European Journal of Ultrasound

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European Journal of Ultrasound 05-2023

Surface Cranial Ultrasound: The Natural Heir to X-Ray for the Screening of Skull Deformities in Infants

Pogliani LM, Zuccotti GV, Reggiori M et al.

Volumetric tomography (3D-CT) is currently considered the gold standard for the diagnosis of craniosynostosis, but its use as the first-line examination for cranial deformities is a topic of debate, because of skull X-ray radiation and low sensitivity and specificity. Cranial ultrasound is an emerging noninvasive radiation-free alternative, but its diagnostic accuracy still needs confirmation. The present prospective study included 350 infants with skull deformities, who underwent cranial ultrasound as the first-line examination.



Echogenicity of Brain Structures in Huntington's Disease Patients Evaluated by TranscranialSonography – Magnetic Resonance Fusion Imaging usingVirtual Navigator and Digital Image Analysis

Kozel J, Školoudík D, Ressner P et al.

Transcranial sonography (TCS) magnetic resonance (MR) fusion imaging and digital image analysis are useful tools for the evaluation of various brain pathologies. This study aimed to compare the echogenicity of predefined brain structures in Huntington's disease (HD) patients and healthy controls by TCS-MR fusion imaging using Virtual Navigator and digitized image analysis.

Lung Ultrasound as a Promising Diagnostic Tool for Primary Graft Dysfunction after Lung Transplantation

Schroeder I, Scharf C, Schneider J et al.

The aim of the study was to evaluate whether the quantification of B-lines via lung ultrasound after lung transplantation is feasible and correlates with the diagnosis of primary graft dysfunction. Following lung transplantation, patients underwent daily lung ultrasound on postoperative days 1–3. B-lines were quantified by an ultrasound score based on the number of single and confluent B-lines per intercostal space, using a four-region protocol.