Clinical Evidence and Education Using Ultra-Pro II in Liver Biopsy Procedures Dr. Corinne Deurdulian, Department of Radiology, Keck Medical Center of USC Case Studies Ultrasound-Guided Biopsy of Deep Liver Lesion… read more →
Ultrasound may provide a limited view of the hip joint, as it only allows identification of joint effusion, synovitis and some tears of the labrum. This imaging technique is often useful for interventional procedures when supported by the Ultra-Pro II needle guide.
“In radiofrequency ablation, monitoring the electrode tip during ablation of a thyroid nodule with the VirtuTRAX™ technique is feasible and helpful to increase safety of the procedure.”
Professor Fernando Jimenez Diaz, MD, PhD, University of Castilla la Mancha
Professor Giovanni Turtulici, MD, Ospedale Evangelico Presidio Castelletto-Genoa
Professor Enzo Silvestri, MD, University of Genoa
Disposable Ultra-Pro II™ Needle Guide Improves Infection Control in Busy Gastroenterology Department while VirtuTRAX™ Use Expands to Academic Medical Centers in Japan.
Currently, facet joint injections are usually performed using CT guidance or fluoroscopy. The use of a GPS enhanced fusion system allows to combine the precision and panoramic view of these imaging modalities with the US dynamic imaging.
Free-hand Ultrasound plays an important role in thyroid diagnostics as a real-time examination, not ionizing and non-invasive, cost effective, ideal also for repetitive followup and able to give information about anatomy, hemodynamics and tissue stiffness, i.e. Elastosonography.
Patient presented with a small, superficial kidney lesion. The use of Volume Navigation on the LOGIQ E9, image fusion of ultrasound and CT was possible. Using an out-of-plane approach, eTRAX Needle Tip Tracking was useful for continuous visualization of the needle tip.