Electromagnetic acoustic imaging: Ultrasound images that rival MRI

01/22/2014 | DOTMed.com

Electromagnetic acoustic imaging combines radiofrequency and ultrasound, resulting in images that approach the quality of MRI scans, according to researcher Dr. Jane Emerson. The technology will be especially helpful in distinguishing benign sites from malignant lesions as well as identifying blood-filled areas. It is predicted to be more economical than MRI and PET imaging techniques and can be used for indications where conventional sonography is applied.

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