Ian Donald: A Memoir

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RCOG, 2004 - 162 頁
Ian Donald was a controversial character who was revolutionary in many aspects of obstetric practice. An inspirational teacher and a caring clinician, his greatest contribution to his profession was in medical ultrasound. 'If you seek his memorial, look around you - and in every maternity hospital you will see ultrasound in use.' In this book, the journey from the initial experiments with early 'flaw detectors', through to Ian's single-minded determination to develop the technique into a useful diagnostic tool (resulting in his eventual success) is described both in his own words and from the memories of the authors, who were intimately involved in the process.
 

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Early Life
1
In London 194654
3
Appointment to the Glasgow Chair
11
Glasgow Obstetrics in the Fifties
15
Sharing Enthusiasm
20
The Western Infirmary Wards G9 and 10
32
The Cutting Edge
38
A Dream Come True
46
The Birth of Medical Ultrasound
66
Home Life and Hobbies
102
Naught for your comfort
106
At the Receiving End
122
The Evening Cometh
135
Sources
144
Index
147
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James Willocks was a registrar with Ian Donald in Glasgow in the late 1950s. His contribution to the field was the introduction of fetal cephalometry, which remained for years the only way of measuring intra-uterine fetal growth.

Wallace Barr is a practising Gynaecologist in Paisely, Scotland.

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