Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, 2nd Edition
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This completely revised Second Edition continues as a ground breaking comprehensive reference and practical guide on the technology and application of ultrasound to the musculoskeletal system. Updated and expanded, MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRASOUND is organized into three parts: by tissue type, by areas of special interest, and by site. Every healthcare provider dealing with musculoskeletal imaging should have this leading book.Table of Contents
* Continues as the first authoritative and comprehensive reference on the applications of ultrasound to the musculoskeletal system. * Uses cross-sectional anatomical specimen to correlate with ultrasound scans. * Offers tips on how to get the best scan possible for demonstration of pathology, surgical planning, and determining whether the patient is predisposed to injury and reinjury. * Describes and depicts examination techniques, normal ultrasonographic anatomy, and pathology in the chapters on disease. * Features imaging algorithms for the sonographic evaluation of each joint. * Includes information on examination technique indications, and differential diagnosis in the chapters on sonography of joints. * Covers sonography of pain syndromes following arthoscopy. * Written by the authoritative leaders in the field, internationally recognized within the radiology community, and also the orthopedics and sports medicine communities.
By Marnix van Holsbeeck, MD, Director Musculoskeletal Radiology and Emergency Radiology in the Department of Diagnostic Imaging and Director of Orthopedic Radiology in the Bone and Joint Center at the Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI; Associate Professor of Radiology at Case Western, Reserve Medical School, Cleveland, OH; and Joseph H. Introcaso, MD, DMD, Interim Chairman, Department of Radiology, Director of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, Lutheran General Hospital