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  1. Ultrasound: The Requisites, Second Edition (Requisites in Radiology) by William D. Middleton, Alfred B. Kurtz, 2003-12-31
  2. Diagnostic Ultrasound, 2-Volume Set by Carol M. Rumack MDFACR, Stephanie R. Wilson MD, et all 2010-11-19
  3. Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound (Fundamentals of Radiology) by Jon A. Jacobson MD, 2007-08-03
  4. Ultrasound Physics Review: A Review for the Ardms SPI Exam by Cindy Owen, 2009-11-09
  5. Understanding Ultrasound Physics: Fundamentals and Exam Review by Sidney K. Edelman, 1994-06
  6. Ultrasound of the Musculoskeletal System (Medical Radiology / Diagnostic Imaging) by Stefano Bianchi, Carlo Martinoli, 2007-03-20
  7. Exam Preparation for Diagnostic Ultrasound: Abdomen and OB/GYN (Lippincott's Review Series) by Roger C. Sanders, Jann Dolk, et all 2001-09-15
  8. Ultrasound Scanning: Principles and Protocols, 3rd Edition by Betty Bates Tempkin BART(R)RDMS, 2009-04-24
  9. Diagnostic Ultrasound: Principles and Instruments (Diagnostic Ultrasound: Principles & Instruments (Kremkau)) by Frederick W. Kremkau PhD, 2005-10-17
  10. Emergency Ultrasound by O. John Ma, James Mateer, et all 2007-10-30
  11. Thyroid Ultrasound and Ultrasound-Guided FNA
  12. Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
  13. Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound by Thomas G. Nyland DVMMS, John S. Mattoon DVMDACVR, 2002-01-15
  14. Ultrasound Secrets by Vikram S. Dogra MD, Deborah J. Rubens MD, 2003-11-26

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2. Diagnostic Ultrasound
Information about biomedical engineering, diagnostic ultrasound, color ultrasound, 3D ultrasound and telesonography. Provides services such as consultation, training, software development and telesonography systems assembling. Includes articles, ultrasound pictures and a mailing list.
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Creative diagnostic ultrasound techniques such as color post processing, C.A.D. (Computer Aided Diagnosis) and Ultrasound Tissue Characterization. eHealth techniques such as modeling, structure recognition, quantum computing for medical applications. Diagnostic ultrasound improved with telematics (Telecommunications and informatics). Ultrasound tissue characterization with color processing technique. 3-D Ultrasound remote diagnosis (telesonography), telemedicine and color 3-D ultrasound. Grayscale and color ultrasound pictures (unique images). Consultation. Diagnostic Software development and telesonography systems assembling. Ultrasound mailing list.
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  • Ultrasound definition . (Physics) Velocity of sound in some Biological Materials. Impedance . (Physics) Ultrasound Frequency and Resolution First use of ultrasound technique in Medicine Main differences between ultrasound and X-rays Ultrasound safety information ... Something about ultrasound physics
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  • 3. Obstetric Ultrasound A Comprehensive Guide To Ultrasound Scans
    Comprehensive guide to Obstetric/ prenatal ultrasound. Covers all aspects of sonography in pregnancy Category Science Technology ultrasound Medical Imaging ObGyn......Comprehensive guide to Obstetric/ prenatal ultrasound. Covers all aspects of sonographyin pregnancy and the fetus. . What are Obstetric ultrasound Scans?
    A Comprehensive Guide
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    What are Obstetric Ultrasound Scans?
    Obstetric Ultrasound is the use of ultrasound scans in pregnancy. Since its introduction in the late 1950’s ultrasonography has become a very useful diagnostic tool in Obstetrics. Currently used equipments are known as real-time scanners, with which a continous picture of the moving fetus can be depicted on a monitor screen. Very high frequency sound waves of between 3.5 to 7.0 megahertz (i.e. 3.5 to 7 million cycles per second) are generally used for this purpose. They are emitted from a transducer which is placed in contact with the maternal abdomen, and is moved to "look at" (likened to a light shined from a torch) any particular content of the uterus. Repetitive arrays of ultrasound beams scan the fetus in thin slices and are reflected back onto the same transducer. The information obtained from different reflections are recomposed back into a picture on the monitor screen (a sonogram, or ultrasonogram). Movements such as fetal heart beat and malformations in the feus can be assessed and measurements can be made accurately on the images displayed on the screen. Such measurements form the cornerstone in the assessment of gestational age, size and growth in the fetus.

