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Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC. Covers the concerns and interests of radiologists and gynecologists. Topics include: evaluation of an infertile couple, diagnostic principles, uterine, congenital, and tubal diseases, interventional tubal recanalization, and more. Halftone images. Previous edition: c1991. DNLM: Hysterosalpingography.
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The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
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Covers the concerns and interests of radiologists and gynecologists. Topics include: evaluation of an infertile couple, diagnostic principles, uterine, congenital, and tubal diseases, interventional tubal recanalization, and more. Halftone images.
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Reviewer: Thomas D. Elmore, MD (University of Tennessee at Memphis College of Medicine)
Description: This second edition of a book on hysterosalpingography serves to update the 1991 edition.
Purpose: The purpose is to preserve a concise atlas of hysterosalpingography.
Audience: The authors provide an easy-to-read, complete reference to both the clinician and/or student of the gynecological patient in regards to hysterosalpingography, primarily addressing the subject of infertility.
Features: Chapters include not only the workup and causes of infertility but also clinical findings and excellent correlation with radiographic examples. The authors have cited renowned gynecologists in the development of this book, and have provided high quality photographs of radiographic findings, both normal and pathological. The organization follows a logical presentation and concludes with a chapter devoted to tubal recanalization which was not included in the original edition. Advances in techniques include magnetic resonance imaging, vaginal sonography, and sonohysteroscopy.
Assessment: I believe that this edition provides an excellent text and atlas covering the subject matter in a concise yet complete manner.
Eight chapters explain issues related to a technique for the clinical evaluation of infertile couples. After an introductory over view of the topic, the papers discuss: radiologic techniques; the procedure of tubal recanalization; normal standard and radiographic anatomy; differential diagnoses of specific patterns of abnormality seen on the hysterosalpingogram; and congenital, uterine, tubal, and adnexal causes of infertility. Other imaging procedures, such as ultrasound and magnetic resonance, are mentioned and illustrated briefly. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Table of Contents
1 Evaluation of the Infertile Couple 1
2 Techniques of Hysterosalpingography 11
3 Normal Radiographic Anatomy 29
4 General Diagnostic Principles 41
5 Congenital Abnormalities 59
6 Uterine Body Abnormalities 71
7 Tubal and Adnexal Abnormalities 89
8 Transcervical Fallopian Tube Recanalization 111
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