Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound Made Easy



This Title Is Directed Primarily Towards Health Care Professionals Outside Of The United States A Succinct, Well Illustrated Handbook For Trainees Covering The Essentials Of Obstetric And Gynaecological Ultrasound It Guides The Reader Through The Techniques Of Scanning In A Logical And Progressive WayCovers The Essentials Of Obstetric And Gynae ScanningStep By Step ApproachOver Scans And DrawingsSensibly PricedSmall Size Easy To Carry Aroundobstetric Section Updated With Section On Soft Markers, On Cardiac Scanning, Twins And Doppler,New Section On Gynae Ultrasound New Scanscolour Doppler Now CoveredObstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound Made Easy

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound Made Easy
  • Norman C. Smith
  • English
  • 17 May 2019
  • 0443100551

10 thoughts on “Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound Made Easy

  1. says:

    This is a basic, but useful, insight into the workings of Obs and Gynae ultrasound Focusedheavily on obstetric sonography, this text is a pocket sized guide to have at hand in a clinical setting but is predominantly an ideal revision text for students or beginner operators wanting to get to grips with probe orientation and scanning techniques The obstetrics contents are divided into How to undertake an obstetric scan through to early pregnancy, second trimester anomaly scanning, third This is a basic, but useful, insight into the workings of Obs and Gynae ultrasound Focusedheavily on obstetric sonography, this text is a pocket sized guide to have at hand in a clinical setting but is predominantly an ideal revision text for students or beginner operators wanting to get to grips with probe orientation and scanning techniques The obstetrics contents are divided into How to undertake an obstetric scan through to early pregnancy, second trimester anomaly scanning, third trimester growth scanning, a small section on the cervix and placenta and finally a quick look at some of the invasive testing undertake in utero There are quite a few images and diagrams which I found particularly helpful particularly for demonstrating pathology This book is however limited in detail The quality of information surrounding differential diagnosis, linked chromosomal anomalies and any in depth details about each pathology noted are very limited Essentially the text mentions a condition, for example diaphragmatic hernia, will state what this is and show an image The level of information stops there Equally, only thecommon pathologies are mentioned The gynaecology section is much shorter, comprising probably one third of the text, and is divided into a How to Scan section, a uterus section, a quick look at ovaries and then a small section on infertility and the scanning parameters within this field Again, the flaws from the obstetrics section are found within this area also in terms of limited depth This is a great starting text for beginners and an excellent revision tool for basic anatomy, technique and scanning This text is not designed for those looking forinformation surrounding a set condition, or possible differential diagnosis for each condition There are a great deal of images within this text, all of which are well labelled and easy to assess yourself I was particularly impressed with the fetal heart sections which nicely break down the various views required of a sonographer practitioner A good, quick read and an ideal revision tool to have in your pocket

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