Ultrasonography in Vascular Diseases: A Practical Approach to Clinical Problems is a concise guide to the latest clinical applications of ultrasound in diagnosing vascular disorders and diseases. Well-known authorities in the field provide straightforward instruction on how to choose the appropriate imaging examination and complete the imaging workup of the patient for the full range of vascular problems.
Highlights: # Practical information on the usefulness of ultrasound, non-imaging tests, or other imaging modalities, such as CT and MR
# Thorough descriptions of symptoms, differential diagnosis, techniques, as well as the possible complications, benefits, and limitations of each technique
# More than 150 images and photographs illustrate key concepts
Ideal for reference and review, this text will prove to be an indispensable clinical reference for ultrasonographers, radiologists, interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiologists, vascular medicine specialists, residents, physicians, nurses, and radiology assistants.
Table of Contents Chapter 1: Palpable Abdominal Mass; Chapter 2: Hypertension/Bruit; Chapter 3: Sonographic Evaluation of the Carotid Arteries; Chapter 4: Leg Swelling with Pain or Edema; Chapter 5: Pulsatile Groin Mass; Chapter 6: Painful Legs after Walking; Chapter 7: Arm Swelling.