Published in Telemedicine Business Week, September 21st, 2005
Therefore, the most frequently occurring erroneous settings can be avoided. This improves image quality and increases safety of diagnosis for most ultrasound applications. At the same time, the examination time is greatly reduced.
With Native TEQ tissue inhomogeneities, that would lead to irregular total gain settings, can be balanced. Gain alignment and automatic adaptation of the axial and lateral gain are performed by the ultrasound system during the...
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