Recent Advances in Ultrasound Technology

by Robert T. O'Brien, Shannon P. Holmes
Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice ()
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Technical improvements have made profound changes in diagnostic ultrasound imaging. Some of these changes, such as encoded pulses and receive focusing, occur in the background and are essentially nonadjustable. Others, including harmonics and compounding, are real-time options and are adjustable by the imager. New technologies that offer great promise for improved characterization of lesions include contrast ultrasound and elastography. This article will attempt to update the small animal imager on the clinical applications of these newer technologies. © 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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