Ultrasound in Gynecology, 2nd Edition
By IIan E. Timor-Tritsch, MD and Steven R. Goldstein, MD
352 pages 546 ills
Trim size 8 1/2 X 10 7/8 in
Widely considered the standard title on the subject, this book focuses primarily on gynecologic ultrasound. The second edition has expanded content to keep you up-to-date on the technological and clinical changes in this rapidly evolving field, including Sonohysterography (Ch 15) . An invaluable resource for clinicians and technicians alike, this preeminent reference is one you shouldn’t be without.
Focuses primarily on gynecologic ultrasound.
Reflects recent changes in ultrasound technology and its effects on current practice.
Designed to be clinically oriented, user friendly, and completely readable.
New to this Edition
Discusses new developments in sonohysterography.
Includes new chapters on Ovarian Cancer Early Detection (Ch 18), Congenital Uterine Anomalies (Ch 7), Differential Diagnosis of Inflammatory Diseases of the Pelvis (Ch 21), Adenomysis (Ch 6) and Three Dimensional Ultrasound in Gynecology (Ch 19).
Now offers Power Doppler ultrasound.
Table of Contents
1 Ultrasound in Gynecology: How It Developed and Its Continuing Evolution
2 Applied Physics: How Do the “Gray Scale” and “Color” Work
3 Instrumentation: Limitations of the Abdominal and Vaginal Approaches
4 Conducting the Gynecologic Ultrasound Examination
5 Relevant Pelvic Anatomy
7 Congenital uterine anomalies
8 Adnexal Masses
9 Menopausal Dilemmas: How ultrasound has changed clinical management
10 Lower Urinary Tract
11 Early Pregnancy
12 Pregnancy Failure
13 Ultrasound Evaluation of Ectopic Pregnancy
16 Ultrasound Guided Procedures in Gynecology
17 Color Doppler Mapping In Gynecology
18 Ovarian Cancer Early Detection
19 Three-Dimensional Ultrasound In Gynecology
20 The Ultrasound-Enhanced Bimanual Examination
21 Differential Diagnosis of Inflammatory Diseases of the Pelvis
22 Sonographic Pearls and Pitfalls: How to Shorten Your Learning Curve