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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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