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January 2021: Vascular remodeling imaging of murine vein grafts using high frequency ultrasound
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Presented by Kirsty Foote, PhD, Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Addenbrooke's Centre for Clinical Investigation, Addenbrooke's Hospital, University of Cambridge.
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Presented by Neekun Sharma, Postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Chetan Hans laboratory at University of Missouri, Columbia.
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This protocol describes the procedure to acquire reliable and reproducible two-dimensional ultrasound images of the ascending and abdominal aorta in mice.
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This study by Adelsperger et al. uses Vevo ultrasound imaging to generate predictive models for the formation and growth of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).
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New, ultra high frequency (UHF) ultrasound techniques enable visualisation of the separate layers of the vessel wall. This allows us to establish in which part of the vessel wall the initial changes appear, as well as possibly identifying changes at an earlier stage than with the composite measurement of IMT by conventional methods.
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Take a look at the NEW Vevo LAZR-X Photoacoustic Imaging System (featured at WMIC - World Molecular Imaging Congress in September). Presented by Drew Heinmiller, Product Manager, Fujifilm VisualSonics. 
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Learn: Overview of basic Doppler principles for quantification of blood flow, locating and obtaining 2D images of various vessels in the body, such as the carotid arteries, femoral arteries, renal arteries, splenic arteries, abdominal aorta and branches off of the vessel, i.e. mesenteric arterie, Obtaining Pulsed-Wave Doppler Mode image of these vessels and implementing flow and much more. Click for details.
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