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Essentials of Vascular Laboratory Diagnosis

ISBN: 978-1-4051-2215-3
August 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
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This highly practical diagnostic tool is an indispensable resource for both the office and the noninvasive cardiovascular laboratory.

The accompanying CD contains images and video-clips displaying the dynamic aspects of vascular pathology to aid diagnosis and learning. Each image can be enlarged to enable the user to fully discern the main features, and for ease, the CD can be searched by image type, condition/disease or techniques.

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Foreword– Pamela Douglas, MD.

Section I – Principles and Instrumentation .

Chapter 1 Principles of Vascular Testing.

Marie Gerhard-Herman, MD.


Chapter 2 Instrumentation.

Michael Jaff, DO.


Section II – Cerebrovascular.

Chapter 3 Transcranial Doppler.

J. Philip Kistler, M.D.

Chapter 4 Carotid/Vertebral/Subclavian Ultrasound.

Marie Gerhard-Herman, MD.

Section III – Aorta .

Chapter 5 Thoracic Aorta Imaging.

Paul Tunick, MD.

Chapter 6 Abdominal Aorta Imaging.

Emile Mohler III, MD.

Section IV – Renal and Visceral .

Chapter 7 Renal Duplex Imaging.

Michael Jaff, DO.

Chapter 8 Visceral Duplex Imaging.

Douglas Brown, M.D.

Section V – Extremity Arterial Imaging .

Chapter 9 Segmental Pressures/Pulse Volume Recordings.

Emile Mohler III, MD.

Chapter 10 Duplex Doppler Ultrasound.

Marie Gerhard-Herman, MD.

Chapter 11 Thoracic Outlet Evaluation.

Jeffrey Carpenter, M.D.

Section VI – Acquired and Congenital Malformations.

Chapter 12 Pseudoaneurysm.

Itzack Krozan.

Chapter 13 Arteriovenous Fistula and Dialysis Access Graft.

Michelle Robbin, M.D.

Section VII – Venous.

Chapter 14 Upper Extremity Venous.

Marie Gerhard-Herman, M.D.

Chapter 15 Lower Extremity Venous.

John Gocke.

Chapter 16 CT Angiography.

Corey Goldman, MD.

Chapter 17 MR Imaging.

Sanjay Rajagopalan

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  • The first highly practical diagnostic tool written by vascular medicine specialists and cardiologists for the broader team responsible for the care of patients with peripheral vascular disease

  • Reflects the rapidly increasing role of the cardiologist in the care and management of these patients

  • Includes a CD with still images and approximately 75 video clips to aid diagnosis and learning
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