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  On Thu, 27 Jun 1996, Bill Beymer wrote:

> We just receive an upgrade to our ultrasound system which allows us to do 
> #D reconstructions with the color power angio feature.  Really neat 
> pictures of the vasculature of the liver, kidneys, placenta etc.  Now 
> tell me, what do we do with it?  Has anyone heard or read of any 
> diagnostic uses of this feature?  
> 
> Bill
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Diagnostic use is for us the users to decide so you better get to work!!
how long does it take to do a reconstruction??  That will be a real
deciding factor for utility.  keep us posted.

Bonnie Wolff Johnson, RVT, RDMS
Stanford - Vascular surgery.


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