This Study Guide is a companion to the popular ultrasound physics textbook “The Physics and Technology of Diagnostic Ultrasound: A Practitioner’s Guide (Second Edition)”. It contains 125 short questions keyed to the textbook chapters and model answers for each. It has been designed for both students and teachers. Students will find it valuable as a learning aid and 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.
About Robert Gill
Robert Gill is a popular ultrasound physics lecturer. He is highly regarded for his ability to explain complex concepts to non-physicists in an easy-to-understand way. He teaches in a number of university and professional courses and offers online courses via his own “sonophys” website. He is a member of the Board of Examiners of the Australasian DDU (a qualification for specialist physicians) and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of NSW. Rob was a member of the renowned Ultrasonics Institute in Sydney, Australia, where he specialised in Doppler research and pioneered fetal Doppler measurements. He has published over 70 scientific papers and book chapters and 150 conference papers and authored 4 international patents.His textbooks and study guides have been widely successful, with over 5000 copies sold worldwide.