Evaluation of Blood Flow in Tumor Masses by Using 2D-Doppler Color Flow Mapping -- Case Reports

Itoh, Kouichi; Suzuki, Osamu; Yasuda, Yoshikazu; Aihara, Toshinori
September 1987
Angiology;Sep1987, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p705
Academic Journal
Blood flow in tumor masses was detected with 2D-Doppler color flow mapping in 3 cases; a pancreatic carcinoma in a sixty-five-year-old woman, a renal cell carcinoma in a sixty-two-year-old woman, and a chemodectoma in a sixty-six- year-old woman.


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