III All-Asian Congress on Ultrasound Research in Medicine and Biology (Seoul, August 30 - September 4, 1992)

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Abstract

A qualitative leap in the echoscanning of internal organs took place after the introduction of computers and the development of special programs for them. The development of new, more advanced and special sensors with high sensitivity is also of great importance. In this regard, organs such as the stomach and intestines become available for research, the diagnosis of intravascular and intraductal pathologies of organs is improved. Doppler sonography plays an important role in assessing the state of a particular organ, which occupies a special place in the differential diagnosis of liver and kidney neoplasms (Miron L. Poznaik, USA; Zai-Zsng-Ksu, China).

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I. V. Klyushkin

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M. F. Tukhbatullin

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Ph.D.

Russian Federation

R. F. Bakhtiozin

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© 1993 Klyushkin I.V., Tukhbatullin M.F., Bakhtiozin R.F.

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