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Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Book and CD-ROM

European Practice in Gynaecology and Obstetrics Series

European Practice in Gynaecology and Obstetrics is a series of books conceived and endorsed by the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG). The topics chosen for each volume are those of significant clinical interest where treatment is changing in response to research findings and developments in practice. The volume editor and contributing authors are European specialists invited to contribute because of their expertise in their field. The books concentrate on various types of management used in European practice as well as published results. The authors present treatments for which a consensus exists and - when there is no consensus - they discuss the key elements of the controversy. Each book provides a review of the basic science, recent concepts in pathophysiology, clinical aspects, treatment and unresolved problems or controversies, as well as the major recent references. A final section provides multiple-choice questions for each chapter.

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Published: May 2009

Imprint: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-444-51829-3

Contents

  • Preface J Lansac
    Introduction J W Wladimiroff
    Basic physiological principles of medical ultrasound S Eik-Nes
    Biological effects and safety aspects F Duck
    Scanning techniques in obstetrics and gynaecology I Timor-Tritisch
    Investigation of early pregnancy J M Carrera
    Normal fetal anatomy at 18-22 weeks D Nyberg
    Amniotic fluid and placenta E Jauniaux
    Fetal biometry, estimation of gestational age, assessment of fetal growth D Arduni
    Epidemiology, different diagnosis, natural history of abnormalities and management G L Pilu
    Evaluation of fetal uteroplacental blood flow Marsal
    Invasive procedures in obstetrics Y Ville
    Multiple pregnancies K Hecher
    Fetal breathing and body movements G H A Visser
    Normal gynaecological anatomy (uterus, tubes, ovaries) S Kupesic
    Gynaecological complications (tubes and ovaries) R Osmers
    Gynaecology, invasive procedures, and Doppler in gynaecology B Cacciatore
    Medicolegal implications of ultrasound examination H Meire
    Ethics and patient information F A Chervenak

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