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AuthorHassani, N. author
TitleUltrasonography of the Abdomen [electronic resource] / by N. Hassani
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1976
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-9869-4
Descript XVI, 127 p. online resource

SUMMARY

by Dr. Jan. J. Smulewicz Ultrasound imaging has reached a stage of sophistication whereยญ by diagnostic information can be gained without discomfort to the patient and with complete absence of morbidity and mortality. The procedure is quick, safe, noninvasive and in many instances can supersede and obviate more time-consuming procedures requiring catheterization, injection of a contrast material, and radiographic imaging. In obstetrical problems the danger of ionizing radiation to the fetus is eliminated. In debilitated and very ill patients this simple and painless method becomes the procedure of choice. Unique features of ultrasound equipment allow for pinpoint localยญ ization oflesions and direct visual guidance of percutaneous puncture techniques for aspiration and biopsy. The accuracy of ultrasound guided punctures and the absence of side effects make this modality far superior to percutaneous invasive techniques performed with other imaging systems. Renal cyst puncture and amniocentesis are but two of the procedures in which ultrasonic guidance is the method of choice. v Dr. Hassani has throughly explained and carefully explored the wide variety of examยญ inations available with ultrasound. The large volume of material and the clear interpre- tion makes this book of great interest to all of the medical profession. In addition to the existing methods available for diagnostic inยญ terpretations, this method of noninvasive diagnosis should find its way into every hospital or center where good medical care is provided. JanJ. Smulewicz, M.D


CONTENT

1 Principles of Ultrasonography -- Characteristics of Ultrasound -- Display Modes -- Equipment and Practical Aspects -- Artifacts in Ultrasonography -- Biophysical Effects of Ultrasound -- Genetic Effects of Ultrasound -- Practical Aspects of Sonolaparotomy -- Ultrasonic Identification -- 2 Hepatic Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Liver -- The Gallbladder -- The Biliary Tree -- 3 Splenic Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Spleen -- 4 Pancreatic Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Pancreas -- 5 Vascular Sonography -- The Abdominal Aorta -- The Inferior Vena Cava -- 6 Diaphragmatic Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Diaphragm -- 7 Sonography of Ascites -- Ascites -- 8 Sonography in Planning Radiation Therapy -- General Introduction -- Patient Contour -- Localization of Deep Lesions -- Organ Evaluation in Radiation Therapy -- Delineation of Port Margins -- 9 Retroperitoneal Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Retroperitoneum -- 10 Renal Sonography -- General Introduction -- The Kidney


Medicine Radiology Gastroenterology Hepatology Medicine & Public Health Ultrasound Hepatology Gastroenterology



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