Diagnostic Imaging Obstetric

Woodward . Kennedy . Sohaey

Autor: Woodward

ISBN: 9781931884822

Encuadernación: Tapa Dura

Año Edición: 2011

Edición: 2ª ed.

Páginas: 1000

Peso: 3.9 Kg.

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Amirsys proudly announces the Second Edition of the bestselling Diagnostic Imaging: Obstetrics, written by the foremost experts in the field, Dr. Paula Woodward and team.With approximately 260 diagnoses—all featuring the most recent information,citations, and images—this reference guides the practicing radiologist through theintricacies of obstetrics and gynecology. Richly colored graphics pop off the page, andall images are fully annotated to highlight the most important diagnostic possibilities.Coupled with a new companion eBook, which includes hundreds of additionalimages, references, and fully searchable text, this updated volume will surelybecome the new standard reference textbook for imaging of obstetrics andgynecologic-related anomalies.


  • Published by the innovative medical publisher Amirsys
  • Written by renowned experts in obstetrical ultrasound, fetal MRI, fetal cardiology, genetics and perinatology
  • Rich, prose introductions provide the reader with conceptual frameworks for the diagnoses that follow
  • Presents the most essential and up-to-date reference material
  • Extensive use of the most up-to-date imaging including fetal MRI and 3D ultrasound with correlative clinical photographs
  • New chapters on embryology with color graphic and ultrasound images give a detailed explanation of important developmental milestones
  • Addition of dozens of new tables facilitates easy access to pertinent data for clinical practice
  • Thousands of new images, illustrations, and graphics, all extensively annotated
  • Text is both succinct and bulleted to present all pertinent information efficiently for quick reference

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Autor Woodward
ISBN 9781931884822
Encuadernación Tapa Dura
Año Edición 2011
Edición 2ª ed.
Páginas 1000
Peso 3.9 Kg.

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