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Interventional Ultrasound

  • Hans Henrik Holm
  • Jørgen Kvist Kristensen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-12
  2. H. H. Holm, J. Kvist Kristensen
    Pages 13-15
  3. Sven Grønvall
    Pages 23-24
  4. Maxwell Sehested, Niels Juul, Bo Hainau
    Pages 29-34
  5. Søren Torp-Pedersen, Mogens Vyberg, Niels Juul, Maxwell Sehested
    Pages 35-42
  6. Aksel Haubek
    Pages 43-53
  7. Masatoshi Makuuchi, Yasutsugu Bandai
    Pages 54-64
  8. Masatoshi Makuuchi, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Susumu Yamazaki
    Pages 65-71
  9. Per G. Lindgren, Anders Hemmingsson
    Pages 72-76
  10. P. Alken
    Pages 77-83
  11. Niels Juul, Søren Torp-Pedersen, Svend Larsen
    Pages 84-90
  12. Aksel Haubek, Hans Erik Hansen
    Pages 91-93
  13. Niels Juul, Søren Torp-Pedersen, Maxwell Sehested
    Pages 94-99
  14. S. Hancke, H. H. Holm, F. Koch
    Pages 100-105
  15. Kenichi Takayasu, Masatoshi Makuuchi, Munemasa Ryu
    Pages 106-112
  16. Flemming Jensen
    Pages 113-116
  17. Jens Bang
    Pages 122-128
  18. Jan Fog Pedersen
    Pages 129-131
  19. Michael Manco-Johnson, William Clewell, Dolores Pretorius, David Manchester
    Pages 132-142
  20. Niels Juul, Søren Torp-Pedersen, Bo Hainau
    Pages 143-147
  21. Søren Torp Pedersen, Niels Juul, Torben Larsen, Hans Henrik Holm, Maxwell Sehested
    Pages 148-153
  22. Ivo Cikes, Branko Breyer, Aleksander Ernst, Fedor Custovic
    Pages 160-168
  23. H. H. Holm, N. Juul
    Pages 178-184
  24. Back Matter
    Pages 185-186

About this book

Introduction

Modern sonography makes possible the detection of small and subtle changes in the normal echo pattern. These may represent significant pathological changes which can not al­ ways be fully revealed by the echo pattern alone. There is, therefore, an increasing need for the supplement of the ultra­ sonically guided percutaneous puncture, which can be per­ formed with great accuracy and with virtually no risk. Also, ultrasonically guided puncture has proven invaluable for a wide variety of therapeutic purposes. The first percutaneous puncture guided by ultrasonic scanning using a specifically designed transducer was per­ formed in 1969 at the ultrasonic laboratory in Gentofte, now Herlev, Hospital, Copenhagen. The idea was based on a punc­ ture transducer described and used by Kratochwill for punc­ ture under the guidance of the ultrasonic A-presentation tech­ nique. The development in the field formed the basis of the First International Conference on Ultrasonically Guided Puncture at Herlev Hospital in 1978 sponsored by The Danish Society of Diagnostic Ultrasound. The knowledge and experience of the speakers at that conference was compiled in the book "Ultrasonically Guided Puncture Technique" published in 1980. Since then the Society has sponsored a conference at the same place in 1980 and 1983, the latest conference being termed "Third International Conference on lnterventional Ultrasound".

Keywords

Laboratory development hospital intervention sonography ultrasound

Editors and affiliations

  • Hans Henrik Holm
    • 1
  • Jørgen Kvist Kristensen
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Urology H Herlev HospitalUniversity of CopenhagenHerlev, CopenhagenDenmark
  2. 2.Department of Urology D RigshospitaletUniversity of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-25530-8
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-87-16-09776-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-25530-8
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