- Year: 2007
- Page Number: 1092
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 190.07 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: Anil T. Ahuja
This book was written with you in mind, employing a user-friendly format, succinct information and over 2500 ultrasound images. Correlative images using other modalities are also included for comparison and to allow a quick and seamless transition between ultrasound and other modalities. The book is focused on providing you a practical reference for use in a busy practice. It provides relevant information in bulleted form, making it the perfect one-stop quick reference for a scanning or reporting session. Ultrasound images of both common and less common diseases are provided to help in formulating a diagnosis and suitable differential diagnoses.Covers the top imaging diagnoses in ultrasound, including both common and less common entities.Provides exquisitely reproduced imaging examples for every diagnosis-plus concise, bulleted summaries of terminology · imaging findings · key facts · differential diagnosis · pathology · clinical issues · a diagnostic checkli
Professor James F Griffith is an academic clinical radiologist working at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has 25 years’ experience working with musculoskeletal ultrasound in a clinical setting from the initial inception of high-resolution ultrasound into clinical practice. He is a Head of a busy Musculoskeletal Imaging Unit covering all aspects of musculoskeletal imaging including ultrasound, CT, MRI, PET-CT and intervention. This imaging cross-integration allows him to fully appreciate the benefits of ultrasound in the work up and treatment of different musculoskeletal conditions. He has published nearly 300 peer-reviewed papers on various aspects of musculoskeletal imaging as well as conducting and participating in at least forty musculoskeletal ultrasound workshops.
The perfect one-stop quick reference for a scanning or reporting session
This book is by far the most helpful for beginners. You will learn how to recognize pathology in ultrasound because the author includes many helpful images. What I found most helpful was the labeling of the sonogram images with arrows. Some books (e.g. Rumack- Diagnostic Ultrasound) do not use “arrows” to label the actual image after stating existing pathology on the image. It was very frustrating for a novice like myself because sometimes I wasn’t sure which part of the image was the actual pathology or artifact that the author mentioned in the text. The other thing is sometimes Rumack would discuss a disease that appears on a sonogram, but not include even one image for that disease. Or sometimes, only one image would be included. It just wasn’t well organized. The only time I would recommend Rumack’s book is for people who already have experience with ultrasound pathology such as physicians.
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