Catch up on the most well-read ultrasound articles from 2022.
As we come to the end of 2022, we take a look back at the most well-read articles on ultrasound with topics ranging from incidentally detected gallbladder polyps and emerging insights on whole breast ultrasound to point-of-care ultrasound and a study looking at liver stiffness due to COVID-19. Review the slideshow below to see highlighted articles from the past year.
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The retrospective study involving the use of ultrasound shear wave elastography showed a significant increase in liver stiffness 44 weeks after the diagnosis of COVID-19 in comparison to pre-pandemic and pandemic controls. READ MORE
The next-generation ultrasound system reportedly offers enhanced images through graphic-based beamforming technology, a variety of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools and reduced exam times. READ MORE
In combination with cloud-based data infrastructure and artrificial intelligence (AI) applications, handheld ultrasound devices may have the potential to significantly enhance efficiency for providers and contribute to improved patient outcomes. READ MORE
Based on findings from what may be the first longitudinal study of gallbladder polyps in patients with underlying liver disease, researchers suggested that size change thresholds for cholecystectomy may need to be reevaluated. READ MORE
The portable ATUSA™ System reportedly provides 3D ultrasound visualization of the entire breast volume in two minutes. READ MORE