Time : 2023-11-07
Ultrasound paper imaging is a non-invasive, safe and repeatable medical imaging technology that uses the propagation and reflection principles of ultrasonic waves to generate images of the inside of the human body. Its principle is based on the characteristics of different propagation speeds of sound waves in different tissues. Sound waves are sent and received through an ultrasound probe and processed by a computer to form high-resolution images.
1. Principle: The principle of ultrasonic paper imaging is to utilize the characteristics of ultrasonic waves propagating in tissues. When sound waves pass through tissue, phenomena such as reflection, scattering, and absorption occur. The ultrasonic probe emits high-frequency sound waves and then receives the reflected sound waves. Based on characteristics such as the strength, arrival time and frequency of the sound wave signal, the computer can reconstruct information such as the shape, structure and blood flow of the tissue. This non-invasive imaging technology can provide high resolution and real-time performance, playing a key role in detecting tissue lesions and abnormalities of internal organs.
2. Application: Ultrasound paper imaging has wide applications in the medical field. It is widely used in:
3. Diagnosis: Ultrasound paper imaging can be used to detect and diagnose a variety of diseases, such as tumors, cysts, stones, thrombus, etc. By observing the morphology, structure and blood flow of the tissue, doctors can judge the nature and severity of the disease and formulate a reasonable treatment plan.
4. Guide surgery: Ultrasound paper imaging can be used to guide positioning and operation during surgery. Doctors can use ultrasound paper imaging technology to observe the structure and blood flow of the surgical area to avoid damaging surrounding tissues and important blood vessels. This is very important for the successful performance of complex surgeries.
5. Maternal monitoring: Ultrasound paper imaging plays a vital role in maternal monitoring. By observing the growth and development of the fetus, doctors can assess the health of the fetus, detect abnormalities in time, and formulate corresponding treatment plans.
6.Cardiovascular disease: Ultrasound imaging can be used to assess the risk and changes in cardiovascular disease. It can provide information on cardiac structure, cardiac function and hemodynamics to help doctors develop personalized treatment plans.