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Three techniques for producing three‐dimensional ultrasonograms have been investigated. Of these, the optical holographic technique appears to have the advantages of simultaneous viewing of all levels and directions. The effects of magnification, gray scale, manipulation, and more expeditious...
A case report illustrating ultrasonic findings in xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis is presented. The clinical and radiographic findings, differential diagnosis, and potential contribution by ultrasound are discussed. A brief review of the literature is given.
Numerous artifacts can occur during contact B scanning of the abdomen. These artifacts may give anatomically inaccurate scans and thus lead the interpreter into making an inaccurate diagnosis. This paper describes and illustrates artifacts resulting from improper scanning techniques, improperly...
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