3D ultrasound enables better vascular diagnosis
This article was originally published in Clinica
Progress in 3D ultrasound has improved non-invasive diagnosis of vascular disease. "It has recently become possible in angiography to measure tissue volume, observe the image from different directions and document the findings objectively," says Dr Malte Ludwig of the University Hospital, Bonn. He made the comments during a presentation on plaque volume measurement at the 19th joint conference of German, Austrian and Swiss societies for ultrasound in medicine and biology held in Dresden, Germany, reports Arzte Zeitung.
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