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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21875007/-standardised-ultrasound-scanning-of-the-elbow
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Nadica Laktasić-Zerjavić
Musculoskeletal ultrasound (US) is noninvasive, nonionisating and cost-effective imaging diagnostic technique. It is a useful imaging modality for the diagnosis of joint and soft tissue pathology and can be considered as an extension of physical examination. Elbow is easily accessed due to its superficial position. A high resolution, multi-frequency (10-15 MHz) linear transducer should be used. US investigation of the elbow includes scanning of the anterior, medial, lateral and posterior part of the joint. Common flexor and extensor origin at the humearal epicondyles, triceps tendon, distal biceps tendon and ulnar nerve should be analised...
2010: Reumatizam
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18222891/objective-analysis-of-ultrasound-images-by-use-of-a-computational-observer
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H Lopez, M H Loew, D J Goodenough
The design, implementation, and testing of a computational observer method for objective evaluation of ultrasound images are presented. The method uses digitized ultrasound B-scan images of a test phantom (the contrast-detail phantom), and is able to calculate the detectability of a target (signal) from its background (background noise). A quantitative detectability index, based on the measured signal-to-noise ratio of the image data, that is measured for both the human and the computational observer on the same scale is generated...
1992: IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging
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