Authored by three of the leading world experts in phlebology, Venous Ultrasound is an essential text for anyone involved in the treatment of chronic venous disease. It provides specific information on ultrasound as it is applied to chronic insufficiency, including history, general techniques, examples of anatomy, and protocols for performing ultrasound on patients. Focusing on the fundamentals that every phlebologist needs to know, the book includes color illustrations and numerous line drawings for a complete learning experience.
• Covers anatomy related to venous insufficiency
• Includes useful diagrams and images to aid understanding
• Thoroughly up to date, with all the latest information for those practicing
Venous Ultrasound will be invaluable for anyone interested in phlebology,
especially general and vascular surgeons, physicians, radiologists, angiologists,
sonographers, and nurses who work in this area.
Principles of Doppler Ultrasound
Indirect Non-Invasive Venous Testing
Practical Start Up Tips for Image Optimization and Acquisition
Practical Guide to Scanning
Ultrasound Performance, Interpretation, Documentation and Reporting
Intro and Labels