Rob, baby, I love ya...but, I gotta jump in here too. You surely have
visited a lot of labs where the personnel are less fortunate than you,
speaking in terms of space, mobility of equipment, supplies even. Certainly
you have known techs who routinely scan in unorthodox positions. You're
talking to one right now! I know you trust me Rob, and telling you truly,
if the cosmos suddenly stuck you in a tiny fifth floor walkup office in a
little village anywhere in the world, and they gave you a door sitting on
sawhorses as an exam table, and a milking stool for you to sit on, then they
lined up seven years worth of patients outside your door, I swear to you that
you could learn to get a dianostically helpful scan. Even on your knees.
Even when your Doppler picks up Radio Moscow louder than the blood flow
you're insonating. Rob? Are you still out there trusting my opinion? Love
ya Rob. Polly DeCann Wilson, 'A' List Emeritus (not sure of Latin ending for
a female--please advise.