Ultrasonography is a cornerstone in the evaluation of gynecologic disease. This authoritative new book looks at the techniques of ultrasonography in both office and hospital settings, offering guidance on the optimal use of equipment and covering the full range of benign and malignant gynecologic disease as well as infertility. Ultrasonography in Gynecology offers extensive coverage of the diagnostic potential of ultrasound in gynecologic disease, from the moment the patient walks into the physician's office. All the different approaches in the ultrasonographic evaluation of disease - including 3D ultrasonography, 3D sonohysterography, Doppler imaging and pelvic floor imaging - are extensively covered, with color images throughout. Written and edited by leaders in the field of ultrasonography who have actively participated in national and international teaching courses, Ultrasonography in Gynecology is a must for all gynecologists dealing with infertility, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, gynecologic cancers, and many more gynecologic conditions.
Botros R. M. B. Rizk is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Mobile, AL, USA. Elizabeth E. Puscheck is Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Wayne State University Medical School, Detroit, MI, USA.
Preface; List of contributors; Part I. Techniques: 1. Three-dimensional ultrasonography in gynecology; 2. Hysterosalpingography; 3. Ultrasonography and hysteroscopy in gynecologic evaluation; 4. Consent and legal counseling for gynecologic ultrasound examinations; Part II. Benign Gynecology: 5. Ultrasound imaging in polycystic ovary syndrome; 6. Mullerian anomaly and ultrasonographic diagnosis; 7. Ultrasound imaging in hydrosalpinges; 8. Three-dimensional ultrasonography of subtle uterine anomalies: correlation with hysterosalpingogram, two-dimensional ultrasonography and hysteroscopy; 9. Transvaginal ultrasonography of uterine fibroids; 10. Pelvic floor ultrasound; 11. Ultrasound imaging in endometriosis; 12. Ultrasound imaging of uterine fibroids: evaluation and management; 13. Uterine artery embolization for the treatment of uterine fibroids; Part III. Ectopic Pregnancy: 14. Ectopic pregnancy: ultrasound diagnosis and management; 15. Ultrasound diagnosis of interstitial, cornual and angular pregnancy; 16. Ultrasound diagnosis of cervical pregnancy; 17. Ultrasound diagnosis of cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy; 18. Ultrasound diagnosis of ovarian and abdominal pregnancies; 19. Ultrasound diagnosis of heterotopic ectopic pregnancies; Part IV. Gynecologic Neoplasia: 20. Ultrasound imaging in gestational trophoblastic neoplasia; 21. Ultrasound imaging in ovarian masses: benign or malignant?; 22. Ultrasound imaging of ovarian cancer; 23. Ultrasound imaging of endometrial cancer; Part V. Ultrasonography in Infertility: 24. Use of ultrasound imaging in 'one-stop' fertility diagnosis; 25. Ultrasound assessment prior to infertility treatment; 26. Doppler ultrasonography in infertility; 27. Ultrasound assessment of ovarian reserve; 28. Ultrasound assessment of antral follicular count; 29. Ultrasound monitoring of ovulation induction; 30. Ultrasound-guided Fallopian tube catheterization; 31. Ultrasound imaging of fibroids and infertility; 32. Ultrasound imaging and IVF embryo transfer; 33. Ultrasound to monitor difficult embryo transfers; 34. Ultrasound to detect congenital abnormalities after ART; 35. Ultrasound to detect multiple pregnancies after ART; 36. Ultrasound and pregnancy outcomes after ICSI; 37. The role of ultrasound imaging in the prediction, prevention and management of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome; 38. Self-operated endovaginal telemonitoring: using internet-based home monitoring of follicular growth in assisted reproduction technology; Index.