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TitleDuplex and Color Doppler Imaging of the Venous System [electronic resource] / edited by Gerhard H. Mostbeck
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer, 2004
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Descript IX, 170 p. 264 illus., 135 illus. in color. online resource


The book provides a detailed, lucid, up-to-date account of the application of color duplex Doppler sonography in the diagnosis of pathologic conditions of the human venous system. Basic principles of duplex and color Doppler sonography are discussed, and examination techniques clearly explained. The interpretation of findings is elucidated with the assistance of numerous high-quality illustrations. All chapters are written by recognized experts in the field, ensuring that this volume will be of great value to all with an interest in sonography of the venous system


1 Basic Principles and Physics of Duplex and Color Doppler Imaging -- 2 Venous Duplex Doppler and Color Doppler Imaging Techniques -- 3 Venous Hemodynamics and Normal Doppler Findings in the Venous System -- 4 Doppler Imaging of Jugular Vein and Thoracic Inlet Venous Obstruction -- 5 Doppler Imaging of Liver Veins -- 6 Doppler Imaging of Abdominal Veins -- 7 Quantitative Assessment of Splanchnic Venous Hemodynamics by Doppler Techniques -- 8 Doppler Imaging of TIPS -- 9 Doppler Imaging of Lower Extremity Deep Venous Thrombosis -- 10 Preoperative Assessment of Varicosis of the Lower Extremity by Doppler Techniques -- 11 Venous Color Duplex Sonography of the Scrotum -- 12 Influences of Cardiac Pathology on Doppler Findings in the Venous System -- 13 Pediatric Aspects of Doppler Imaging of the Venous System -- Abbreviations -- List of Contributors

Medicine Dermatology Radiology Angiology Surgery Medicine & Public Health Imaging / Radiology Angiology Surgery Dermatology


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