Ultrasound imaging set to dominate the market as digital technology helps it see more clearly
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ultrasound in medicine is still an immature technology. Nonetheless, its ability to see inside the body in greater and greater detail, thanks to rapid advances in digital technology, have made it the most purchased of all the medical imaging technologies.
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