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Diagnostic Contact B-Scan Ultrasound: Why is 3-D Thinking so Difficult?

Author(s)/Faculty: Yale L. Fisher, MD
Release Date: 5/9/2012Expiration Date: 5/8/2015
Credit Type: CME / ParticipationNumber of Credits: 0
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Contact B-Scan Ultrasonography remains a major adjunct to routine ocular examination. The concepts required for diagnostic contact scanning are reviewed and concentration is given to the most difficult one.....3-D Thinking.....permitting the examiner to draw a topographical map from ultrasonic cross sections. Practice with clear media cases is stressed.