Clinical Diagnostic Ultrasound, 2nd Edition
September 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Medical ultrasound-germination and growth (J.E.E. Fleming, I. H. Spencer and M. Nicolson).
Part 1: Instrumentation.
2. Grey-scale imaging (S.D.Pye and P.R. Hoskins).
3. Spectral Doppler systems (P.R. Hoskins).
4. Flow imaging (P.J. Fish).
5. The physics of blood flow (P.R. Hoskins).
6. Safety issues in diagnostic ultrasound (P.N.T. Wells).
7. Ultrasound contrast agents and recent developments (C.M. Moran, W.N. McDicken and G.R. Sutherland).
Part 2: Echocardiology.
8. Congenital heart disease (A. Houston and S. Lilley).
9. Valvular heart disease (J.C. Rodger).
10. Left ventricular Function (T. McDonagh).
11. Cardiomyopathies and pericardial disease (C.A. Roobottom and P. Wilde).
12. Prosthetic valve function (T.J. Edwards and I.A. Simpson).
13. Cardiac Masses (J. Weir).
14. Transoesophageal echocardiography (A. Deaner).
15. Intravascular echography (C. di Mario, N. Bom, W. Li and A.F.W. van der Steen).
Part 3: Vascular System.
16. Carotid imaging and plaque morphology (P.S. Sidhu, J.P. Woodcock, S. Gorman and N. Pugh).
17. Transcranial Doppler ultrasound (J.M. Wardlaw).
18. The peripheral arterial system (P.L.P. Allan and G.M. Baxter).
19. The Peripheral venous system (G. M. Baxter).
20. The abdominal vasculature (G.M. Baxer).
Part 4: Small Parts.
21. The breast (D.O. Cosgrove).
22. Thyroid, Parathyroid and Salivary glands (K.C. Dewbury).
23. The testes and scrotum (K.C. Dewbury).
24. The eye and orbit (N.C. McMIllan and G.M. Baxer).
Part 5: Abdomen.
25. The liver (H. Meire and P. Farant).
26. The biliary tree and pancreas (K.M. Carroll).
27. Endoluminal ultrasound of the upper gastrointestinal tract (D.A. Nicholson).
28. Endoluminal ultrasound of the lower gastrointestinal tract (C.J. Bartram).
29. General principles of biopsy and drainage (H.C. Irving).
30. The kidneys (P.L.P. Allan and S.A. Moussa).
31. Renal transplantation (R.S.C. Rodger and G.M. Baxer).
Part 6: Pelvis.
32. The lower urinary tract and prostate (S.A. Moussa).
33. The female pelvis (L.M. Macara and K.P. Hanretty).
Part 7: Obstetrics.
34. Introduction (J.R. MacKenzie).
35. Fetal biometry (J.R. MacKenzie).
36. The first trimester (J.R. MacKenzie).
37. Fetal anomaly scanning (J.R. MacKenzie).
38. Fetal malformations (J.R. Mackwnzie).
39. Antenatal assessment of fetal health (A.M. Mathers).
40. Invasive parental diagnostic techniques (A.M. Mathers).
41. Sonographic examination of the placenta (A.M. Mathers).
42. Multiple pregnancies (J.R. MacKenzie).
43. Maternal problems during and following pregnancy (J.R. MacKenzie).
Part 8: Pediatrics.
44. The brain (A.S. Hollman).
45. The abdomen (P.R. John).
Part 9: Musculoskeletal System.
46. The musculoskeletal system (E.G. McNally).
* includes new techniques such as endosonography
* new section on musculoskeletal system
* "It is a testament to the British contribution to diagnostic ultrasound and provides a historical perspective and solid grounding in the subject for trainee radiologists. ." British Medical Journal
* "This is an excellent and comprehensive text book of ultrasound..." Irish Medical Journal
* "In two words, highly recommended."
British Medical Journal
"This is an excellent and comprehensive text book of ultrasound, 600 pages long, with excellent binding and high quality paper and prints"
Irish Medical Journal.
"All in all, this is a definitive one volume exposition of the present situation in the use of ultrasound in clinical diagnosis, and the only drawback with the book is the price. However, it would be an essential addition to any library of any practitioner or diagnostic ultrasound at the present time. It is very good for the learner, for the sonographer and the practising radiologist. In two words, highly recommended"
"For those teaching the physics and technology of ultrasound, the book will provide a useful insight into the full range of clinical areas that students will be studying". (IPEM Scope)