Introduction to vascular ultrasonography
Presenting an updated revision of a popular text covering vascular anatomy and the rationale for vascular ultrasound studies. Expert contributors cover the basics and then move on to discuss cerebrovascular diagnosis, extremity arterial and venous studies, and abdominal diagnosis. This comprehensive Fourth Edition includes additional coverage on physiological studies, an expanded version of the upper extremity chapter and a new chapter on assessment of vasculogenic impotence. Extensive color-duplex illustrations are featured throughout the text.
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