Atlas of Ultrasound Measurements

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Barry B. Goldberg, John P. McGahan
Mosby, 2006 - Medical - 481 pages
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This long-awaited New Edition is still the only source devoted entirely to ultrasound measurements. Inside, you'll find the most accurate coverage for all major pathologic entities-from the abdomen to the vascular system. Each measurement is based on an evidence-based approach in correlation with age, sex, and gestation stage. Coverage also includes the latest technologies, such as color Doppler.

  • Features measurements for hundreds of common entities from the abdomen, head and neck, genitourinary, gynecologic, and vascular system, providing definitive information on normal and variant ultrasound measurements.
  • Provides measurements based on a full spectrum of variations, including age, sex, and gestation stage.
  • Includes separate sections on first and second and third trimester pregnancies to help you determine the normal growth and development of the fetus.
  • Presents the highest accuracy rate possible through an evidence-based approach using multiple sources from the primary literature along with tables that collate the findings.

  • Uses all new images throughout, providing you with better image quality and accuracy.
  • Features color Doppler images coupled with conceptual line drawings that illustrate key observations for each measurement set.

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