Atlas of Ultrasound Anatomy: Normal Anatomy as the Basis of Sonographic Diagnosis. Ann Intern Med. 1991;115:835. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-115-10-835_2
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1991;115(10):835.
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An exhaustive, magnificently illustrated, finely printed atlas covering the thorax; abdomen; pelvis; brain; eye, orbit, and lacrimal apparatus; temporomandibular joint; neck; thyroid gland; mammary glands; heart; liver; gallbladder and bile ducts; pancreas; spleen; urinary tract; male and female genitals; pregnant uterus and the foetus; arm; hip; leg and knee meniscus; and vessels. The three opening chapters cover the history of sonography, ultrasound methods, and biological side effects. The closing chapter covers ultrasound-guided biopsy and aspiration. Each anatomic section reviews relevant gross anatomy and then presents diagrams of structures illustrated on a particular pair of pages, anatomic sections in color, diagrams
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