This must-have book is a unique, authoritative and clinically oriented text on pediatric ultrasound. Its two volumes provide up-to-date information addressing all aspects of congenital and acquired disorders in children encountered in clinical practice. The easy-to-navigate text is divided into 20 chapters. Each chapter is organized to cover the latest ultrasound techniques, normal development and anatomy, anatomic variants, key clinical presentations, characteristic ultrasound imaging findings, differential diagnoses and relevant pitfalls. With more than 2400 images, examples of new technological developments such as contrast-enhanced ultrasound and elastography are included. Written by internationally known pediatric radiology experts and editorial team lead by acclaimed authors, Harriet J. Paltiel, MDCM and Edward Y. Lee, MD, MPH, this reference is a practical and ideal guide for radiologists, radiology trainees, ultrasound technologists as well as clinicians in other specialties with an interest in pediatric ultrasound.