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Marked by a consistent, easy-to-follow structure and thousands of supporting illustrations, Diagnostic Pediatric Ultrasound is the complete go-to reference for daily practice. It clearly shows why ultrasound is the pediatric imaging modality of first choice, offering safe, non-invasive, high-quality results that lead to an accurate diagnosis. Providing a wide range of normal reference images for comparison with pathologic findings, the book is essential for any clinician using ultrasonography in pediatric care.
Organized, didactic chapter structure that includes a concise introduction, indications for ultrasound, examination techniques, normal anatomy and variants, measurement tables of developing organs, and descriptions of pathologic findings for every anatomic region and organ system
Nearly 1700 high-quality images that depict all conditions in exquisite detail
Unique Tips from the Pros that offer practical insights gained through actual clinical experience with pediatric patients
Hundreds of current references for further reading
Instructive ultrasound video clips available on Thieme Media Center
Complete with advice for creating a child-friendly environment, examining infants and children, communicating with parents, and diagnosing complex cases, Diagnostic Pediatric Ultrasound makes a major contribution to the field. It will increase the know-ledge and skills of all pediatric and general radiologists, radiology residents, pediatricians, and other specialists who use ultrasound to care for this sensitive population.
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Differential Diagnosis in Pediatric Imaging offers the most up-to-date knowledge of pediatric imaging diagnostic possibilities. It provides imagers, clinicians, and their trainees with guidance to evaluate both frequently and rarely seen diseases and disorders, and suggests differential diagnoses fully taking into account clinical findings. In addition, the text provides "how-to" tips for identifying normal images - saving time and helping to avoid common misinterpretations.
Readers are guided through a comprehensive, easy-to-navigate radiological library of pediatric disorders, which are divided by organ system. Sections include head and neck, chest, musculoskeletal, the urogenital and digestive tracts, complemented by a thorough review of normal values. Each chapter discusses imaging findings and differential diagnostic possibilities, while mirroring clinical situations encountered in daily practice.