About this title:
Test yourself before the ARDMS tests you! Fetal Echocardiography Review illuminates the facts and principles on which you will be tested, hones your test-taking skills, and reveals your strengths and weaknesses by exam topic. Based precisely on the Fetal Echo specialty exam outline published by ARDMS, this review contains 445 registry-like questions (including CME activity questions) together with answers, clear explanations, and quick references for further study. Image-based cases and schematic illustrations prepare you to tackle images, anatomy, and pathology on the exam. Coverage includes embryology, indications, incidence of congenital heart disease, timing of the fetal echo exam, standard sonographic views, normal anatomy and physiology, structural cardiac anomalies, dysrhythmias, acquired pathology, and other conditions--all in the same proportion as the exam itself. Fetal Echocardiography Review is also a very handy reference for fellows and residents in pediatric cardiology, maternal fetal medicine, radiology, obstetrics, and perinatology. Approved for 6 hours of continuing medical education credit.
About the Author:
Nikki Stahl specializes in high-risk obstetrics and fetal echocardiography at Maternal Fetal Medicine of Central Pennsylvania, where she teaches obstetrical residents and maternal fetal medicine fellows. She holds ARDMS credentials in fetal echocardiography, obstetrics and gynecology, vascular technology, and abdomen, as well as NTQR nuchal translucency certification and ARRT credentials in diagnostic radiology, CT, and mammography.
Valrie Kunes holds ARDMS credentials in fetal echocardiography, adult echocardiography, obstetrics and gynecology, vascular technology, and abdomen, as well as NTQR nuchal translucency certification. She also is ARRT-credentialed in diagnostic radiology. Valrie currently practices clinically in Pennsylvania.
Dr. Bradley Robinson is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, and pediatric cardiologist at Nemours Cardiac Center at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. A Fellow of both the American College of Cardiology and the American Academy of Pediatrics, he is the author of numerous original articles, presentations, and book chapters.
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