Minute changes in tumor
parenchyma are clearly detected.
Mammary duct ectasia
with solid echo pattern.
The high-resolution D-eFLOW can display the periphery of the plaque without overlapping with the blood flow image.
DDD (Dual Dynamic Display) can display both gray-scale B-mode and eFLOW images simultaneously in real time.
Blood flow is elearly depicted by eFLOW.
Meandering radial artery pressed by the ganglion is clearly depicted by D-eFLOW.
Image using High Definition
Extended Field of View (HD-EFV).
Gradual movement of the probe allows a large area to be shown in a single image.
Measurement is also possible.
Spatial Compound Scan
Offers enhanced capability for depicting sidewall structures of tubular cavities and the like by superposing images created by steering the ultrasound beam in multiple directions. Speckle patterns of the parenchyma of organs are depicted much smaller while reducing artifacts dependent on beam direction.