Obstetric Ultrasound: How, why and when
Highly illustrated and practical, this introduction to obstetric ultrasound provides a step-by-step guide for those new to ultrasound as well as a source of reference for the more experienced ultrasonographer. The content details the use of ultrasound in all aspects of pregnancy, as well as many other commonly encountered gynecological situations.
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Physics and instrumentation
Preparing to scan
First trimester ultrasound
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