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Handheld Ultrasound devices (HHUSD)

The handheld ultrasound devices (HHUSD) equipment included in this short paper are devices with a screen size of amobile phone or a small tablet up to 7 inches. This it to separate the devices from those sold as portable. One of the many advantages by HHUSD is that they can be easily carried for use in any clinical situation they may be needed.


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Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ultraschall in der Medizin (DEGUM) vergibt einen Preis für die hervorragende wissenschaftliche Bearbeitung eines Themas auf dem Gebiet des medizinischen Ultraschalls. Der Preis ist mit € 5000,– dotiert und kann geteilt werden. Es können sich jüngere Wissenschaftler (Geburtsjahr 1978 oder jünger) bewerben, die eine oder mehrere, richtungsweisende Arbeiten zu einem Thema publiziert haben. Die Bewerbung ist auf elektronischem Weg bis zum 31.05.2018 an die DEGUM-Geschäftsstelle (geschaeftsstelle@degum.de) zu richten.
 

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European Journal of Ultrasound – 6/2017

Characterization of FFL using CEUS and MRI with Liver-Specific Contrast Media

Lukas Philipp Beyer, Florian Wassermann, Benedikt Pregler, Katharina, Michalik, Janine Rennert, Isabel Wiesinger, Christian Stroszczynski, Philipp Wiggermann, Ernst Michael Jung

The most important role of diagnostic imaging of focal liver lesions (FLL) is the characterization of lesions regarding malignancy.
The purpose of this study was to compare contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) using liver-specific contrast agent and a combination of both for the characterization of focal liver lesions (FLL).

The Fetal Profile – More Than Just NT


Markus Hoopmann, Karl Oliver Kagan

The midsagittal view of the fetal profile is essential in first trimester screening at 11+0 to 13+6 weeks of gestation. None of the standard sections in prenatal medicine is as well defined and undergoes such a strong quality assurance program. The aim of this
review is to summarize the additional information that can be gained from the fetal profile view.
 

App-Guided Training - eFAST

Philip Mørkeberg Nilsson, Tobias Todsen, Yousif Subhi, Ole Graumann, Christian Pallson Nolsøe, Martin Grønnebæk Tolsgaard


Mobile apps seem promising for use in self-directed ultrasound training, but no studies have examined the cost effectiveness of mobile app-guided training versus traditional formats such as textbook-guided training. This study evaluated the cost-effectiveness of mobile app-guided versus textbook- guided ultrasound training.