This week’s ultrasound news highlights, curated by National Ultrasound, Inc.
Ultrasound News Highlights:
- Nerve Ultrasound Accurate for Detecting Chronic Inflammatory Neuropathy
- A nerve ultrasound may be highly accurate for detecting chronic inflammatory neuropathy (CIN) and predicting response to treatment, according to study results published in Neurology.
- Benefits of ultrasound fetal size estimates questioned
- The benefits of using third-trimester ultrasound scans to predict large infant size may be limited, according to a review published online October 13 in PLOS Medicine.
- Subclinical Tenosynovitis on Ultrasound Does Not Predict Rheumatoid Arthritis
- In patients with clinical suspect arthralgia, subclinical tenosynovitis of the biceps tendon is not an early feature of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and was not found to predict development of inflammatory arthritis, according to a study published as a letter to the editor in Rheumatology.
- Ultrasonography a swift and sound alternative to MRI for diagnosing anterior knee pain
- Ultrasonography can serve as a swift and sound alternative to MR imaging for diagnosing anterior knee pain, experts reported Thursday.
From the National Ultrasound Blog:
- How Ultrasound Assists in Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis
- In honor of October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are bringing you some of the latest 2020 data on breast cancer in the US and info about how ultrasound is used in the screening and diagnosis of breast cancer
- Ultrasound Needle Guides
- National Ultrasound sells high-quality, FDA approved needle guides from InnoFine, an excellent, innovative company in the interventional medical field.