This fourth edition provides clinicians with the latest information on the role of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Divided into three sections, the book begins with an introduction to the use of ultrasound, followed by its application in both pregnant women and in the diagnosis of gynaecological disorders.
The new edition has been fully revised and includes new chapters on fallopian tube ultrasound, HD live Silhouette and HD live Flow, 3D ultrasound in prenatal diagnosis, foetal face, and 4D ultrasound. A complete section onFoetal Therapy has also been added covering stem cell and gene therapy, ultrasound guided interventions, and open foetal surgery.
Authored by recognised experts from Croatia and the USA, this comprehensive manual is enhanced by nearly 2000 ultrasound images, illustrations and tables.
- Fully revised, fourth edition presenting latest information on ultrasound in obstetrics and gynaecology
- Includesmany new topics
- Authored by recognised experts from Croatia and the USA
- Previousedition (9789350252598) published in 2011
General Aspects · Safety Of Ultrasound In Obstetrics And Gynecology · Development Of 3D Ultrasound · Artifacts, Pitfalls And Normal Variants · Routine Use Of Obstetric Ultrasound · Medico-Legal Issues In Obstetric And Gynecologic Ultrasound Obstetrics · Fetal And Maternal Physiology And Ultrasound Diagnosis · Hdlive Silhouette And HDlive Flow – New Application Of 3D Ultrasound In Prenatal Diagnosis · Normal And Abnormal Early Pregnancy · Ectopic Pregnancy: Diagnosing And Treating The Challenge · Sonographic Determination Of Gestational Age · Trophoblastic Disease · First Trimester Ultrasound Screening For Fetal Anomalies · Fetal Biometry · Doppler Ultrasound: State Of The Art · Guidelines For The Doppler Assessment Of The Umbilical And Middle Cerebral Arteries In Obstetrics ·Ultrasound And Doppler Management Of Intrauterine Growth Restriction · Fetal Central Nervous System · Corpus Callosum And Three-Dimensional Ultrasound · Detection Of Limb Malformations - The Role Of 3-D/4-D Ultrasound · The Fetal Thorax · Three- And Four-Dimensional Evaluation Of The Fetal Heart · Spatial And Temporal Image Correlation And Other Volume Ultrasound Techniques In The Fetal Heart Evaluation After 10 Years Of Practice · Malformations Of The Gastrointestinal System · Diagnostic Sonography Of Fetal Urinary Tract Anomalies · The Fetal Musculoskeletal System ·Sonographic Assessment Of The Umbilical Cord · Placenta – From Basic Facts To Highly Sophisticated Placenta Accreta Story · Measurement Of Cervical Length · Monochorionicity: Unveiling The Black Box · Ultrasonography And Birth Defects · Postpartum Ultrasound · Three-Dimensional Sonoembryology · 3D Ultrasound In The Visualization Of Fetal Anatomy In The Three Trimesters Of Pregnancy · 3D Ultrasound In Detection Of Fetal Anomalies · Fetal Behavior Assessed By 4D Sonography · Ultrasound-Guided Fetal Invasive Procedures · Chorionic Villus Sampling · Amniocentesis And Fetal Blood Sampling · Invasive Genetic Studies In Multiple Pregnancy · Overview Of Fetal Therapy · In Utero Pharmacologic Treatment · Ultrasound-Guided Fetal Intervention · Stem Cell And Gene Therapy ·Fetoscopic Interventions · Open Fetal Surgery · Fetal Face And 4D · Value Of 3D Ultrasound In The Detection Of Fetal Syndromes · Ultrasound Role In Perinatal Infection Gynecology · Normal Female Reproductive Anatomy · Uterine Lesions: Advances In Ultrasound Diagnosis · Uterine Fibroid · Three-Dimensional Static Ultrasound And 3d Power Doppler In Gynecologic Pelvic Tumors · Ultrasound in Human Reproduction · New Insights Into The Fallopian Tube Ultrasound · Sonographic Imaging In Infertility · 2D And 3D Saline Infusion Sonography And Hystero-Contrast-Salpingography · Guided Procedures Using Transvaginal Sonography · Ultrasound In The Postmenopause · The Use Of Ultrasound As An Adjunct To The Physical Examination For The Evaluation Of Gynecologic And Obstetric Causes Of Acute Pelvic Pain · Ultrasound In Urogynecology · Three/Four (3D/4D) Dimensional, Vocal, Hdlive And Silhouette Ultrasound In Obstetrics, Reproduction And Gynecology
Asim Kurjak MD PhD
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Medical School University of Zagreb, Sveti Duh Hospital, Zagreb; Faculty of Health Science, Dubrovnik International University, Croatia
Frank A Chervenak MD Ph D
Professor and Chairman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The New York Weill Hospital – Cornell Medical Centre, New York, USA