real-time ultrasound


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real-time ultrasound

A sonographic procedure that provides rapid, multiple images of an anatomical structure in the form of motion.
See also: ultrasound
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In vivo estimation of sheep carcass composition using real-time ultrasound with two probes of 5 and 7.
Relationship between intramuscular fat percentage predicted from real-time ultrasound and meat quality traits in pigs.
Real-time ultrasound is similarly used to check the intra-articular needle position and shoulder joint distension after local anaesthetic and gadolinium administration.
Henry SM and Westervelt KC (2005): The use of real-time ultrasound feedback in teaching abdominal hollowing exercises to healthy subjects.
Real-time ultrasound as an enhanced means of pregnancy diagnosis in swine.
Measurement of gastric emptying by real-time ultrasound.
We can take the live ultrasound image, import it to the same screen that the MRI is on, co-register the images, and overlay the targets on the real-time ultrasound," Dr.
A study of the pregnant uterus of the ewe and the goat using real-time ultrasound scanning and electromyography.
In beef cattle industry, real-time ultrasound measurements on live animals may aid owners to save extra labor and feed costs.
It combines the three essential components to efficiently perform a focal treatment: (i) state-of-the-art imaging to localize tumors with the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) combined with real-time ultrasound, (ii) utmost precision of HIFU treatment focused on identified targeted cancer areas only and (iii) immediate feedback on treatment efficacy utilizing Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound Imaging.
Traditionally found only by blind biopsy, a procedure that dates from the 1980s, prostate cancer now appears detectable by direct sampling of tumor spots found using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in combination with real-time ultrasound, according to the UCLA study

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