Paula J. Woodward, Anne Kennedy, Roya Sohaey
Elsevier; 3rd edition (June 29; 2016)
Providing fetal imagers with world-class information and education on the most up-to-date approaches in this quickly evolving discipline, the most recent version of Diagnostic Imaging: Obstetrics, 3rd edition is now available. This publication serves as a practical guide that is highly prepared and is well suited for the busy fetal imaging facilities of today. It features roughly 260 diagnoses that highlight the most recent information; references; photos and images; and it features pictures and images. Readers and students are guaranteed to be up to date with the knowledge necessary for competent clinical practice thanks to updated patient management recommendations, enhanced chapters on embryology, newly added reference tables, and a great deal more.
- Helps medical professionals navigate the complexities of obstetric and conditions connected to pregnancy-associated abnormalities
- Includes enlarged chapters on embryology that detail normal developing anatomy
- Contains updated clinical guidelines for the management of patients, a summary of the consensus reached by various panels, and new nomenclature that is standardized.
- The expanded section on syndromes has a wealth of clinical illustrations.
- You are now able to seek up a normal measurement as a result of the expanded number of reference tables.
- You are now able to look up a finding and be guided to the correct diagnosis thanks to our brand new differential diagnoses section (e.g.; absent cavum septi pellucidi)
- Graphics that are vividly colored and photos that are completely captioned bring attention to the most significant diagnostic possibilities.
- The heavily bulleted and templated approach makes it more simpler than ever before to get the information you need.
- Included in the purchase is the Expert Consult eBook version, which enables you to search all of the figures, text, images, and references contained within the book using a variety of different devices.
A comprehensive analysis of obstetric imaging may be found in this outstanding piece of work. Every radiologist and ultrasound trainee who is responsible for evaluating an ultrasound test has to be required to complete the first trimester segment. The in-depth discussions of fetal abnormalities are neatly organized within the parts that are most relevant to them. They are particularly relevant not only for medical professionals evaluating ultrasounds performed during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, but also those performed during the early and late stages of postnatal care (i.e. pediatric imaging). This e-book is an absolute requirement for each and every perinatal department as well as residency program.
— Tara Catanzano; MD (Baystate Medical Center) Doody’s Score Is a Perfect 100, Earning 5 Stars!