Ultrasound and the Ovary

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A. Kurjak
CRC Press, 15 черв. 1994 р. - 280 стор.
This volume explains how sonography is now used to explore all aspects of ovarian structure, physiology and disease. the ovary is perhaps the most active organ in the female body, and as such is particularly complex in its embrology, histology and steroidogenesis. It is derived from a range of tissue types, and represents the site of origin of a larger variety of primary and secondary cancers than any other organ. Because of this complexity, the use of diagnostic ultrasound is becoming increasingly important, not only in expanding the understanding of the ovary, but in enhancing the potential for early diagnosis of ovarian tumours.
 

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The physiology and endocrinology of the ovary
17
place of sonography
47
The ovary and genetics
65
The ovary and assisted reproduction
83
The corpus luteum
99
Morphological evaluation of the ovary using transvaginal sonography
115
Benign and malignant ovarian tumors
129
Ovarian tumors in pregnancy
147
Clinical and ultrasound dimensions of infections of the ovary and Fallopian tube
165
Polycystic ovarian syndrome and the current contribution of ultrasound
179
Normal and abnormal ovarian circulation
189
transvaginal color Doppler assessment
211
The postmenopausal ovary
231
Ethical and legal aspects
255
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