Ultrasonography of the Prenatal Brain 3rd edition
Recent advances in imaging of the fetus have furthered our understanding of the neurodevelopment of the fetal brain. This Ultrasonography of the Prenatal Brain 3rd edition has capitalized on incorporating these new technologies in this textbook, to bring the reader the most advanced information alongside the most impressive images. The author is without a doubt the most talented and knowledgeable in imaging the fetal brain. While expecting excellence from these authors is the norm, the reader will not be disappointed.
This Ultrasonography of the Prenatal Brain 3rd edition is all you would want and more. In the few chapters in which the editors are not contributors, they have chosen experts who are the most knowledgeable on the specific subjects. In reading this excellent text, the reader will quickly marvel at how quickly the book flows and is complemented by exquisite companion images. This edition uses advances in MRI fetal imaging to perfection. The just-right use of this modality highlights its most appropriate applications.
At the same time, the highest quality 2D and 3D images beautifully demonstrate how and why ultrasound remains
the frontline modality for prenatal assessment of the fetal brain. The reader can quickly follow the normal fetal development from the early embryonic period all the way to the third trimester.
The authors have created a near-perfect approach that allows the reader to recognize even subtle malformations in development readily. Along with the impeccable images, the authors of all chapters have incorporated
management recommendations including the appropriate follow-up or use of additional imaging and laboratory methods.
This Ultrasonography of the Prenatal Brain 3rd edition textbook is a significant contribution to the literature. It is a must for anyone making the prenatal diagnosis and for every ultrasound laboratory doing any obstetric imaging. Changes made warrant the addition of this text to one’s library even if one has the second edition. Whether it is the new information on the molecular diagnosis, metabolic disorders, or infectious or vascular changes, any one of these areas provides enough value in and of itself to warrant ownership of this third edition.
In reading this Ultrasonography of the Prenatal Brain 3rd edition, new book author says that he has been given the advanced privilege of capitalizing on the further information of this publication. He has already translated many of the newly described diagnostic pearls into daily practice.