Obstetric Ultrasound: How, why and when
Elsevier Churchill Livingstone, 2004 - Diagnostic ultrasonic imaging - 264 pages
A highly illustrated, practical introduction to the practice of obstetric ultrasound which provides a step by step guide for those new to ultrasound as well as a source of reference for the more experienced ultrasonographer. Details the use of ultrasound n all aspects of pregnancy and its complications and in many commonly encountered gynaecological situations. Described by a reviewer of the second edition as "almost a DIY guide for all students, doctors, midwives and tutors who want to provides quality service to their clients".
Problems of early pregnancy 51
Scanning the nonpregnant pelvis 63
Ultrasound and infertility 79
11 other sections not shown
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