Endovaginal Ultrasound / Edition 2

Endovaginal Ultrasound / Edition 2

by Steven M. Goldstein
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0471560928

ISBN-13: 9780471560920

Pub. Date: 01/28/1991

Publisher: Wiley

A solid, comprehensive introduction to endovaginal ultrasound for the sonographer, radiologist and specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. Shows the experienced ultrasound imager how to incorporate the vaginal probe into overall diagnostic capabilities. Beginning with a description of normal pelvic anatomy, it goes on to describe several conditions in the pelvic

Overview

A solid, comprehensive introduction to endovaginal ultrasound for the sonographer, radiologist and specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. Shows the experienced ultrasound imager how to incorporate the vaginal probe into overall diagnostic capabilities. Beginning with a description of normal pelvic anatomy, it goes on to describe several conditions in the pelvic area: pelvic masses, pregnancy and ovulation. Chapters on pregnancy cover the embryo, fetus, detection of fetal anomalies and the use of ultrasound prior to first-trimester termination. There is an updated and expanded chapter on infertility and assisted reproductive technologies as well as a chapter on the postmenopausal use of ultrasound. Concludes by describing how the practitioner can incorporate endovaginal ultrasound into routine pelvic examinations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471560920
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/28/1991
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
7.25(w) x 10.33(h) x 0.73(d)

Table of Contents

How to Begin: Basic Instrumentation and Method of Examination (R. Sabbagha).

Normal Pelvic Anatomy: What You Can Expect to See (A. Fleischer, et al.).

Pelvic Masses: Differential Diagnosis by Endovaginal Ultrasound (A. Fleischer).

Pregnancy I: Embryo.

Pregnancy II: Something Is Wrong.

Pregnancy III: Fetus, First Trimester.

Pregnancy IV: Detection of Fetal Anomalies—What Are Realistic Expectations?

(B. Benacerraf).

Pregnancy V: After the First Trimester.

Ectopic Pregnancy.

Routine Use of Ultrasound Prior to First-Trimester Termination.

Ovulation Induction and Follicle Surveillance (B. Sandler, et al).

Assisted Reproductive Technologies (L. Grunfeld & B. Sandler).

Postmenopause and the Use of Ultrasound.

Incorporating Endovaginal Ultrasound Into the Practitioner's Routine Pelvic Examination.

Index.

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