Applications of Sonography in Head and Neck Pathology
Springer Science & Business Media, 2002 - Medical - 332 pages
This book, edited by one of the most distinguished specialists in the field, provides a comprehensive update on the use of sonography for imaging of the cervical region. All of the new technical modalities are considered in depth, including high-definition gray scale, enhanced color Doppler, and ultrasound contrast agents. Detailed morphological descriptions of numerous pathological processes are provided, followed by thorough discussion of differential diagnostic problems. In addition to presenting the basic information indispensable for physicians dealing with this anatomic region (ENT specialists, endocrinologists, specialists in vascular disease), each chapter reviews the most recent imaging findings with which physicians using sonography should be familiar. The book is original in addressing the examination of a particular anatomic region using a first-line imaging technique. It will have wide appeal and will be of great value to readers.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.