    4. Obstetric Ultrasound A Comprehensive Guide To Ultrasound Scans In
    Comprehensive guide to Obstetric/ prenatal ultrasound. Covers all aspects of sonography in pregnancy and the fetus. http// Please update your bookmarks accordingly
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    5. 3D Ultrasound Resource
    ultrasound we cannot hear it, but we can use it to image objects concealed from the eye. It has been used since early this century in medical, geological and oceanographical applications.
    Ultrasound - we cannot hear it, but we can use it to image objects concealed from the eye. It has been used since early this century in medical, geological and oceanographical applications. Three-dimensional ultrasound as a concept has existed since the 50s, better known as ultrasound holography. Ultrasound has been used in medicine since the Second World War and is recognised as a non-invasive, non-radiative, real-time and inexpensive imaging modality. For these reasons, and with the advent of three-dimensional medical imaging, there has been a renewed interest in ultrasound and three-dimensional ultrasound in particular. This resource aims to collect all publicly available information on three-dimensional ultrasound and make it available to everybody. Although the majority of research has been into medical uses of three-dimensional ultrasound (such is my own interest as well), I would like these pages to contain information from all disciplines since the very nature of this area is multidisciplinary. Please email to me anything that you find missing from these pages.
    Due to the growing size of available information I've divided this resource into the following areas:
    • Research institutions involved in 3D ultrasound
    • Medical professionals using 3D ultrasound technology
    • Publications on 3D ultrasound
    • Commercial institutions offering 3D ultrasound technology

    Here are some links to other WWW pages of general interest:

    6. Journal Of Ultrasound In Medicine
    Official journal of the American Institute of ultrasound in Medicine.Category Health Medicine Medical Specialties Radiology Journals...... American Institute of ultrasound in Medicine HighWire Press The American Instituteof ultrasound in Medicine publishes Journal of ultrasound in Medicine.

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    7. SRU - Ultrasound Exams
    ultrasound Exams. This page is for you if you are curious about whatan ultrasound procedure is like. Types of ultrasound Examinations.
    Ultrasound Exams This page is for you if you are curious about what an ultrasound procedure is like. You or a loved one may have had an ultrasound procedure prescribed by your physician. When you call to schedule your procedure, the radiologist, an M.D. specializing in diagnosis or one of his co-workers may talk to you on the telephone to answer any questions. Because there are many different types of ultrasound tests, there are different ways to prepare. The radiologist probably has your previous x-ray and imaging studies to review with your ultrasound examination, but sometimes the radiologist will call your doctor to find out more clinical information about you. The examination itself may be performed by a trained ultrasound technologist, by the radiologist or both. Because interpreting images is their medical specialty, unlike most other specialists, radiologists have special training in the technology and techniques of ultrasound to get the best examinations. They also can bring together all the available clinical and radiological information to come to a quick and correct diagnosis. We have separated ultrasound procedures into the most commonly prescibed categories and have given each of these their own page. To assist you in deciding where to look, the different types of ultrasound and the kinds of things they are used for are described below. A more complete description and pictures are included on the linked pages on this website.

    8. Welcome To Diagnostic Ultrasound
    Develops, manufactures and markets applicationspecific ultrasound products to diagnose, manage and treat patients with urinary outflow.

