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K. Hoffmann

Full Name: K. Hoffmann
Number of Works: 8
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ISBN: 0011824883, 2940011824883
Keywords: chronicles, katie, sara
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2010

Adventures of cousins in 1950's Texas. One cousin lives on a ranch the other in the city and they spend summers together in both places experiencing the excitment of both the city life and the country life. They take a planned and unplanned train trip together and avoid potential disasters along the way. The trust they have in each other is evident in how they solve situations they find themselves in and evolve with little or no damage. As they are doing this they learn many things about the postive and negative effects of instant decision making. With Katies sense of humor and Sara's serious
ISBN: 3540537503, 9783540537502
Keywords: dermatology, ultrasound
Pages: 469
Published: 1992

Ultrasound in Dermatology provides a state-of-the-art review of high resolution ultrasound imaging systems in dermatology. It presents the essential theoretical and technical background of high-resolution physics and introduces the reader to the different applications of high resolution ultrasound in dermatology: Tumors and different inflammatory diseases, for instance, can be studied with B-scan ultrasound imaging systems at 20-50 MHz. General guidelines for image interpretation are described and discussed by various research groups. Furthermore, sonography of lymph nodes, intravascular sonog
ISBN: 0387537503, 9780387537504
Keywords: dermatology, ultrasound
Pages: 544
Published: 1991

Ultrasound in Dermatology provides a state-of-the-art review of high resolution ultrasound imaging systems in dermatology. It presents the essential theoretical and technical background of high-resolution physics and introduces the reader to the different applications of high resolution ultrasound in dermatology: Tumors and different inflammatory diseases, for instance, can be studied with B-scan ultrasound imaging systems at 20-50 MHz. General guidelines for image interpretation are described and discussed by various research groups. Furthermore, sonography of lymph nodes, intravascular sonog