Medicine » Diagnostics


Edited by Kerry Thoirs, ISBN 978-953-307-947-9, 356 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published February 03, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 license
DOI: 10.5772/1403
Edited Volume

Medical sonography is a medical imaging modality used across many medical disciplines. Its use is growing, probably due to its relative low cost and easy accessibility. There are now many high quality ultrasound imaging systems available that are easily transportable, making it a diagnostic tool amenable for bedside and office scanning. This book includes applications of sonography that can be used across a number of medical disciplines including radiology, thoracic medicine, urology, rheumatology, obstetrics and fetal medicine and neurology. The book revisits established applications in medical sonography such as biliary, testicular and breast sonography and sonography in early pregnancy, and also outlines some interesting new and advanced applications of sonography.

  1. Use of Doppler Sonography in Evaluating the Effect of Age in the Central Retinal Artery: A Cohort Study
    Mustafa Z. Mahmoud
  2. Impact of Cardiovascular Organ Damage on Cortical Renal Perfusion in Patients with Chronic Renal Failure
    Arkadiusz Lubas, Robert Ryczek, Grzegorz Kade, Jerzy Smoszna and Stanisław Niemczyk
  3. Lung ultrasound for the diagnosis of pneumonia in pregnant women with blood system tumors
    G. M. Galstyan, V. A. Novikov, V. V. Troitskaya, E. A. Baryakh, S. A. Makhinya, E. N. Parovichnikova and V. G. Savchenko