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    10. History Of Ultrasound In Obstetrics And Gynecology, Part 1
    Compiled by Dr. Joseph Woo.Category Science Technology ultrasound Medical Imaging Ob-Gyn......A short History of the development of ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Inthe. 1940s, ultrasound had slowly evolved to become a neurosurgical tool.
    A short History of the development of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology
    Dr. Joseph Woo
    Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Site Index
    he term SONAR refers to Sound Navigation and Ranging . As early as Daniel Colladen , a Swiss physicist, had used an underwater bell in an attempt to calculate the speed of sound in the waters of Lake Geneva. Other early attempts at mapping the ocean-floor basing on simple echo-sounding methods were nevertheless unrewarding. Lord Rayleigh in England published in the famous treatise " The Theory of Sound " in which the fundamental physics of sound vibrations (waves), transmission and refraction were clearly delineated. The breakthrough in echo-sounding techniques came when the piezo-electric effect in certain crystals was discovered by Pierre Curie and his brother Jacques Curie in France in They observed that an electric potential would be produced when mechanical pressure was exerted on a quartz crystal such as the Rochelle salt (sodium potassium tartrate tetrahydrate) and conversely, the application of an electric charge would produce deformation in the crystal and causing it to vibrate. It was then possible for the generation and reception of 'ultra'-sounds that are in the frequency range of millions of cycles per second (megahertz) which could be employed in echo sounding devices. Much research and development in piezo-electricity followed.

    11. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - Ultrasound Quarterly
    Website provides access to fulltext content, online-only content, features and services, author submissi Category Health Medicine Medical Specialties Radiology Journals......
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    12. Ultrasound: How Does It Work? | Multimedia Activities
    Learn about how waves are reflected as they travel through various objects, and how these reflections are used to produce images for medical use.

    13. Peter Callen's OB-Gyn Ultrasound Online
    The Medical ultrasound Imaging WWW Directory has moved to http// home. att. net/~ don. christopher/ ultrasound. htm
    Edited and Authored by Peter W. Callen, M.D. Online Teaching Files
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    Subscription information, abstracts archive, instructions for authors, and advertising information.Category Science Technology ultrasound Publications......Journal of ultrasound in Medicine JUM Online Submit Abstracts Online SubscriptionInformation Rates valid for subscriptions beginning January through December
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    Subscription rates: JOURNAL OF ULTRASOUND IN MEDICINE (ISSN 0278-4297) is issued monthly in one indexed volume per year by the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, 14750 Sweitzer Lane, Suite 100, Laurel, MD 20707-5906. Printed in the U.S. in Richmond, VA.
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    News, biography, images, sounds, and tour information from the band's label.

    16. Ultrasound Review: Keeping Medical Imaging Professionals Informed About The Late
    ultrasound review is a cost-effective method of keeping up with research in ultrasound imaging for Category Science Technology ultrasound Medical Imaging......ultrasound review keeps you informed with ultrasound research new ultrasound applications.We review medical journals, your ultrasound education is enhanced.
    Directions in Medical Imaging SITE DIRECTORY Book Reviews Education Journals Meetings ... Online Library The ultimate starting point for all important ultrasound research and information . We keep you informed about the latest ultrasound research and new applications. Every month we review the latest journals - your ultrasound education is enhanced. Simply send us your email and details so we can email an Adobe PDF file of each new issue - easy to print and easy to read - more details ULTRASOUND REVIEW volume 6 issue 1
    January/Feb 2003 Detection of cesarean scars by transvaginal ultrasound
    Fetal lateral ventricular width
    : what should be its upper limit?
    Color duplex ultrasonography in the diagnosis of temporal arteritis
    Sonography of the calf
    in patients with suspected leg DVT
    Effect of a protocol on outcomes in patients with appendicitis
    Sonographic findings of in children
    Optic neuritis
    : evaluation with orbital Doppler sonography
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    17. Miller Radiology
    Information on the services, outsourcing and education offered by this Rolling Hills Estates, California office.

    18. Endoscopic Ultrasonography Homepage
    This page aims at providing a systematized and updated literature review service as well as coordinating and exchanging information about ongoing EUS activities.

    19. ScienceDirect - Ultrasound In Medicine & Biology - List Of Issues
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