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ULTRA Évaluation Hémodynamique microV
De nos jours, différentes technologies sont régulièrement utilisées par les médecins pour caractériser les lésions vasculaires et démontrer une vascularisation normale et/ou anormale de plusieurs organes et tissus. Quel que soit le domaine clinique, le diagnostic et la caractérisation des pathologies représentent toujours un vrai défi dans la pratique clinique quotidienne...
La société Esaote Medical remercie les docteurs Alexis LACOUT, Carole CHEVENET et Pierre-Yves MARCY pour leur collaboration clinique courtoise à la réalisation de ce White Paper.
Real Time Elastosonography
Thyroid ultrasound (US) is useful for detecting and characterizing nodular disease which prevalence being dramatically increased in iodine-defcient areas. The great majority of nodules are benign, less than 5% of them being malignant.
Elaxto-Rheuma - Measuring Skin Thickness of Systemic Sclerosis Patients
Preliminary study show that elastosonography improves ultrasound’s reliability to measure skin thickness of systemic sclerosis patients helping the identifcation of dermis-hypodermis interface.
Elaxto Thyroid Nodules
Elastography, a new dynamic ultrasound technique, reaches high predictive values and might reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies, increase cost savings and improve patients quality of life.
EHD Technology in Musculoskeletal The New Era in Ultrasound
Diagnostic value enhancement and system usability optimization are the main key factors taken into consideration in the development of the eHD Technology in MSK. It focuses the whole ultrasound chain, from the transducer to the display, passing through signal processing and strategic features.
Developments in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
Ultrasound technology’s innovations supply extraordinary power for clinical development in the MSK Ultrasound imaging field thanks to their real-time performance, high tissue resolution, advanced features and reliable cost.
Thanks to the available very-high-frequency (up to 22 MHz) in Ultrasound technology it is now possible to examine benign and malignant skin lesions in epidermis, dermis and subcutis as well as blood vessels close to the skin. Precise measurement of skin thickness and accurate assessment of internal skin structures also supply better answers regarding the performance of surgical or non surgical procedures, therapeutic or cosmetic treatment and follow up.
High Frequency Ultrasound in MSK
The XHF, eXtreme High Frequency Imaging, offers very detailed and precise representation of superfcial structures. This technology makes it possible to visualize the Bicipital Aponeurosis using suitable high-resolution, high-quality linear probes.