Enabling intuitive 3D imaging on 2D ultrasound systems



By Dr. Carl Herickhoff, Matthew Morgan, Dr. Joshua Broder, K Tucker Haas & Dr. Jeremy Dahl

As a medical imaging modality, ultrasound has unique advantages that make it well-suited for many clinical applications [1,2]. Ultrasound scans use echoes of acoustic waves to determine the depth and location of structures in the body. The exam is commonly performed by a trained sonographer using a handheld probe to acquire planar, 2-dimensional (2D) images.

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