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Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia
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Contents SECTION 1 Introduction to Ultrasound Imaging 1 Ultrasound 3 2 Speed of Sound 4 3 Attenuation 6 4 Reflection 8 5 Beam Width (Slice Thickness) 12 6 Anisotropy 14 7 Spatial Compound Imaging 16 8 Doppler Imaging 20 9 Ultrasound Transducers 22 10 Transducer Manipulation 23 11 Needle Imaging 25 12 Approach and Techniques 30 13 Sonographic Signs of Successful Injections 34 14 Ultrasound-Guided Catheter Placement for Peripheral Nerve Blocks 36 15 Three-Dimensional Ultrasound 40 SECTION 2 Structures 16 Anatomic Structures 45 17 Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue 46 18 Peripheral Nerves 47 19 Tendons 52 20 Arteries 56 21 Veins 60 22 Bone 62 23 Pleura 64 24 Peritoneum 65 25 Lymph Nodes 66 SECTION 3 Upper Extremity Blocks 26 Supraclavicular Nerve Block 69 27 Interscalene and Supraclavicular Blocks 72 28 Phrenic Nerve Imaging 81 29 Dorsal Scapular Nerve Imaging 84 30 Suprascapular Nerve Block 86 31 Infraclavicular Block 89 32 Axillary Block 99 33 Musculocutaneous Nerve Block 112 34 Forearm Blocks 120 35 Radial Nerve Block 121 36 Median Nerve Block 127 37 Ulnar Nerve Block 133 SECTION 4 Lower Extremity Blocks 38 Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Block 139 39 Fascia Iliaca Block 145 40 Femoral Nerve Block 149 41 Saphenous Nerve Block 162 42 Obturator Nerve Block 170 43 Sciatic Nerve Block 175 44 Anterior Sciatic Nerve Block 183 45 Popliteal Block 187 46 Ankle Block 194 47 Deep Peroneal Nerve Block 195 48 Superficial Peroneal Nerve Block 201 49 Sural Nerve Block 208 50 Tibial Nerve Block 213 SECTION 5 Trunk Blocks 51 Intercostal Nerve Block 221 52 Rectus Sheath Block 224 53 Ilioinguinal Nerve Block 234 54 Transversus Abdominis Plane Block 241 55 Neuraxial Block 249 56 Caudal Epidural Block 257 SECTION 6 Head and Neck Blocks 57 Mental Nerve Block 269 58 Superior Laryngeal Nerve Block 274 59 Great Auricular Nerve Block 280 60 Cervical Plexus Block 286 61 Stellate Ganglion Block (Cervicothoracic Sympathetic Ganglion Block) 294 SECTION 7 Safety Issues 62 Adverse Events 303 63 Intravascular Injections 304 64 Intraneural Injections 306 65 Pneumothorax and Other Chest Pathology 309 Appendix 1. Self-Assessment Questions: Text 312 Appendix 2. Self-Assessment Questions: Images 318 Appendix 3. Advanced Self-Assessment Questions: Text 341 Appendix 4. Advanced Self-Assessment Questions: Images 343

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"With its clear and concise explanations, this is a high-quality introduction for residents or attendings who want to improve their understanding of ultrasound physics and become more proficient in the techniques for regional nerve blocks." - Daniel S Rubin, M.D.(University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine) "In this book, Dr Gray has achieved his aims. This is an excellent book. It is extremely well written, it is simple, very visual, and easy to understand. It is clear when reading the book that the author has great experience using ultrasound, shown particularly in his lack of dogma with regard to how various blocks should be performed. I have read a lot of atlas type books and this is one of the best such books that I have seen. It is difficult to see how it could be improved." Reviewed by: N. D. Edwards on behalf of The British Journal of Anaesthesia, Sept 2014?

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