Atlas of Fetal Ultrasound 1st edition 2018: Normal Imaging and Malformations
It is with great pleasure that Author present this Atlas of Fetal Ultrasound 1st edition 2018: Normal Imaging and Malformations. The original is in its second edition in Brazil, as the first version sold out and was reprinted over the years. It is one of the reference books for Medical Schools and Specialist Title Examinations in our country.
The authors are very experienced in fetal structural ultrasound, and there is a lack of published fetal ultrasound images organized as an atlas in the medical literature. In the present volume of Atlas of Fetal Ultrasound 1st edition 2018, the emphasis was placed on the image captions and short introductory texts to the chapters. Readers will notice that the captions present concepts and advice in a coherent and didactic way. Fetal structural ultrasound must be performed regularly from the fetal head to the feet.
Every sonographer should find his methods, making sure that the fetal scan is carried out using a uniform technique that is repeated from patient to patient. The author believes that this is the best way to avoid diagnostic mistakes.Some might say that publishing a paper edition of a book of fetal images would be obsolete, as digitalization is the most important method for sharing knowledge.
In our opinion, an organized and complete printed edition of fetal images is of great interest. Obtaining information only from digitalized media can lead to a focal and thus incomplete approach to fetal pathological conditions. This volume helps practitioners to organize ideas and offers a complete overview of the fetus, as it covers most fetal malformations. Also, this Atlas of Fetal Ultrasound 1st edition 2018 is presented in both a printed and a digitalized form, offering students and professionals the complete range of options.
This Atlas of Fetal Ultrasound 1st edition 2018 was conceived to be easily handled, and it can be used as a handbook; therefore, professionals can bring it to their daily practice and check for images and pathological conditions that occasionally appear during their routine work.