Offering the benefits of real-time collaboration and integrated connectivity, the portable ultrasound device may be utilized in a variety of clinical settings ranging from cardiology to obstetrics and gynecology.
In light of recent shortages of iodinated contrast media, researchers from Australia suggest in a new publication that ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be viable first-line imaging options for a number of non-urgent presentations of the head and neck.
The ability of QT Imaging’s QTscan, a quantitative transmission ultrasound modality, to calculate the ratio of fibroglandular volume to total breast volume may facilitate assessment of ongoing breast cancer treatments or selective hormone receptor modulation therapies.
Offering uniform high-resolution images through a combination of beamforming and enhanced image processing, the new ultrasound platform reportedly has an array of diagnostic features ranging from cardiovascular applications to breast lesion assessment.
In comparison to initial sonographer assessment of echocardiograms, cardiologists are over 10 percent less likely to change initial artificial intelligence (AI) assessment of left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), according to new research recently presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona, Spain.