Clinical Doppler Ultrasound, 2nd Edition
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New to This Edition
Clinical Doppler Ultrasound is a unique, highly practical guide to those taking up Doppler techniques and who wish to obtain an understanding of the techniques, their major applications and their role in patient management.
Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout, this is an essential introduction to the topic, written by experts in the field. Thoroughly updated to include the latest equipment and techniques, this is an ideal purchase for trainee radiologists with an interest in the topic, or consultants who wish to improve their technique. Vascular surgeons and vascular imaging technicians will also find the book useful.
Included with the new edition is a free CD-Rom containing real-time clips of Doppler imaging to further illustrate and complement the concepts discussed in the book.
- Discusses everything you need to know from anatomy, scanning, and technique, to normal and abnormal findings and their interpretation.
- Explains both the advantages and the limitations of using Doppler imaging so you can make an informed decision every time.
- Covers the basic principles behind the techniques so you can understand the why as well as the how.
- Contains detailed protocols for acquiring optimal images and avoiding errors.
- Uses 450 high-quality illustrations to bring techniques to life.
- Free CD-ROM included, with real-time clips of Doppler imaging
- More information on the role of contrast agents, the physics involved, and how best to administer.
- The latest developments in scanning technologies, such as harmonic imaging and pulse inversion, are included and updated in the new edition.
- New illustrations where equipment and imaging capabilities have improved.
Key points boxes added to each chapter
By Paul L. Allan, BSc, DMRD, FRCR, FRCPE, Consultant Radiologist, University of Edinburgh and Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, UK.; W. Norman McDicken, PhD, FIPEM, Head, Department of Medical Physics and Medical Engineering, University of Edinburgh and Royal Infirmary Edinburgh, UK.; Myron A. Pozniak, MD, Professor of Radiology, Department of Radiology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Madison, WI, USA.; and Paul A. Dubbins, BSc, MBBS, FRCR, Consultant Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK.