Written by Dr. Robert Gill, one of Australia’s leading Ultrasound Physics and Technology lecturers.
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Do you like a physical book so you can easily highlight passages, use sticky notes etc? Then this is the book for you.
If you also like the convenience and portability of an e-book, you can buy the print book plus e-book package at our special price.
Click here to see a list of the contents of the book and here to see a few sample pages.
This Guide complements the textbook. It contains over 120 short questions and provides model answers for each.
Students will find it valuable as a learning aid and as a resource to test their knowledge and understanding.
Teachers, supervisors and tutors will find it a useful teaching asset and an excellent starting point for writing quiz and exam questions.
As well as the print versions, these books are available in several e-book formats: the widely used ePub format, Apple's iBooks format and Amazon's Kindle format.
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E-books purchased from this site do not use the usual Digital Rights Management, making them simpler to download and read on multiple devices (desktop and laptop computers, tablets, etc).
Ultrasound artifacts are usually recognized by the operator and pose only a minor nuisance. But sometimes a cunning artifact will confuse even the most astute ultrasound practitioner. The purpose of this book is to demystify artifacts, expose their true nature and offer the reader tools to recognize, eliminate and circumvent even the most stubborn artifacts.
See what the reviewers in the professional journals have to say:
Australasian Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (published by the Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine)
InsideNews (published by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists)
Soundeffects (published by the Australian Sonographers Association)
Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences (published by the Australian Institute of Radiography)
Canadian Journal of Medical Sonography
The following universities, professional organisations and private sector courses have adopted the book as the prescribed or recommended text for their courses:
Queensland University of Technology
Charles Sturt University
University of South Australia
University of Sydney
University of Newcastle
Central Queensland University
Western Sydney University
Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine (DDU, DMU, CCPU, CAHPU)
Australian Institute of Ultrasound
Australian School of Medical Imaging
Australian Institute of Healthcare Education
Ultrasound Training Solutions
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (Fellowship training program)
Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (Radiation Oncology Medical Physics Clinical Training Guide)
Vision College, Malaysia
University of Massachusetts, USA
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Our online learning website is designed to complement these books.
The website, Sonophys eLearning, offers a suite of online courses to help students to master these difficult subjects plus a number of free resources.
The free resources include:
* Whiteboard presentations with voice-over showing how to answer all the questions in the book that require calculation.
* Additional calculation questions with correct answers.
* Multiple choice questions to test your understanding.
GO TO THE E-LEARNING SITE
“Stunning. A tour de force. I am sure it will become the new standard physics textbook in Australasia and perhaps the world. There simply isn't anything like this out there.”
“Love it. You make ultrasound physics easy to understand. I compared a few chapters to [the text used at present] and what a difference!”
“You’ve really done a wonderful job. The illustrations especially are so clear and concise. Not too long or over-complicated either. Just right."
“I've ... chosen to find aspects of physics that I have found to be poorly explained in all the other books available - thank you for having such an ability to bring these concepts into language understood by poor mortals. I am truly impressed. The overall initial impression is - this is the book we've all been waiting for”
“Rob Gill has a unique ability to describe the often complicated concepts of ultrasound physics in a way that is easy to understand. For this reason, Rob is always my 'go-to-guy' for any questions that I have regarding this topic. So I have no doubt that his textbook on Ultrasound Physics will be embraced as a 'must-have' study tool and teaching guide for all those in the field of medical ultrasound.”
“I thought I would let you know that I think your book is excellent. Although I haven’t gone through the whole text yet, I find it quite easy to read. It does not contain excessive physics detail which makes it great for sonographers and other medical personnel.”