By G. Kossoff, W. J. Garrett, M. J. Dadd, H. J. Paoloni, D. E. L. Wilcken (auth.), Denis White, E. A. Lyons (eds.)
This is the fourth quantity of Ultrasound in medication, the complaints of the once a year clinical assembly of the yankee Institute of Ultrasound in drugs. except the administrative Board of the Institute switch their brain, it will possibly even be the final. below those situations it's a bit ironical that many of the deficiencies found in past volumes seem to have been solved within the current quantity. significantly, the Programme Committee, for the 1st time, exercised a stringent choice method through which the variety of papers chosen for presentation was once constrained with the end result that either the standard of papers authorised for presentation and book used to be more advantageous and the variety of simultaneous periods on the assembly didn't exceed . The contents of this quantity were divided into an analogous sections as in earlier volumes other than that no papers on stan dardization systems have been accredited and a brand new supplementary part is additional together with papers given on the clinical assembly of the yank Society of Ultrasound Technical Specia lists. As in prior versions the readers could contemplate the engin eering sections on the finish of this quantity are the main lucrative. a few creative new platforms are defined either within the sections on Doppler thoughts and new thoughts. present curiosity in tissue signatures and characterization are mirrored in lots of of the pap~rs showing within the Tissue Interactions section.
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Fed Proc 33: 592, 1974. , and Waag, R. : Cardiac reconstruction imaging in relation to other ultrasound systems and computed tomography. Am J Roentgenol 127: 91-99, 1976. 4) Wild, J. , Crawford, H. , and Reid, J. : Visualization of the excised human heart by means of reflected ultrasound or echography. Am Heart J 54: 903-906, 1957. CRITERIA FOR QUANTITATIVE ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN R. M. Schieken, L. T. Mahoney, W. R. Clarke, R. M. Lauer Department of Pediatrics University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242 Echocardiographic studies do not have criteria for the reproducibility of dimensions.
Fig. iO AVS.. . G. C. R. G. Schwartz; R. Gramiak; A. Y. 14642 In order to characterize the various U-mode echo cardiographic patterns of abnormal aortic cusp systolic motion and to delineate the clinical-echo cardiographic correlates of these abnormal motion patterns, M-mode aortic valve echograms of 313 adult and pediatric patients undergoing cardiac catheterization were reviewed retrospectively. These patients represented a wide spectrum of congenital and acquired cardiac disease. 25 mHz collimated transducer.
We are encouraged, however, that infarcts can be identified and mapped by relatively simple amplitude processing. Combined with a real-time imaging system and special amplitude processing, it appears possible that infarcts can be located and mapped, especially when wall motion changes are recorded. The survey of hearts obtained at autopsy, especially in the presence of coronary artery disease, may be feasible and offer new insights into the causes of sudden death. Combined with acoustic microscopy, new information concerning the pathogenesis of myocardial infarction might be realized.