Ultrasound in pulmonology.


ribs, which lead to absorption of the ultrasound waves, and is filled with air, which also contributes massively to artifacts. However, due to continuous improvements in science as well technology, transthoracic ultrasound has now established as a standard imaging tool in pulmonary medicine, too [2] . Over the past 7 decades, ultrasound has evolved into a… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000357687


1 Figure or Table

Slides referencing similar topics