Ultrasound in Medicine

Volume 2 Proceedings of the 20th Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine

  • Denis White
  • Ralph Barnes

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Cardiology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages xxiii-xxiii
    2. Navin C. Nanda, Raymond Gramiak, Peter Viles, James Manning, Charles M. Gross
      Pages 1-12
    3. Navin C. Nanda, Raymond Gramiak, Scott Stewart, James Manning
      Pages 13-20
    4. Derek R. Boughner, John Nolan, P. Rechnitzer
      Pages 21-30
    5. W. P. Laird, D. E. Fixler
      Pages 49-54
    6. Joseph Kisslo, Gregg Friedman, Michael Johnson, Olaf T. von Ramm
      Pages 55-56
    7. H. D. Allen, N. Schy, J. Wood, S. J. Goldberg, D. J. Sahn, R. Wojcik
      Pages 57-58
    8. A. E. Weyman, H. Feigenbaum, R. A. Hurwitz, D. A. Girod, J. C. Dillon, J. Stewart
      Pages 61-62
    9. J. B. Seward, A. J. Tajik, D. J. Hagler, D. G. Ritter
      Pages 65-66
    10. L. M. Valdes-Cruz, D. R. Pieroni, J. M. Roland, P. J. Varghese
      Pages 67-68
    11. D. J. Sahn, H. D. Allen, S. J. Goldberg, T. Ovitt, B. Goldberg
      Pages 69-70
    12. J. H. Horgan, V. E. Kemp, W. E. Holland, R. R. Lower, L. Bosher, R. Centor et al.
      Pages 71-72
    13. W. Markiewicz, J. Stoner, S. Hunt, E. London, R. Popp
      Pages 73-73
    14. D. J. Sahn, W. L. Henry, H. D. Allen, J. M. Griffith, S. J. Goldberg
      Pages 75-76
    15. P. Roy, A. J. Tajik, E. R. Giuliani, T. T. Schattenberg, G. T. Gau, R. L. Frye
      Pages 77-78
    16. J. B. Seward, A. J. Tajik
      Pages 79-80
    17. E. S. Williams, A. E. Weyman, C. M. Estevez, H. Feigenbaum
      Pages 81-82
    18. A. E. Weyman, H. Feigenbaum, J. C. Dillon, S. Chang
      Pages 83-83
    19. M. S. Chandra, R. E. Kerber, D. D. Brown, D. C. Funk, F. M. Abboud
      Pages 85-86
    20. Richard A. Meyer, Joan Korfhagen, Gregory L. Johnson, Samuel Kaplan
      Pages 93-94
    21. Olaf T. von Ramm, David R. Cannon, Joseph A. Kisslo
      Pages 95-96
    22. P. Chandraratna, A. Rashid, A. Tolentino, F. Hildner, A. Fester, B. B. Littman
      Pages 97-98
    23. J. Angel, A. DeMaria, E. Amsterdam, A. Neumann, R. Miller, D. Mason
      Pages 99-100
    24. J. Fujii, H. Watanabe, T. Watanabe, N. Takahashi, A. Ohta, K. Kato
      Pages 101-102
    25. H. D. Allen, S. J. Goldberg, D. J. Sahn, W. L. Henry, J. M. Griffith
      Pages 107-108
  3. Abdominal

    1. Front Matter
      Pages N1-N1
    2. William M. Green, Donald L. King, William J. Casarella
      Pages 109-117
    3. Timothy G. Lee, Janice M. Anderson
      Pages 119-129
    4. Saar Porrath, Leopold T. Avallone
      Pages 165-172
    5. K. J. W. Taylor, J. P. Glees, I. A. Smith, D. A. Carpenter
      Pages 173-174
    6. W. F. Sample, Jonathan B. Po, Norman D. Poe, L. Stephen Graham, Leslie R. Bennett
      Pages 175-176
    7. G. S. Perlmutter, B. B. Goldberg
      Pages 177-178
    8. D. B. Rosenberg, K. Haber, W. M. Asher
      Pages 179-181
    9. N. F. Maklad, V. P. Chuang, B. D. Doust, J. E. Curran
      Pages 183-184

About this book


The use of ultrasound for various diagnostic techniques in medicine continues to increase in popularity and complexity. It seems possible that the prediction of the National Science Foun­ dation that ultrasonic techniques may be used as frequently as X-ray techniques by the end of the decade may indeed be fulfilled. The annual scientific meeting of the American Institute of Ultra­ sound in Medicine is the only meeting held regularly on the North American continent and devoted solely to the diagnostic use of ultrasound. Under these circumstances it is not surprising to find that both the attendance at these meetings and the number of papers submitted for presentation, are increasing markedly each year. The papers presented at these meetings probably reflect the "state-of-the-Art" reasonably accurately. The Proceedings of these annual meetings are therefore a valuable record of the current state of ultrasonic diagnostic techniques in the U.S.A. Even though it is not possible to print in extenso every paper presented at the meeting, an attempt has been made with this volume, by increasing the length of the papers printed in abstract form, to enable the reader to obtain an overall view of current developments and research on this continent in all fields of ultrasonic medical diagnostic technology. Speed of publication is essential if this volume is to contain current information.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Denis White
    • 1
  • Ralph Barnes
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of MedicineQueens UniversityCanada
  2. 2.Bowman Gray School of MedicineWake Forest UniversityWinston-SalemUSA

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