This is a comprehensive "atlas" of the brain of the newborn infant as depicted by high-frequency ultrasound. For ease of use, the volume is arranged into distinct parts. Coverage begins with "echo-anatomy", then proceeds through congenital anomalies, in utero acquired brain damage, and perinatal injury. Where relevant, corresponding CT or MRI pictures are provided. Additional topics covered include Doppler imaging and the measurement of echodensity. Throughout the work, the authors maintain a focus on relevance for the practicing physician. Thoroughly illustrated with over 600 halftones and color plates, this is an impressively up-to-date and comprehensive book.