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AuthorHassani, Sam N. author
TitleUltrasound in gynecology and obstetrics [electronic resource] / by Sam N. Hassani
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1978
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-6254-1
Descript XX, 182 p. online resource

SUMMARY

by Dr. Donald L. King The past decade has seen the ascent of ultrasonography to a preeminent position as a diagnostic imaging modality for obstetrics and gynecology. It can be stated without qualification that modern obstetrics and gynecology cannot be practiced without the use of diagnostic ultrasound, and in particular, the use of ultrasonograยญ phy. Ultrasonography quickly and safely provides detailed, highยญ resolution images of the pelvic organs and gravid uterus. The quality and quantity of diagnostic information obtained by ultraยญ sonography far exceeds anything previously available and has had a revolutionary impact on the management of patients. Highยญ resolution static images permit the intrauterine diagnosis of fetal growth retardation and fetal abnormalities. In addition to tradiยญ tional images, newer dynamic imaging techniques allow observaยญ tion of fetal motion, cardiac pulsation, and respiratory efforts. The use of ultrasonography for guidance has greatly augmented the safety and utility of amniocentesis. One of the great virtues of diagnostic ultrasound has been its apparent safety. At present energy levels, diagnostic ultrasound appears to be without any injurious effect. Although all the availaยญ ble evidence suggests that it is a very safe modality and that the benefit to risk ratio is very high, the actual safety margin for its use Vll as yet remains unknown. As a consequence, practitioners are urged to limit its use only to those situations in which genuine clinical indicaยญ tions exist and real benefit to the patient is likely to result


CONTENT

1 principles of ultrasonography -- Characteristics of Ultrasound -- Equipment and Practical Aspects of use -- References -- 2 gynecologic ultrasound -- General Introduction -- Anatomy -- Sonolaparotomy -- Ultrasonic Characterization of Gynecologic Tumor Masses -- Ultrasonic Differential Diagnoses of Ovarian Masses -- Congenital Anomalies -- Inflammatory Pelvic Lesions -- References -- 3 ultrasonography in obstetrics -- General Introduction -- Patient History -- Palpation of the Abdomen before Examination -- Changes in Uterine Size during Pregnancy -- Sonoanatomy -- Sonolaparotomy -- Sonofluoroscopy of the Pregnant Uterus -- Sonophysiology of Pregnancy -- Presentation and Position -- Differential Diagnosis -- Multiple Pregnancy -- Spurious Pregnancy or Pseudocyesis -- The Placenta -- Fetal Evaluation -- Anomalies of Pregnancy -- Abnormal Fetuses -- Associated Abnormalities in Pregnancy -- References -- 4 ultrasonography of gynecologically and obstetrically related medical and surgical disorders -- Ultrasonography of the Urinary Tract in Gynecologic Disorders -- Ultrasonography of the Liver in Gynecologic Disorders -- Ultrasonography of Ascites in Gynecologic Disorders -- Ultrasonography of the Retroperitoneal Area in Gynecologic Disorders -- Ultrasonography of Renal Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Cardiac Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Gastroenteric Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Hepatic Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Gallbladder and Billiary Tract Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Pancreatic Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Splenic Disorders in Obstetrics -- Ultrasonography of Thyroid Disorders in Obstetrics -- References


Medicine Obstetrics Radiology Medicine & Public Health Ultrasound Obstetrics/Perinatology



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