Thieme Clinical Companions Ultrasound

Günter Schmidt

  • Auflage: 1 2007
  • Seitenanzahl: 480 S. , 1091 Abb. , Broschiert (KB)
  • ISBN: 9783131427113
  • Medientyp: Buch
  • Sprache: Englisch

€ 29,99* [D]

€ 30,90* [A]

Produktinformationen Thieme Clinical Companions Ultrasound
This compact book provides radiologists, ultrasonographers, residents, and trainees with a handy, portable guide to managing problems in the everyday setting. The first section of the book provides a thorough review of basic physical and technical principles and examination techniques. In the second section of the book, the author helps the clinician answer such questions as: What differential diagnoses should be considered for specific signs and symptoms? When can ultrasound advance the diagnosis? What are the typical sonographic signs that suggest a diagnosis? The book describes systematic approaches to the ultrasound examination of specific organs and organ systems, postoperative ultrasound, with emphasis on scanning protocols, normal findings, and possible abnormal findings and their significance. Color-coded sections aid rapid reference to topics of interest., G. Schmidt, This is the perfect guide to the use of ultrasound for medical students, residents, and radiology technicians. To aid quick reference and review, this Clinical Companion is organized into the following color-coded sections: Basic Principles: Physical and technical principles, ultrasound examination techniques, documentation and reporting, function studies, and interventional ultrasound are covered in this part. Ultrasound Investigation of Specific Signs and Symptoms: What are the typical sonographic signs that suggest a diagnosis? What differential diagnoses should you consider for specific signs and symptoms? Find out by looking up principal signs and symptoms such as upper abdominal pain, palpable masses, edema, joint swelling, etc. Ultrasound of Specific Organs and Organ Systems: A systematic approach to the ultrasound examination of specific organs and organ systems, with emphasis on scanning protocols, normal findings, and possible abnormal findings and their significance, is provided in this part of the book. Features of this book: - More than 1000 illustrations, including color Doppler images - Special chapters on ultrasound of the joints, carotid arteries, postoperative ultrasound, and the search for occult tumors - Innovative, user-friendly layout Also available by the author: Differential Diagnosis in Ultrasound Imaging: A Teaching Atlas 2006, 518 pages, 2397 illustrations, hardcover