Over the past decade interventional radiology techniques have replaced surgical and clinically guided diagnostic procedures such that the vast majority of patients have a non surgical diagnosis of a breast problem. Interventional Ultrasound of the Breast, written by a collection of well-established and respected authors from the UK’s leading cancer centres, is an invaluable reference for all medical and clinical oncologists, breast surgeons and radiologists.
Table of Contents
1. A History of Breast Diagnosis 2. Anatomy of the Breast 3. Technology for surgeons 4. Training and Accreditation 5. Ultrasound appearances of benign and malignant disease 6. Pre-operative diagnosis and biopsy guns 7. Techniques of Ultrasound Biopsy 8. Techniques of Ultrasound Guided Vacuum Assisted Biopsy 9. Future Developments 10. Future Developments (2) - Focused Ultrasound ablation (FUS)
Phillip Drew MD FRCS is Professor of Tissue Engineering & Repair at The Hull York Medical School, Hull, UK.
Simon Cawthorn MS FRCS is Consultant Breast Surgeon at the Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, UK
Michael Michell MA MB BChir, FRCR is Clinical Director of the Breast Screening Training Centre, King's College Hospital, London, UK.