This book is designed as a definitive report on current capabilities of ultrasound imaging and Doppler evaluation of the cerebral circulation, both extracranial and intracranial. The basic chapters are directed to the beginner in ultrasound and hemodynamics and for the expert in updating newly available modalities and techniques new to the field. The ultrasonic and hemodynamic principles are presented for physicians and vascular technologists in a practical way to avoid unnecessary mathematics. The aim is for maximum clinical utilization so that available equipment may be used more efficiently and provide more accurate diagnosis. The selection of authors represents a wide range of the expertise available in the world today. M.P. Spencer Contents Preface V Contributors IX 1. Introduction 1 Merrill P. Spencer, M.D. 2. Ultrasound physical concepts 7 Merrill P. Spencer, M.D., Ronald E. Hileman, Ph.D., John M. Reid, Ph.D 3. Doppler instrumentation 29 Robert S. Reneman, MD., Ph.D., A.P.G. Hoeks, Ph.D. 4. Normal anatomy, anatomical anomalies and collateral Pathways of the blood supply to the brain 43 Robert Ackerstaff, M.D. 5. Normal blood flow in the arteries 57 Merrill P. Spencer, M.D. 6. Normal physiology and pathophysiology of human cerebral blood fuw ~ P.C.M. Mosmans, M.D., E.J. Jonkman, M.D.
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 710 g
Dimensions: 250 x 170 mm
Edition: 1987 ed.
`The book is clearly written and well illustrated and should be available in any hospital with an ultrasound department and will prove an ideal introduction and reference book to anyone interested in non-invasive assessment of cerebral vessels.'
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgerey & Psychiatry, March 1988
`The book is very good, and I recommend it for anyone performing cerebral vascular US, whether as an expert or a beginner.'
Radiology, April 1988