A water feature transforms a garden into a haven, giving movement and peace, as well as a focus.
Peter May is a landscaper and garden designer who specializes in water gardens. His career has involved designing and building a prize winning water garden at the Chelsea Flower Show and a water-saving garden that gained an award from the British Association of Landscape Industries. Peter writes regular articles for magazines and is the author of several books on water garden construction and maintenance.
At fifty three years old and I have perhaps 1/3 of my life left to be lived. I have spent several years facing the fact of my mortality. I wrote the following words when I was eighteen. I still believe them whole heartedly. My Guiding Philosophy 1979 We are what we are We do what we do We are nothing less And nothing more than What we choose to be J.J. Nugent Disclaimer What I have done and what I will do with my life is up to me. What you do with your life is completely up to you. You have no one to blame for your choices, except for you. For every choice we make in life there is a consequence. If you do not like the outcome of your choices; often you can make changes now. I accept no responsibility for your choices and consequences. You will become what you choose
This book presents a wealth of images of the different diseases and conditions encountered in the field of uroradiology with the aim of enabling the reader to recognize lesions, to interpret them appropriately and to make correct diagnoses. The images have been selected because they depict typical or classic findings and provide a route to lesion recognition that is superior to memorization of descriptions. The imaging modalities represented include CT, CT angiography, CT urography, MRI, MRA, MRU, diffusion-weighted MRI and ADC mapping, dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI, sonography, conventional angiography, excretory urography, retrograde pyelography, cystography, urethrography and voiding cystourethrography. For each depicted case, important imaging features are highlighted and key points identified in brief accompanying descriptions. Readers will find that the book provides excellent guidance in the selection of imaging modalities and facilitates diagnosis. It will be an ideal ready source of information on key imaging features of urinary tract diseases for medical students, residents, fellows and physicians handling these diseases.