Ultrasound and the Fetal Brain

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F.A. Chervenak, A. Kurjak
CRC Press, Jul 15, 1995 - Medical - 254 pages
This book presents original new data along with authoritative analyses and syntheses of all available clinical and research findings on using ultrasound, including color Doppler and magnetic resonance imaging, to examine and diagnose pathologies of, damage to, and anomalies of the fetal brain. It has eleven color plates of ultrasound and color Doppler scans, many black-and-white illustrations, and the largest collection of references ever published on ultrasound and the fetal brain. The contributing authors are the world's pioneering experts on ultrasound diagnosis in obstetrics and gynecology, whose work forms the backbone of modern clinical practice and research in this field.

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Contents

Kostović
1
Fetal brain pathology and ultrasound
27
Transabdominal sonography of the fetal forebrain
43
P Spagnolo
50
The fetal posterior fossa
83
the second and third trimesters of pregnancy
109
Color Doppler assessment of early fetal cerebral circulation
127
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
143
Magnetic resonance imaging of the fetal brain
145
Sloane Hospital for Women
158
Fetal neurology
161
Fetal shunting for hydrocephalus
177
Genetics of central nervous system anomalies
197
Prognosis of fetal hydrocephalus
207
Index
223
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