Ultrasound used to locate shrapnel in wounded soldiers

09/7/2013 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration)

Experts with Nationwide Children's Hospital and the Children's Radiological Institute are teaching military physicians to use ultrasound to find and guide removal of shrapnel. Imaging is used to determine the location and shape of shrapnel or other foreign bodies lodged in soft tissue and bone and guide the removal using minimally invasive techniques.

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