Introduction to Vascular Ultrasonography
William J. Zwiebel
Saunders, 1992 - Medical - 423 pages
This revised 3rd edition includes information on vascular anatomy, the rationale for vascular ultrasound studies, duplex ultrasound techniques, normal duplex findings and duplex manifestations of vascular sonography. Contributors first cover the basics and then move on to discuss cerebrovascular diagnosis, extremity arterial and venous studies and abdominal diagnoses. 95% of this edition has been revised to show the dramatic advances in vascular diagnostic techniques and it includes all aspects of duplex sonography, which has replaced many of the traditional non-invasive vascular diagnosis techniques. Each section of the volume provides detailed anatomical, technological and diagnostic information, as well as clinical background for the studies in question. This volume also includes a chapter on non-imaging arterial diagnostic approaches.
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