1.Color Atlas Of Ultrasound Anatomy

by Berthold, M.D. Block
Paperback: 281 pages
Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers; 1 edition (May 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1588902811 / ISBN-13: 978-1588902818

Product Description
This brilliant pocket guide helps you to grasp the connection between three-dimensional organ systems and their two-dimensional representation in ultrasound imaging. Through dynamic illustrations and clarifying text, it allows you to: – Recognize, name, and confidently locate all organs, landmarks, and anatomical details of the abdomen -Examine all standard planes, including transverse and longitudinal scans for regions of sonographic interest (including the thyroid gland) – Understand topographic relationships of organs and structures in all three spatial planes This invaluable text is ideal for the beginner, providing a rapid orientation to all key topics. It includes: – Over 250 fully labeled image quartets, each showing: the preferred location of the transducer on the body; the resulting image; a labeled drawing of the image, keyed to anatomic structures; and a small 3-D drawing showing the location of the scanning plane in the organ. – Body markers with information on transducer handling and positioning for each sonogram – Over 250 rules of thumb and key concepts – All relevant landmarks, measurable parameters, and normal values Packed with beautiful graphics and precise text, this is the essential resource that anyone involved in ultrasound radiography needs.



2.Emergency Ultrasound



The pioneering emergency ultrasound guide–updated and expanded with coverage of the newest technologies

Praise for the first edition:–“The book is intended for emergency physicians, but any practicing physician who uses ultrasound for the assessment of patients could clearly benefit from this book….This book is certainly unique in that it provides a clinically relevant approach to such a rapidly growing field. Each chapter’s objective is met while not inundating the reader with unnecessary technical details. Although simply reading the book is not sufficient for expertise, the material provides a solid foundation in understanding the subject. 5 STARS!“–Doody’s Review Service

Emergency Ultrasound is firmly established as the first state-of-the-art reference on the training, techniques, and diagnostic skills needed to perform successful ultrasound exams in the emergency department. Utilizing a templated chapter format, this trusted resource presents a wide range of detailed guidelines on performing ultrasound exams, case studies, and side-by-side comparisons of normal and abnormal scans.

Emergency Ultrasound, Second Edition, is fully updated and expanded to include the latest uses of this crucial diagnostic tool, including Doppler Ultrasound for deep vein thrombosis. This groundbreaking text is the one you’ll rely on for every kind of diagnosis in the emergency setting, from soft tissue infections and peritonsillar abscess, to foreign bodies and lumbar puncture and arthrocentesis.


  • NEW! Chapters on ocular applications, prehospital applications, and ultrasound-guided procedures
  • NEW! Content that features the latest instruments
  • NEW! Numerous color Doppler images, plus hundreds of traditional black and white ultrasound images
  • NEW! DVD with videos showing the most current ultrasound procedures performed in real time
  • Coverage of ultrasound in trauma, cardiac, hepatobiliary, renal, testicular, and other applications
  • A templated chapter organization that consists of key points, introduction, clinical considerations and indications, anatomic considerations, technique, common abnormalities, pitfalls, case studies, references, and more
  • Focus on common findings and pitfalls in every clinical chapter
  • Case studies in each chapter

Table of contents

Foreword, Jerris R. Hedges, MD, MS, MMM
1. Training and Program Development, Michael A. Peterson and Michael J. Lambert
2. Equipment, Will Scruggs and J. Christian Fox
3. Physics and Image Artifacts, Corky Hecht and Jaosn Wilkins
4. Prehospital Ultrasound: Perspectives from Four Countries–
Germany, Felix Walcher, Franziska Brenner, Nadine Nieuwkamp, Jorg Braun, Thomas Kirschning, Ingo Marzi, and Raoul Breitkreutz
France, Tomislav Patrovic, Frederic Lapostolle, and Frederic Adnet
Italy, Luca Neri, Cristina Frigerio, Carmela Graci, Elena Guffanti, Enrico Storti, and Giancarlo Fontana
United States of America, William Heegaard, Robert F. Reardon, Dave Spear, Dave Plummer, Scott A. Joing, and Michael Blaivas

