Sonography Books

This is a list of the best sonography books for beginners and those wishing to dive more deeply into the world of sonography.


Examination Review for Ultrasound by Steven Penny, 2nd Edition

Very popular book for learning Ultrasound. The book helps prepare for the ARDMS and ARRT certification exams with optimal preparation. This proven resource includes a concise, narrative approach, content based on the current exam, and an online exam simulator with registry-style questions.


Clinical Sonography: A Practical Guide by Sanders, Roger

Unique concept in organizing the book by symptom rather than organ system. This is how the author not only ensures mastery of the content and competencies required for diagnostic sonography, but also teaches us to think critically and "sonographically" :)



The Requisites: Ultrasound, 3rd Edition by Barbara S. Hertzberg and William D. Middleton

Well known for its excellent visualization of the complete spectrum of diseases. To further enhance your understanding the accompanying electronic version features over 600 additional figures and more than 350 real-time ultrasound videos (eBook version included with purchase). 


Differential Diagnosis in Ultrasound Imaging, Second Edition by Lucas Greiner, Dieter Nuernberg

In the complete revision and extension of this best-selling Thieme title, specific focus lies on general abdominal, genitourinary, and thyroid pathologies. It guides readers systematically through the process of sonographic differential diagnosis. The inclusion of images with variant courses and atypical sonographs ensures comprehensive coverage of this highly efficient diagnostic tool.


Diagnostic Ultrasound: Abdomen and Pelvis (2nd Edition) by Aya Kamaya, Jade Wong-You-Cheong

Awesome book due to its clincally-oriented coverage of ultrasound imaging. The most comprehensive reference in its field, this image-rich resource helps you achieve an accurate ultrasound diagnosis for every patient.

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