Teaching manual of Color Duplex Stenography: a workbook on color duplex ultrasound and echocardiography

      This book is part of the series Radiology Teaching Manuals from Thieme. The authors simply summarize the basic physical and technical principles of Doppler ultrasound, including color flow, power Doppler, and spectral Doppler. As the accuracy of ultrasonographic diagnosis is strongly dependent on knowledge, skill, and experience of the performer, the authors not only introduce key points of scanning technique, machine setting, image acquisition, spectral measurement that can improve the quality of color duplex sonography, but also point out common sources of pitfalls and technical errors in vascular and cardiac sonography. The authors also briefly present sonographic manifestations of normal and pathological cardiac, arterial, and venous color duplex sonography combining with gray scale image and illustrations, which provide readers with anatomic and hemodynamic information throughout the body.
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