Tissue elastography for King’s College

Pictured (from left) are superintendent ultrasonographer Jane Clarke, consultant radiologist Dr Maria Sellars, senior sonographer Margarita Nesbitt (seated), senior sonographer Olivia Benson-Fadayomi and radiologist Dr Milton Vouros.


The installation of an Hitachi Hi-Vision 900 ultrasound system, including real-time tissue elastography, at Kings College Hospital, in South London, now extends the clinical reach for general ultrasound, gynae, endo-anal, testicular and detailed liver scans.


HI-RTE is an innovative diagnostic tool for the assessment and real-time colour display of tissue elasticity.


See the full report on page 18 of the September 2009 issue of RAD Magazine.

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