Atlas of Pelvic Floor Ultrasound by Hans Peter Dietz, Lennox P.J. Hoyte, Anneke B. Steensma
Publisher: Springer | 2007 | ISBN: 1846285208 | 138 pages | PDF | 11,8 MB
Ultrasound has replaced X-ray as the main imaging modality for the diagnosis of pelvic floor disorders in the female. Most recent developments - volume contrast, speckle reduction and multi-slice imaging - have markedly enhanced spatial resolution and ease of use, with the result that ultrasound now enables cost-effective and non-invasive demonstration of bladder neck and pelvic organ mobility, vaginal, urethral and levator ani function and anatomy, and anorectal anatomy.