line drawn on each axial image through the posterior edge of the submandibular gland (level IB nodes lie anterior to this line). They are also located anterior to a transverse line drawn through the posterior edge of the sternocleidomastoid muscle (level V nodes lie posterior to this line). Nodes situated within 2 cm of the skull base that lie anterior, lateral, or posterior to the carotid sheath are classified as level II.

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PET/CT in Lymphomas: A Case-Based Atlas by John A. Andreou, Paris A. Kosmidis, Athanasios D. Gouliamos, Effimia P. Vrakidou, Vassilios K. Prassopoulos, Theodoros P. Vassilakopoulos


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