Paul L. Allan BSc DMRD FRCR FRCPE (Author),
W. Norman McDicken PhD FIPEM (Author),
Myron A. Pozniak MD (Author),
Paul A. Dubbins BSc MBBS FRCR (Author)
The imaging possibilities of Doppler ultrasound have revolutionized radiology. This highly practical guide provides the tools you need to navigate this constantly evolving technology with confidence and skill. The major applications of Doppler ultrasound, including examination techniques and the interpretation of results, are discussed in an accessible, reader-friendly manner, making the book an ideal reference for all radiologists who wish to update and expand their knowledge and skills.
- 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.
- Includes a bonus CD-ROM containing real-time videos of Doppler imaging to further demonstrate key techniques and diagnoses.
- Contains new chapters on ultrasonic echo-enhancing agents and the ultrasound of transplants.
- Presents the latest developments in scanning technologies such as harmonic imaging and pulse inversion.