ultrasound imaging


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ul·tra·sound im·ag·ing

n. imágenes por ultrasonido, captación de imágenes de órganos o tejidos del cuerpo por medio de ultrasonido empleando técnicas de reflejo (ecograma).
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Ultrasound imaging solutions company Interson reported on Monday the receipt of 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its SiMPLi Series ultrasound array probes for medical applications.
Based on its recent analysis of the ultrasound imaging market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Philips' with the 2014 North America Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award.
This groundbreaking platform greatly improves the affordability of ultrasound imaging by allowing providers to leverage their existing investments in computing platforms.
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Diagnostic ultrasound imaging is the most widely used technique to achieve early detection and clinical assessment of adult and pediatric patients alike, making it a cornerstone of disease control.
The array of available transducers allows ultrasound imaging of virtually all organ systems.
Whittacker JL (2007) Ultrasound imaging for rehabilitation of the lumbopelvic region.
The Food and Drug Administration is advising consumers to avoid the use of ultrasound imaging to create so-called keepsake videos during pregnancy, an unapproved use of the technology, according to the FDA.
After first demonstrating the new capability by generating stereo ultrasound images of a small metal cage, they advanced to ultrasound images in living animals and have since recorded ultrasound images of a model human fetus that is traditionally used in the testing of fetal ultrasound imaging devices.
A team at Dundee University is attempting to develop an ultrasound imaging technique to detect early breast cancers.
Because MRI machines are more costly, ultrasound imaging would be preferable, she says, especially "for small hospitals that don't have MRI.

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