1 - Instrumentation G. Rizzatto
2 - Ultrasound contrast media in superficial structures B.B. Goldberg
3 - Morphology and structure G. Rizzatto
4 - Spectral and color Doppler signals E. Ueno
5 - Thyroid gland L. Solbiati
6 - Parathyroid glands C. Fugazzola
7 - Masses of the neck J.N. Bruneton
8 - US-guided interventional procedures in the neck L. Solbiati
9 - Salivary glands F. Candiani, C. Martinoli
10- Breast R. Chersevani
11- Testis and scrotum G. Rizzatto
12- Penis U. Patel
13- Eye and orbit G. Serafini
14- Skin and subcutaneous tissue S. Baldassarre
15- Lymph nodes J.N. Bruneton, L Rubaltelli
16- Peripheral nerves L. DePra
17- Muscles L.E. Derchi
18- Tendons L. DePra
19- Joints L.E. Derchi
20- US-guided interventional procedures in the musculoskeletal system (French group, G. Serafini)
21- Bone and callus G. Rizzatto
A new edition of this highly practical text aimed at the diagnostic radiologist and ultrasonographer which describes the techniques and clinical applications of high frequency ultrasound in the evaluation of superficial structures.
Practical text covering a growing area of diagnostic radiology. Will serve as a clear, authoritative guide to a technique which will be new to many radiologists
Only book to treat high frequency imaging of superficial organs within a single volume. The reader will not be forced to consult many separate texts--can find everything in a single accessible resource.
Contains over 700 high quality photos and illustrations (300 four colour images).Invaluable visual guide to someone learning the technique.
Sonographic, colour doppler and histopathological images correlated throught to provide a comprehensive and accurate diagnostic evaluation.
- All chapters thoroughly revised and updated to incorporate latest clinical applications of high frequency transducers.
- Over 200 new illustrations to replace obsolete images
- Chapters on Contrast media, Thyroid, Breast and Skin significantly expanded.
- Introduction of diagnostic key points in each chapter
- New chapter on the evaluation of the pediiatric/neonatal patient.