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European Journal of Ultrasound – 1/2019
Michael Bachmann Nielsen et al.
The strengths of handheld ultrasound devices are that they are easy to transport in a pocket both in in-hospital and other settings. They are cheaper than high-end ultrasound devices and use less power. Accordingly, they may be readily available for many users in various clinical settings.
Giovanna Ferraioli et al.
The primary aim of this study was to determine the inter-system variability of liver stiffness measurements (LSMs) in patients with varying degrees of liver stiffness. The secondary aim was to determine the inter observer variability of measurements.
Inga Ludwin et al.
Purpose of the study was to estimate the inter-observer reliability and agreement of offline analyses of three different ultrasound techniques for assessing tubal patency.