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 frame rates, high sensitivity and fully-quantifiable flow information over a large region of interest.
The reinvention of Doppler ultrasound through Ultra Fast imaging has a potential major impact on physician‘s workflow, examination time and diagnostic accuracy.
Fill in form to download now!
Other papers that might interest you
Managing mRECIST Criteria
Dr Lee ShearWave™ Elastography
The Universal Medical Viewer
To feature here : Get in touch
Olea Medical® literature meta-analysis on CTP thresholds in acute stroke
Increasing surgical confidence with intraoperative 3D information in a pelvic fracture
Ziehm Vision RFD Hybrid Edition: Mobility and flexibility – the difference in an emergency
Olea Medical® case report on early & late MR diffusion follow-up of a stroke using CT perfusion.