Use of ultrasound in decompression research.

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Title: Use of ultrasound in decompression research.
Author: Pollock, NW
Abstract: Techniques for ultrasonic assessment of decompression stress continue to evolve in concert with technological development. While aural Doppler remains a staple, imaging techniques are gaining in popularity. Current initiatives to increase the resolution of three-dimensional and dual-frequency imaging hold promise to expand our monitoring capabilities. An appreciation of the limitations and strengths of ultrasonic assessment is important to interpret existing work on decompression and to appropriately design new studies.
Description: The Journal of the South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society (Incorporated in Victoria) A0020660B and the European Underwater and Baromedical Society
URI: http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/9424
Date: 2007

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