Computed sonography: requiem to echogenicity assessment?

  title={Computed sonography: requiem to echogenicity assessment?},
  author={Isaac Blickstein and Michelle Smith-Levitin and E Gurewitsch and J Streltzhoff and Ran D. Goldman and Frank A. Chervenak},
  journal={Gynecologic and obstetric investigation},
  volume={44 4},
We studied the influence of changes in gain settings, log compression, persistence, preprocessing, and postprocessing on image density in the fetal liver model. Each parameter was studied while the others were held constant. The image density was objectively measured by electrooptical transmission densitometry using a transparent film output. Neither the… CONTINUE READING