MED10 Ultrasound of the Gallbladder

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Ultrasound of the Gallbladder

Examination of a gallbladder model with various disease patterns using the ultrasound B-mode technique

Introduction to imaging ultrasound diagnostics based on the B-mode technique by examining a gallbladder model with simulated gallbladder disease patterns

Keywords: Ultrasound imaging, B-mode, array probe, gallbladder, gallstones, gravel deposits, artifacts

Ultrasound imaging based on the B-mode method is an important tool in medical diagnostics. Similar to X-rays or MRI, the B-mode method provides cross-sectional images of the internal structure of an organism without exposing it to radiation. In the experiment, the possibilities and limitations of the B-mode method can be examined and the basic handling of an ultrasound B-mode device can be trained. The object of the study is an ultrasound model consisting of a block with enclosed gallbladders. These simulate various gallbladder diseases such as gallstones, thickening of the bladder wall or deposits of bile gravel.


Item No. Designation
10412 Ultrasound B-scan device Gi210
10440 Ultrasound gallbladder model
70200 Ultrasound gel


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