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The Octoson, an automated, water‐delay ultrasonic scanner, that provides excellent demonstration of the normal anatomy of subcutaneous tissues, muscles, and blood vessels, was used to evaluate the lower extremities of 25 patients. A variety of pathologic conditions were demonstrated, including...
Accurate assessment of neonatal brain anatomy and pathology can now be obtained with commercially available ultrasound equipment. Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) has a 50% to 60% incidence in premature infants under 32 wk gestational age and is felt to be one of the leading causes of neonatal...
The results of two methods for noninvasively diagnosing carotid disease are described. In the first study, a color‐coded continuous‐wave Doppler scanner was used. As evaluated by arteriography in 56 sides, the sensitivity and specificity of the Doppler scanner for diagnosing carotid lesions with...
Patients with hepatic schistosomiasis develop high degrees of portal hypertension. Various invasive techniques have been used to evaluate this degree of portal hypertension. In this work sonography was used as a safe, noninvasive technique to study the relationship between the degree of portal...
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