Ultrasound in Gynecology (Step By Step)
by Kuldeep Singh (Author), Narendra Malhotra (Author)
Traces the evolution of ultrasound from ian donalds 1d to 4d. Today diagnosis of female pelvic disorders is impossible without a trans-vaginal scan. Addition of color and 3d on the tv probe has provided more physiological and structural information which are discussed. Tvs is quick, economical, reliable, reproducible modality for a complete pelvic diagnosis. Tvs is like visualization married to palpation, it is like an eye on the finger. This new edition has been designed to simplify tvs in gynecology in a step by step method. This book in the step by step series aims to give the readers an overview of gynecological diagnosis and management. It helps the readers use imaging for better diagnosis and patient care. Advantages for gynecological pelvic evaluation by trans-vaginal ultrasound are manifold and obvious. A high frequency probe placed near the target organ to be scanned gives a clear anatomic picture of the uterus cervix, ovaries and adnexa. Addition of color gives physiological information about vascular supply, and 3d and 4d give sculpture like realistic images.
- Series: Step By Step
- Paperback: 184 pages
- Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Pub; 2 Min Pap/ edition (March 30, 2010)
- Language: English
- Type : PDF