5. Trauma, O. John Ma, James R. Mateer, and Andrew W. Kirkpatrick
6. Cardiac, Robert F. Reardon and Scott A. Joing
7. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Robert F. Reardon, Thomas Cook, and Dave Plummer
8. Hepatobiliary, Daniel Theodoro
9. General Surgery Applications, Masaaki Ogata
10. Renal, Stuart Swadron and Diku Mandavia
11. Testicular, Michael Blaivas
12. First Trimester Pregnancy, Robert F. Reardon and Scott A. Joing
13. Second- and Third-Trimester Pregnancy, Bradley W. Frazee and Chandra Aubin
14. Gynecologic Concepts, J. Christian Fox and Michael J. Lambert
15. Deep Venous Thrombosis, Michael Blaivas
16. Soft Tissue, Andreas Dewitz and Bradley W. Frazee
17. Ocular Ultrasound, Matthew Lyon and Michael Blaivas
18. Pediatric Applications, Daniel D. Price and Michael A. Peterson
19. Vascular Access, John S. Rose, Aaron E. Bair, and Aman K. Parikh
20. Additional Ultrasound-Guided Procedures, Andreas Dewitz, Robert Jones, and Jessica Goldstein

Biographical note

O. John Ma, MD is Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Ma is a prolific author, editor, and educator. He coedited the Just the Facts in Emergency Medicine as we all as the Emergency Medicine Manual. Most recently, Dr. Ma received the 2005 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Excellence in Ultrasound Education Award.

James R. Mateer, MD, RDMS, is Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and Staff Physician, Emergency Medicine, at the Waukesha Memorial Hospital in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Dr. Blaivas, MD, RDMS, is Professor of Emergency Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Northside Hospital Forsyth in Cumming, Georgia.



3. Abdominal Ultrasound : How, Why and When

Abdominal Ultrasound : How, Why and When
By Jane A. Bates
Second Edition – 2004
ISBN: 0 443 07243 4
Elsevier Limited



4.Ultrasound in Emergency Care


Ultrasound in Emergency Care
Edited by Adam Brooks, Jim Connolly & Otto Chan
2004 by Blackwell Publishing
BMJ Book
ISBN: 0-7279-1731-5



5.Ultrasound Of The Gastrointestinal Tract


Publisher: Springer (2006)

Binding: Hardcover, 227 pages

pricer: $129.00

ISBN-10: 3540258264

Editorial reviews

Transabdominal ultrasound has become accepted in clinical practice as a primary imaging procedure in the diagnostic work-up and follow-up of various disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the use of ultrasound in the imaging of acute and chronic inflammatory conditions of the gastrointestinal tract as well as of neoplastic and infectious diseases. The specific ultrasound features of gastrointestinal disorders are explained, and the value and limits of ultrasound are discussed. Each chapter provides a description of the findings obtained with ultrasound and includes consideration of alternative diagnostic imaging methods for comparative purposes. Relevant technical developments and applications, such as functional and 3D ultrasound, contrast agents and operative ultrasound, are also discussed. All authors are considered authorities in their specific fields, and the book includes many high-quality illustrations and the most up-to-date information.



6.General Ultrasound In the Critically


Publisher: Springer | English | ISBN: 3540736239 | 199 pages | 2007 | PDF | 2.5 Mb

General ultrasound in the critically ill describes a new clinical tool: ultrasound for the intensive care and emergency physician. Written by an intensivist familiar with ultrasound, it specifically details findings of immediate clinical relevance throughout its approx. 220 pages. Through a whole-body approach, this book considers new emergency applications regarding the abdomen, venous system, head, heart, and the most original topic, the lung. Flow charts are proposed to resolve daily intensive care and emergency occurrences: acute dyspnea, shock, unexplained fever, etc. The strong points and pitfalls of ultrasound are reviewed in detail. This book shows just how critical ultrasound has proven to be in satisfying a major concern in the intensive care and emergency medicine fields: speed and accuracy. With this ever-present requirement for rapid diagnosis in mind, General ultrasound in the critically ill provides a key to practicing a visual medicine, a great benefit to the critically ill patient, especially since ultrasound is noninvasive and can be done at the bedside. This volume is not only an exhaustive atlas dealing with the most variable aspects of the critically ill patient, but it is above all a guide, a permanent aid in the therapeutic decision.
7.Ultrasound Teaching Manual
By M. Hofer

Publisher: Thieme Publishing Group
Number Of Pages: 132
Publication Date: 2005-03
Sales Rank: 568548
ISBN / ASIN: 3131110422

Ideal for radiology residents and technicians, this concise “workbook” is the perfect guide to the use of ultrasound scanners.Designed as a learning tool, it introduces the various applications of scanners for all organs, including positioning, step-by-step de******ions of each procedure, representative ultrasound scans of normal and pathological findings, explanatory drawings, and an overview of the most important measurement data.Finally, self-assessment quizzes – including answers – at the end of each chapter help monitor progress and evaluate knowledge


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