A detailed look at ultrasound and vision – Part 1

Part one covers recent advancements, specialty considerations, and the need for standardization

The implementation of ultrasound has evolved considerably from when I started performing ultrasounds back in 1996 with a mechanical probe and the mental “imaginoscope” necessary to interpret images and respective pathology. But with today’s technology, there is a vast array of image quality advancements, workflows, techniques, and ultrasound machine competitive factors that play a role in any ultrasound implementation on any given patient.
Moreover, in today’s world, ultrasound is extremely available in clinics compared to 1996, 2006 or even 2016. These days it seems everyone has a probe in hand with a wide array of abilities used for obtaining diagnostic image sets and an even more vast array of abilities for interpretatio...


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