3D and 4D Ultrasound: A Text and Atlas

by Ashok Khurana, Nirvikar Dahiya

3D ultrasound has evolved over the past few years to finally command the respect and admiration that it deserves. It is a valuable adjunct to 2D ultrasound scanning which we are so used to. The newer development of 4D ultrasound has been possible due to the fast processing computers that are now available. Authors have used 3D ultrasound in many areas including abdomen, obstetrics, gynecology and tried to compile them in this book.

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Author
1. Khurana Ashok
2. Dahiya Nirvikar
Author's Affiliation
1. The Ultrasound Lab, C-584, Defence Colony, New Delhi, India
Defence Colony, New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Lab, Delhi
The Ultrasound Lab, Centre for Advanced Imaging Research Studies, New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Lab, New Delhi, India
Centre for Advanced Imaging Research Studies, C-584, Defence Colony, New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Lab,C-584, Defence Colony, New Delhi
Institute of Fertility Fulfilment and Research, New Delhi
New Delhi
The Ultrasound Lab Defence Colony New Delhi, India
New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Laboratory, Defence Colony, New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Lab, C 584, Defence Colony, New Delhi, India
The Ultrasound Laboratory, Defence Colony, New Delhi
HERLEV Hospital, Denmark; The Ultrasound Lab, New Delhi, India
2. KG Hospital and Postgraduate Institute, Coimbatore, India
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University of St Louis, MO, USA
ISBN
9788180613227
Speciality
Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/10003
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2004
Pages
302
Book Type
Professional

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