B-scan ultrasonography

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the use of ultrasonography to view structure in the back of the eye

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Patients with open globe injury were sent for B-scan after repair of the wound with proper aseptic precaution.
Acquisition of OCTA images requires several OCT B-Scans to be captured at the same location and compared to assess motion contrast, which is presumed to correspond to angiographic flow as blood is the primary cause of signal change.
17,18 The findings of this study are comparable to those of two other large series assessing ocular injuries by US B-scan.
Like Figure 2, Figure 3 illustrates extraction in a noisy B-scan.
Figure 7(a) and Figure 7(e) show correspondingly the B-scan and background subtracted image containing five targets.
Results indicate that employees' psychological distress was positively correlated with the B-Scan Supervisor total score (r = .
Optimal B-scan images along the central optic axis enabled visualization of the cornea, anterior chamber, anterior lens capsule, posterior lens capsule, vitreous chamber, posterior ocular wall and optic nerve (Fig.
1-3 Shield et al5 suggested the importance of contact B-scan in the diagnosis of retinoblastoma.
Additionally, with pulsed wave Doppler sonography a two-dimensional (2-D) grayscale image called a B-scan (B stands for "brightness") can be created based on the density of the tissue being scanned.
B-SCAN enables Buildings staff to scan documents associated with building projects for the public and professionals to retrieve online.
A Codes 76856 [Ultrasound, pelvic (nonobstetric), B-scan and/or real time with image documentation; complete] and 76857 [Ultrasound .
A test to identify psychopathic managers has been developed by two of the world's leading experts on psychopathic disorders, Professor Robert Hare and Dr Paul Babiak, and is known as the Business Scan or B-Scan.
Scan conversion rates of over 3M pixels/sec, are achieved for PPI (plan position indicator) and B-scan display formats.
The Epoch III ultrasonic flaw detector from Panametrics is a portable unit that provides echo-to-echo thickness measurements, time-varied gain for distance/amplitude variations due to material attention and beam spreading, and encoded B-scan that maps cross-sectional images of thickness measurements with full encoder compatibility.
RadarView receives, processes and scan converts multiple channels of radar video in normal PPI (plan position indicator) view, and, for more specialist requirements, supports B-Scan and A-Scan formats - the latter is especially useful for radar configuration and set-up.