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Doppler Flow Velocity Video Resources

These videos summarize common techniques for assessing cardiac function using the Doppler Flow Velocity System. Due to the sensitive nature of the content, registration is required to get access to these resources. (Immediate Access) Pulse Wave Velocity Coronary Flow Transverse Aortic Constriction

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Iron Overload – The Complications with Body Composition – A Short Article Review

Iron Overload - The Complications with Body Composition Download Document Here A Short Article Review: Bone loss and the breakdown of bone architecture are key characteristics associated with osteoporosis, leading to an increase in fractures1. Currently, more than 12 million people in North America suffer from osteoporosis and these numbers may quadruple by 20302,3.

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The Mouse Abdominal Imaging Guide

The Mouse Abdominal Imaging Guide Download Document Here Liver, Hepatic Vessels, Portal Veins, and Gallbladder        A. AnatomyLiver and GallbladderThe mouse liver weighs approximately 2g [1], spans the entire subdiaphragmatic region, and is divided into four main lobes: caudal lobe (located dorsal and ventral to the esophagus), right lateral lobe (subdivided horizontally into

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Frequent Asked Questions – M-Series Compact MRI

Frequently Asked Questions: Compact MRI This Frequently Asked Questions document was created to help answer some of the most asked questions by people newer to MR imaging and address some M-SeriesTM Compact MRI-specific questions.1. What is MRI?MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging that uses magnetic fields and radiofrequency waves to generate images. MRI is non-invasive,

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iNSiGHT DXA System Software Update Version 1.0.6

iNSiGHT DXA System Software Version 1.0.6 Walkthrough https://youtu.be/DMekBuxqaMY The latest software (Version 1.0.6) update includes several new features to help users streamline their data analysis on the iNSiGHT DXA system; these include: 1. The ability to export a single study, rather than only being able to export the entire database collected thus far. This

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Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA or DEXA) versus echo magnetic resonance imaging (echo MR): A short case study to compare body composition data collected using these instrumentations

Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA or DEXA) versus echo magnetic resonance imaging (echo MR): Download Document Here A short case study to compare body composition data collected using these instrumentation Abstract Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA or DEXA) and echo magnetic resonance imaging (echo MR) can assess parameters of body composition such as lean versus

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