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Sonoelastography in Addition to Doppler Ductal Echography: Full Breast Ultrasonography

  • Aristida Colan-Georges
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Abstract

The principles of sonoelastography and the most important manufacturers’ offers are presented, with the advantages and the limits of the various procedures. Elastography is presented as only another descriptor of a tissue/tumor used in FBU, a complementary tool of US, and not as a technique alone. The most important technical recommendations for good imaging acquisitions and the Ueno/Tsukuba scoring as the basis for the breast diagnosis are detailed and illustrated in the following chapter.

Keywords

Sonoelastography Elasticity scoring Strain ratio Full breast ultrasonography 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Aristida Colan-Georges
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  1. 1.Department of Radiology and Imaging DiagnosisCounty Emergency Clinical HospitalCraiovaRomania

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