Glossary

C-Xlasto elastography

New method to support the physician in assessing tissue elasticity. The differences in tissue responses are detected and visualized in real-time by the elastography algorithms through different graphical representations, which can be particularly helpful in analyzing breast, thyroid and musculoskeletal structures.

Inversion 4D

Inversion 4D provides more in-depth evaluation of vascular and cystic structures creating a three-dimensional cast-like volume of the anatomy of interest.

Pulse Inversion Harmonic Imaging (PHI)

The harmonic signals are fully preserved without degradation of acoustic information, which makes it possible to capture high-level, detailed images and improve contrast resolution by reducing noise and clutter in the visualization of subtle lesions, small parts, vascular and so on.

Real-time 3D

Real-time 4D

Thanks to higher frame rates and advanced technologies, the 4D imaging delivers smooth movement of the fetus and offers comprehensive 4D acquisition, data rendering, and post-processing functionality.

S-Depth

S-Depth can automatically display the near-far relation from transducer to target, represented by smart designed color coding. It can help doctors to judge the spatial relationship on real-time 3D images.

S-Live

S-Live allows for detailed visualization of subtle anatomical features, thereby enabling intuitive diagnosis on the real-time 3D images and enriching patient communication.

SCI (Spatial Compound Imaging)

Image optimization technique. Reduce Speckle and acoustic artifacts, improve contrast resolution and tissue differentiation. Spatial Compound Imaging utilizes several lines of sight for optimal contrast resolution, speckle reduction and border detection.

Stress Echo

Stress echo is the combination of 2D echocardiography with a physical or pharmacological stress, which can determine how the heart muscles respond to stress and is mainly used to diagnose and evaluate coronary artery disease.

THI (Tissue Harmonic Imaging)

Image optimization technique. Improve contrast and lateral resoliution, reduce noise, clutter and artifacts (side lobes, reverberations), improve signal-to-noise ratio.