Three-dimensional intraductal ultrasonography

Inui, Kazuo; Inui, K
December 2000
Journal of Gastroenterology;2000, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p951
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses three-dimensional (3D) intraductal ultrasonography. Information on the use of 3D imaging with magnetic resonance imaging and helical computed tomography; Advantages of the 3D endoscopic ultrasonography; Important points in imaging bile duct carcinoma; Several problems with 3D-intraductal ultrasonography systems.


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