Written by leading experts in the field, Dr. Griffith et al. have produced, Diagnostic Ultrasound: Musculoskeletal, the most comprehensive and up-to-date reference on musculoskeletal ultrasound.
One of the keys to understanding any imaging modality is anatomy and this aspect has been well covered in the opening section. This beautifully illustrated section covers all relevant ultrasound anatomy in detail. The next diagnostic imaging section deals with the full range of specific entities likely to be encountered when performing musculoskeletal ultrasound such as discrete soft tissues masses, tendon disorders, entrapment syndromes, vascular anomalies, subcutaneous, muscle, and joint disorders.
The next differential diagnosis section is unique in looking at musculosketal ultrasound imaging from a completely different viewpoint. It addresses the differential diagnoses should you consider when faced with different clinical ultrasound scenarios such as, for example, a patient with a para-articular cystic mass or an echogenic subcutaneous mass. This section is particularly helpful to those less experienced with musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Diagnostic Ultrasound: Musculoskeletal is ideally suited to guide intervention for either diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. With this in mind, the final section comprises an encompassing, up-to-date assessment of the indications, techniques and sequelae of all commonly employed ultrasound-guided musculoskeletal interventional procedures.
This comprehensive book is written in an easy to access format, and is ideally suited to a busy musculoskeletal ultrasound practice. It is packed with useful information, supported by beautiful schematic diagrams, and carefully selected illustrative high quality ultrasound images.