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April 1978

Fundamentals of Medical Ultrasonography

Arch Ophthalmol. 1978;96(4):730. doi:10.1001/archopht.1978.03910050408026

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Abstract

Readers are advised that in view of The Copyright Revision Act of 1976, all Book Reviews submitted for publication must contain on the transmittal letter the following language: "The person(s) undersigned hereby grant the American Medical Association permission to publish this Book Review and in addition, hereby assigns all copyright ownership therein to the AMA."

This big and well-organized book (almost 500 pages) is written for physicians and their assistants. Gilbert Baum himself discusses the physics and technology of ultrasonic diagnosis; this discussion comprises a large part of the text. In addition, he reviews clinical applications of ultrasonography in examinations of the eye, orbit, neck and head, breast, and peripheral vascular system. Donald W. Baker, Ross E. Brown, Inge Edler, Louis M. Hellman, Joseph H. Holmes, George Kossoff, Walter Strother, and D. Naldrett White, all well-known authorities in their fields, present the clinical applications of echography in neurology, cardiology,

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