This practical reference combines an extensive list of differential diagnoses with concise descriptions of important clinical and sonographic features most commonly found in abdominal and pelvic ultrasound studies. By combining gamuts with a concise description of important clinical and sonographic features, it is designed to help the practitioner quickly and accurately make a definite diagnosis. Each chapter contains a brief overview of a specific region, in which anatomy, normal measurements, and tips for performing an accurate, complete study are described. Pathologic processes typically identified with ultrasound are discussed in short paragraphs providing information on causes and sonographic appearance. Most importantly, the authors explain the rationale for obtaining certain scans and why specific features must be identified for a complete and useful examination.
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