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Ultrasound imaging as it contributes to the overall management of renal-based problems
Support is provided by medical, surgical, and oncological information
Discussion of adjunct imaging methods
Excellent and compact text
AUS DEM INHALT Specialists working in urology or renal medicine are well aware that ultrasound is one of the most powerful and adaptable diagnostic tools in their arsenal. In Ultrasound of the Urogenital System expert practitioners offer the information needed to maximize its potential in daily practice. Features include:
A broad range of expertise-renowned contributors cover topics from medical, surgical, and oncological perspectives.
Highly targeted information-designed especially for radiologists, sonographers, and physicians of all levels working in urology and renal medicine.
Comprehensive treatment-of radiological intervention and kidney transplantation, diseases of the collecting system and ureters, the bladder and prostate, and the penis and testes.
Illustrated throughout-more than 200 images of superb quality.
Special sections-on the genito-urinary tract in the child, the oncological treatment of tumors, renal trauma and the use of other imaging modalities in the genito-urinary tract.
Up-to-date research-chapters covering new developments, including contrast agents in the native and transplant kidney
A vital reference in the clinic and as a useful review for radiologists in training, this truly unique volume compiles the very latest and most complete information on the use of ultrasound in the urogenital system.
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This extensively illustrated guide is the first English-language text to present a comprehensive analysis of the sonographic aspects of abdominal transplantation. The book provides full coverage of the entire process, from initial assessment to the peri-operative period and long-term follow-up. It gives you essential information on color doppler ultrasound and other imaging techniques which are crucial to the early detection of complications.
With each chapter written by a leading expert in that particular subspecialty, the book begins with general background information and techniques, then goes on to address imaging procedures used in transplantation for the liver, kidneys, pancreas, and small bowel. Ultrasound, as opposed to CT or MRI, is the primary imaging modality utilized for both preliminary investigations and interventional procedures.
Ultrasound of Abdominal Transplantation is an invaluable professional resource for all radiologists, sonographers, surgeons, and physicians who need an insight into techniques of transplant ultrasound as well as an overview of the related medical and surgical management issues.