Diagnosis and Management of Fetal Disorders
reviews key points in obstetrics/maternal fetal medicine imagery analysis of the pregnant uterus and its contents. Specifically, chapters cover ultrasound of different fetal organs, physiological systems and diseases. The authors also provide radiological correlation to help the obstetrician, pediatrician, radiologist, and other specialists know the basics and some more advanced concepts that will allow diagnosis of fetal abnormality, and what those findings mean to the patient and their families vis-a-vis the fetus in their pregnancy. It is ,therefore, a handbook that helps medical residents and professionals to assess cases in real-time or to review a given clinical problem.
-13 structured chapters covering key topics related to the ultrasound of different fetal organs, physiological systems and diseases
- Evidence-based presentation through detailed images and references
- Portability and practical information on general and differential diagnostics to consider in fetal and uterine examinations.
- Useful information for medical and genetic counseling affected mothers and couples
The book is intended for a broad readership in medicine including medical students, specialty trainees and attending physicians in obstetrics, pediatrics, radiology, and subspecialty trainees in maternal fetal medicine, neonatology, ultrasound imaging. Medical professionals in allied fields including sonography, family practice, and genetic counseling will also benefit from the information presented in the book.
Ob/Gyn doctors, perinatologists, pediatricians, radiologists, Ob/Gyn residents, physicians and medical students; medical professionals in allied fields such as sonography, family medicine, and genetic counseling.