The latest edition of Diagnostic Imaging: Obstetrics 3rd edition provides fetal imagers with world-class content and instruction on the latest methodologies in this rapidly changing field. Featuring approximately 260 diagnoses highlighting the most recent information, references, pictures and images, this title serves as a practical, highly formatted guide that’s well suited for today’s busy fetal imaging centers. Enhanced chapters on embryology, updated patient management guidelines, new reference tables, and much more ensure readers and students are current with the knowledge required for competent clinical practice.
- Guides practitioners through the intricacies of obstetric and pregnancy-related anomalies
- Features expanded embryology chapters delineating normal developmental anatomy
- Includes new practice guidelines for patient management, a summary of consensus panels, and new standardized nomenclature
- Expanded syndrome section is rich in clinical pictures
- An increased number of reference tables enables you to look up a normal measurement
- Brand new differential diagnoses section allows you to look up a finding and be guided to the correct diagnosis (e.g., absent cavum septi pellucidi)
- Richly colored graphics and fully annotated images highlight the most important diagnostic possibilities
- Highly templated and bulleted format makes it easier than ever to locate key information
- Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to search all of the figures, text, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices
“This excellent work provides an in-depth review of obstetric imaging. The 1st trimester section should be a requirement for all radiologists and trainees interpreting ultrasound examinations. The exhaustive discussions of fetal anomalies are well laid out in their relative sections. They are extremely relevant for practitioners interpreting not only 2nd and 3rd trimester ultrasound, but also early and late postnatal imaging (i.e. pediatric imaging). This ebook is a must for every perinatal department and every residency program.”
– Tara Catanzano, MD (Baystate Medical Center) Doody’s Score: 100 – 5 Stars!