Interventional Ultrasound in Obstetrics, Gynaecology
and the Breast by Joaquin Santolaya-Forgas (Editor), D. Lemery (Editor)
This book serves as a practical guide for clinicians to learn the techniques, technology, and procedure-related risks of using ultrasound as a diagnostic tool in the specialties relating to women's reproductive health. It describes all ultrasound-guided invasive procedures in obstetrics and gynecology and considers such applications and contexts as fetal medicine, pregnancy reduction in multi-fetal pregnancies, adnexal cystic masses, trans-cervical metroplasty, breast mass preoperative localization, and the place of x-rays and ultrasound in interventional mastology. The illustrations often pair a sonograph image with a line drawing pointing out the salient features.
Publisher: Blackwell Science Inc; Published November 1998