Fetology: diagnosis and management of the fetal patient 2nd edition

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/197410
Title:
Fetology: diagnosis and management of the fetal patient 2nd edition
Authors:
Bianci, DW; Crombleholme, TM; Dalton, ME; Malone, FD
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional
Issue Date:
23-Apr-2010
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/197410
Item Type:
Book
Language:
en
Description:
Fetology: Diagnosis and Management of the Fetal Patient offers a cross-disciplinary approach that goes beyond the traditional boundaries of obstetrics, pediatrics, and surgery to help you effectively diagnose and treat fetal patients. Fetology considers the full implications of a fetal sonographic or chromosomal diagnosis—from prenatal management to long-term outcome—for an affected child. Here, you’ll find all the insights you need to answer the questions of parents faced with a diagnosis of a fetal abnormality—and present them with a coordinated therapeutic plan. Features NEW! Full-color design NEW! Five new chapters on Adrenal Masses, Abdominal Cysts, Overgrowth, Mosaic Trisomy, and DiGeorge Syndrome NEW! Chapters summarizing contemporary approaches to first and second trimester screening for aneuploidy NEW! 3D ultrasound and MRI images: over 450 images clearly illustrate the diagnosis of anomalies with the latest, most precise imaging technology NEW! Key Points open each chapter, providing rapid review of a particular condition Highlighted treatment/management guidelines deliver quick access to practical, what-to-do information Each chapter, which covers a single anomaly, includes description of the medical condition, incidence, characteristic sonographic findings, differential diagnosis, best treatment during pregnancy, treatment of the newborn, expected outcome, and more Addresses gaps in our knowledge that highlight unmet clinical needs and areas for future research
ISBN:
9780071442015; 0071442014

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dc.contributor.authorBianci, DWen
dc.contributor.authorCrombleholme, TMen
dc.contributor.authorDalton, MEen
dc.contributor.authorMalone, FDen
dc.date.accessioned2011-12-15T12:00:35Z-
dc.date.available2011-12-15T12:00:35Z-
dc.date.issued2010-04-23-
dc.identifier.isbn9780071442015-
dc.identifier.isbn0071442014-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/197410-
dc.descriptionFetology: Diagnosis and Management of the Fetal Patient offers a cross-disciplinary approach that goes beyond the traditional boundaries of obstetrics, pediatrics, and surgery to help you effectively diagnose and treat fetal patients. Fetology considers the full implications of a fetal sonographic or chromosomal diagnosis—from prenatal management to long-term outcome—for an affected child. Here, you’ll find all the insights you need to answer the questions of parents faced with a diagnosis of a fetal abnormality—and present them with a coordinated therapeutic plan. Features NEW! Full-color design NEW! Five new chapters on Adrenal Masses, Abdominal Cysts, Overgrowth, Mosaic Trisomy, and DiGeorge Syndrome NEW! Chapters summarizing contemporary approaches to first and second trimester screening for aneuploidy NEW! 3D ultrasound and MRI images: over 450 images clearly illustrate the diagnosis of anomalies with the latest, most precise imaging technology NEW! Key Points open each chapter, providing rapid review of a particular condition Highlighted treatment/management guidelines deliver quick access to practical, what-to-do information Each chapter, which covers a single anomaly, includes description of the medical condition, incidence, characteristic sonographic findings, differential diagnosis, best treatment during pregnancy, treatment of the newborn, expected outcome, and more Addresses gaps in our knowledge that highlight unmet clinical needs and areas for future researchen
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherMcGraw-Hill Professionalen
dc.titleFetology: diagnosis and management of the fetal patient 2nd editionen
dc.typeBooken
dc.description.provinceLeinster-
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