Practicality, ease of use, safety, and shorter exam time of 3-D & 4-D ultrasound technologies have given ultrasound a new life and increased its relevance in medical imaging.
With growing innovation and competition in the global industry, the prime focus of vendors is on offering cost-effective devices.
These high-frequency acoustic waves can do more.
The desire to improve image quality is pushing ultrasound manufacturers beyond the capabilities of traditional 2-D imaging and increasing the roll-out of 3-D and even 4-D ultrasound equipment.
Advances in ultrasound technology and its non-invasive nature enable better clinical applications from neo-natal imaging to cardiology and comprehensive cancer imaging.
Ultrasound is becoming more and more important in the medical world as it is rapid, effective, portable, and relatively inexpensive initial diagnostic imaging technology.