Ultrasound in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Wiley, Aug 2, 2000 - Medical - 269 pages
This compact textbook lucidly shows how the various sonographic methods interconnect in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal and hepatological diseases. Short texts with a high information content and high-quality illustrations are presented in a didactically sophisticated arrangement and provide a comprehensive survey of modern diagnostic strategies. The main emphasis is on developments in sonography, including the application of echo contrast agents, and the advantages of three-dimensional imaging. Special attention is given to physical and technological principles of examination methods and all important gastrointestinal diseases. A double page is devoted to each clinical picture. The structure is identical in each case, making it easy for the user to take in all important facts at a glance.
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