Intravascular ultrasound part 5

Intravascular ultrasonography

 

How does the procedure work?

Intravascular ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to provide images from inside the blood vessels. Sound waves sent from the transducers bounce off of the walls of the artery and return to the transducers as echoes. A computer helps convert these echoes into images on the monitor to produce pictures of the blood vessels.

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