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Ultrasound provides anatomical sectional pictures of organs and lesions on the basis of which optimum direction and depth of puncture can be established. The use of a specially designed transducer with a central canal through which the needle is introduced ensures the maintenance of the correct...
Changes in blood pressure (measured by the indirect method) were noted in 20 normal human subjects lying supine when a tilt table position was changed. The amplitude of intracranial echo pulsations was affected also by changes in the position of the body. This effect varied from subject to...
A new, standardized, ultrasound cardiographic technique — CED — is evaluated in four healthy subjects during rest and during graded cycling (supine). The myocardial contraction displacement(s) of an easily recognized area of the posterior wall of the left ventricle was recorded (s(t)‐curves). On...
Two cases of anterolateral ventricular aneurysm are presented; results of pre‐ and postoperative echocardiography were shown to correlate well with other diagnostic methods in demonstrating the lesion. Diagnostic ultrasound is a potentially valuable technique in the management of patients with...
Ultrasonographic examinations were carried out on four patients who had a total of six hydatid cysts. Three different patterns of cyst structure were recognized. These patterns are simple cyst, cyst with non‐specific complex internal structure, and a “cyst within a cyst” pattern. The latter...
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