Diagnostic Medical Sonography: A Guide to Clinical Practice Abdomen and Superficial Structures, 3rd Edition

LWW’s Sonography texts are up to date with technology, and the needs of students and faculty. Get the right content at the right level for the right way to teach and learn! Diagnostic Medical Sonography: A Guide to Clinical Practice Abdomen and Superficial Structures is the most in-depth, appropriate textbook to cover abdominal ulatrasound, and is the ideal text for sonography students pursuing a greater understanding of this specialization. Beginning with core anatomy topics, this text is aimed at providing a thorough understanding of this crucial topic, giving it the attention it deserves, and students and faculty the support they want. As a component of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Series, this title will allow you to provide a comprehensive, current, and consistent treatment of sonography specializations in a way you were never able to before.
– New four-color art throughout the book, including color Doppler scans
– Updated and expanded coverage throughout
– New objectives, key terms, and critical questions are included in each chapter to enhance understanding
– New pathology boxes provide a quick reference to key information with a cross reference to the figures
– Continues to be a readable and comprehensive text for the abdomen and superficial structures
– New chapters covering Organ Transplantation, Emergency Sonography, Foreign Bodies, and Sonography Guided Interventional Procedures

Publication Date: 15 February 2012


  • Diane M. Kawamura, PhD, RT(R), RDMS,  Professor, Radiologic Sciences, Weber State University,  Ogden, UT
  • Bridgette M. Lunsford, MAEd, RVT, RDMS,  GE Healthcare – Ultrasound,  Arlington, VA

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