Introduction to Vascular Ultrasonography - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 6th Edition
Elsevier eBook on VitalSource
- Find information quickly with sections organized by clinical rationale, anatomy, examination technique, findings, and interpretation.
- Get a thorough review of ultrasound vascular diagnosis, including peripheral veins and arteries, carotid and vertebral arteries, abdominal vessels, and transcranial Doppler.
- Quickly reference numerous tables for examination protocols, normal values, diagnostic parameters, and ultrasound findings for selected conditions.
- Visualize important techniques with hundreds of lavish line drawings and clinical ultrasound examples.
- Stay current with trending topics through new chapters on evaluation of organ transplants, screening for vascular disease, correlative imaging, and accreditation and the vascular lab.
- Experience clinical scenarios with vivid clarity through new color ultrasound images.
- Watch vascular ultrasound videos and access the complete contents online at www.expertconsult.com.
- Benefit from the fresh perspective and insight of a new co-editor, Dr. Joseph Polak.
- Improve your understanding of the correlation of imaging results with treatment goals in venous and arterial disease.
- Hemodynamic considerations in peripheral vascular and cerebrovascular disease
- Physics and instrumentation in Doppler and B-mode ultrasonography
- Basic concepts of doppler frequency spectrum analysis and ultrasound blood flow imaging
- Vascular applications of ultrasound contrast agents
- The role of ultrasound in the management of cerebrovascular disease
- Normal cerbrovascular anatomy and collateral pathways
- Normal findings and technical aspects of carotid sonography
- Ultrasound assessment of carotid plaque
- Ultrasound assessment of carotid stenosis
- Carotid occlusion, unusual carotid pathology and tricky carotid cases
- Ultrasound assessment of the vertebral arteries
- Ultrasound assessment of the intracranial arteries
- Arterial anatomy of the extremities
- Nonimaging physiologic tests for assessment of lower extremity arterial disease
- Assessment of upper extremity arterial occlusive arterial disease
- Ultrasound evaluation before and after hemodialysis access
- Ultrasound assessment of lower extremity arteries
- Ultrasound assessment during and after carotid peripheral intervention
- Ultrasound in the assessment and management of arterial emergencies
- Risk factors and the role of ultrasound in the management of extremity venous disease
- Extremity venous anatomy and technique for ultrasound examination
- Ultrasound diagnosis of lower extremity venous thrombosis
- Controversies in venous ultrasound
- Ultrasound diagnosis of venous insufficiency
- Nonvascular pathology encountered during venous sonography
- Anatomy and normal doppler signatures of abdominal vessels
- Ultrasound assessment of the abdominal aorta
- Ultrasound imaging assessment following endovascular aortic aneurysm repair
- Ultrasound assessment of the splanchnic (mesenteric) arteries
- Ultrasound assessment of the hepatic vasculature
- Ultrasound assessment of native renal vessels
- Duplex ultrasound evaluation of the uterus and ovaries
- Duplex ultrasound evaluation of the male genitalia
- Evaluation of Organ Transplants
- Screening for Vascular Disease
- Correlative imaging
- Accreditation and the vascular lab
SECTION 1: BASICS
SECTION 2: CEREBRAL VESSELS
SECTION 3: EXTREMITY ARTERIES
SECTION 4: EXTREMITY VEINS
SECTION 5: ABDOMEN AND PELVIS
John Pellerito, MD, North Shore University Hospital/NYU Medical Center, Manhasset, NY and Joseph F Polak, MD, MPH, Professor of Radiology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Vice Chair of Business Development, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts; Chief of Radiology, Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts