Chest Radiology Essentials
This text is based on Dr. Collins's award-winning syllabus for the chest radiology course she teaches at the University of Wisconsin. The book explains the use of all current imaging modalities, with particular emphasis on the interpretation of chest radiographs. Coverage begins with an illustrated discussion of normal radiographic anatomy and proceeds to imaging techniques and radiographic manifestations of a wide variety of diseases. Numerous summary tables and over 700 illustrations complement the text.
Abdominal Ultrasound: How, Why and When
A comprehensive guide to abdominal ultrasound, including basic anatomy, technique and ultrasound appearances together with the most common pathological processes. Will be highly illustrated with high quality scans, many in colour.
recommended for every beginner in ultrasound world.
Peripheral Vascular Ultrasound How Why and When
This is a very readable text covering the physics and clinical applications of peripheral vascular ultrasound.
Excellent images and diagrams are used throughout to aid understanding and the overall presentation, by way of colour-coded chapter headings, makes this a very easy reference book to use.
Atlas of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Anatomy
Increasing interest in musculoskeletal ultrasound makes an atlas such as this a useful addition to a department's library, especially as it is structured to facilitate locating the relevant section with labels on the right margin of each page and because it uses clear line diagrams to locate the scan plane.