Intraoperative, Laparoscopic, and Endoluminal Ultrasound
Robert Alan Kane
Churchill Livingstone, 1999 - Medical - 224 pages
Twenty-one experts in the field present comprehensive coverage of new and established techniques for both diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound-guided surgical interventions. 417 superbly reproduced images, with complete technical descriptions, depict these techniques.
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Technical Aspects of Intraoperative
Intraoperative Ultrasound of the Brain
Intraoperative Ultrasound of the Spinal
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abnormalities acoustic adjacent anal sphincter anatomy arrows assessment B-mode bile duct biliary biopsy cancer carcinoma carotid artery catheter catheter-based clinical colon colorectal cryosurgery cystic cysts demonstrates detection diagnosis disease distal duplex Doppler echogenic ELUS endarterectomy Endoluminal ultrasound endoscopic endoscopic ultrasound endosonography esophageal evaluation Figure flow focal gastric gland hepatic artery hepatic vein high-resolution hyperechoic hypoechoic identified inferior vena cava internal anal sphincter intra intraoperative ultrasound invasion IOSS IOUS laparoscopic layer lesions liver lobe localization Longitudinal lumen lymph nodes mass metastases mucosa muscle muscularis propria needle nodule normal operating room pancreatic patients performed portal vein posterior preoperative procedure prostate radiologist Radiology real-time rectal wall rectum renal artery resection right hepatic scan segment sonogram sonography sterile structures Surg surgeon surgery surgical technique thoracoscopy thrombus tion tissue transducer Transrectal tumor ultra ultrasonography ultrasound imaging ultrasound probe ureter varices vessels visualization