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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Quick Concepts: Transducer Notch and Image Orientation

Our subject discussion today is basic, but at the same time critical to performing ultrasound studies. Interpreting orientation is no doubt, second-nature to many experienced medical professionals; however, it is important to

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CREDENTIALING EXAMS: How much math will you need to know?

Many people in the field of ultrasound will state there is very little mathematics on the board exams. I do not agree. I think this disparity in opinion stems from the very narrow definition of mathematics as numerical calculations. Admittedly, … Continue reading

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Quick Concepts: Trapezoidal Format

The ability to understand the inherent advantages and disadvantages of using different transducers for specific modalities is critical to performing effective clinical diagnostic ultrasound studies. Because it is

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