The Diagnostic Imaging ultrasound modality focus page provides information, videos, podcasts, and the latest news about industry product developments, trial results, screening guidelines, and protocol guidance that touch on the use of ultrasound across the healthcare continuum, from cardiovascular, breast, abdominal, neurological imaging, and more, including point-of-care ultrasound.

Philips Gets FDA Clearance for Ultrasound 5000 Compact Series

October 03, 2022

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.

A Closer Look at Ultrasound and MRI Alternatives for Head and Neck Imaging

September 29, 2022

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.

Ultrasound-Based Breast Imaging Device Gets FDA Clearance for Fibroglandular Volume Metrics

September 23, 2022

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.

Emerging Trends in AI, Ultrasound and OB/GYN Care

September 21, 2022

Given the influx of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools in health care, this author examines the potential intersection of this technology and ultrasound examination in obstetrics and gynecologic (OB/GYN) care

Samsung Gets FDA Nod for Versatile V7 Ultrasound System

September 09, 2022

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.