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Image optimization 

Image optimization
Image optimization

Carlos Corredor

, and Nick Fletcher

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date: 16 May 2022

This chapter will describe how you can optimize the environment, probe selection, depth, gain, compression, focus, sector width, and zoom to obtain the best images possible. The advanced section will introduce practical aspects of colour, pulsed wave, continuous wave, and tissue Doppler imaging and present some of their many limitations, which explain why considerable supervision is required to develop skills in these modalities.

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