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Japanese researchers point out that recent advances have led to the rise of ultrasound and MRI patterns, making them the tool of choice for diagnosing and monitoring disease activity in RA patients.

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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is a local swelling or enlargement of blood vessels that carry blood to the abdomen (stomach), pelvis and leg. AAA patients risk of sudden death due to AAA rupture (burst). 

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Using computer control, operators have access to views that may not be able to use ordinary two-dimensional ultrasound scans. Three-dimensional ultrasound is rapidly emerging from the research and development stage.

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B ultrasound is radiation-free, so there is no need to worry about ultrasound the same as X-ray. Many doctors will say that ultrasound is absolutely safe and risk-free in order to let patients completely relieved . Actually, there is nothing wrong with this argument, but it is really more serious than ever to say that there is no risk of some kind of inspection.

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Stomach tubes are often used to take drugs and tube feeding to people who can not swallow. Eating through a tracheal tube can lead to severe pneumonia. Therefore, it is important to determine the location of the gastric tube after insertion 

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smartphone ultrasound, portable echo, smart ultrasound, pocket ultrasound, usg probe

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How to Print Fetus Using Ultrasound

Friday,January 05,2018

How to Print Fetus Using Ultrasound

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X-ray, CT, ultrasound, nuclear magnetic resonance, types of examination

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Birth weight imbalance (BWD), defined as the difference in twin birth weights, is a well-documented phenomenon in twin pregnancies. When twins are suitable for the gestational age, inconsistent growth can occur as physiological BWD, or physiological BWD may occur when at least one fetus is small at gestational age.

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Nathaniel Reisinger, Clinical Lecturer in Clinical Medicine, Clinical Ultrasound Fellow and Nephrologist, is one of a growing number of physicians who benefits a lot  from the portable echo machine.

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