Elastography stretches their boundaries

From left, clinical lead in ultrasound Alison Gamble, ultrasound specialist Karen Hill, visional manager Cynthia Wilson and radiology assistant Karen Russell.



The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, Yorkshire, has invested in Hitachi’s elastography technology in its purchase of the EUB-7500 for breast, IVF, EUS and general radiology ultrasound. Alison Gamble, clinical lead in ultrasound and Cynthia Wilson, divisional manager, said: ‘the machine offers excellent image quality and versatility.’


See the full report on page 32 of the June 2009 issue of RAD Magazine

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