edited by K. C. Ossoinig, 621 pp with illus, Boston, Mass, Dr W. Junk Publishers (Kluwer Academic), 1987, $150.
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The proceedings of the 10th International Society for Ultrasound in Ophthalmology (SIDUO) Congress (1984) provide a good spectrum of articles and abstracts that cover virtually every aspect of ultrasonography, from biometry to tissue differential diagnosis. As a bonus, new diagnostic investigations are described, some with preliminary results and others as the result of lengthy investigations. There is also a significant and relatively new section that shows tremendous potential for future research regarding mechanisms of measuring ocular blood flow using Doppler techniques; the implications for future study of ocular vascular disease are obvious.
"... cover virtually every aspect of ultrasonography... "
These proceedings should prove valuable not only to those who are seriously involved with diagnostic and therapeutic ultrasonography but also for those less involved who wish to have an overview of ophthalmic ultrasonography
As one might expect, a major part of the book is dedicated to biometric analyses of every part of
Hodes B. Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series 48, Ophthalmic Echography, Proceedings of the 10th SIDUO. Arch Ophthalmol. 1990;108(3):335. doi:10.1001/archopht.1990.01070050033017
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