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2014.02.05 - Supersonic imagine

Today, a new diagnostic imaging modality has emerged, called elastography, which uses ultrasound to assess tissue differences in stiffness (or elasticity).It provides an imaging representation of what was historically assessed qualitatively by palpation.The main objectives of elastography are to...



2014.02.05 - Supersonic imagine

Today, Ultra Fast imaging is being applied in new ways.As will be described in this paper, Ultra Fast imaging can be used to both visualize and quantify flow, hence combining the utility of color flow and PW in a single feature.In the context of flow analysis Ultra Fast Doppler provides high fram...



2014.02.05 - Supersonic imagine

ShearWave™ Elastography (SWE™) is an ultrasound based elastography technique that has the ability to map and measure liver stiffness 2.It has been implemented on a complete ultrasound imaging system, the Aixplorer®, and therefore might address the limitations of conventional US imaging to charact...



2014.02.06 - Claron Technology

In today’s rapidly evolving healthcare environment, the need for cross-department and cross-enterprise information sharing is greater than ever before. This is particularly true for diagnostic images. A universal medical image viewer meets this need by enabling viewing of any medical image, imagi...



2014.06.05 - Agfa HealthCare

With the drive for dose reduction and improved dose registration gathering pace, Dr. JamieFraser, Dorell Metcalfe and Susan Delaney of the Queen Elizabeth II Hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia,explain how they worked with Agfa HealthCare on the development of IMPAX REM (RadiationExposure Monitoring).