The new software release includes enhancements for improved performance, workflow, and efficiency, according to the company.
The new breast package is designed to be a complete solution for global breast imaging and detailed examination of breast anatomy. Probes available with the package now include a new high-frequency SL18-5 probe and a specialty SLH20-6 probe that has been optimized for breast imaging.
SuperSonic is highlighting the utility of the package with the company's other technologies, including shear-wave elastography (SWE), 3D ultrasound combined with SWE for creating 3D color-coded elasticity maps of tissue stiffness, and the company's TriVu mode, which shows breast anatomy, flow, and tissue stiffness on a single screen.
The company also announced that its Angio PL.U.S. mode, launched last year with a focus on breast and thyroid imaging, now includes abdominal, vascular, and gynecologic applications. Angio PL.U.S. is a color Doppler mode that provides a new level of microvascular imaging through better color sensitivity and spatial resolution while maintaining 2D image quality, according to the company. Angio PL.U.S. is now available on the XC6-1 abdominal transducer for supplying additional information for the evaluation of organs such as liver or kidneys.
Finally, SuperSonic is now offering a dedicated package for research use that enables researchers to perform preclinical or clinical research with modes such as SWE.
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