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Oxygen Saturation in Mouse Embryo and Placenta
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Embryo oxyhemo 3D

In vivo 3D rendered coregistered high-resolution ultrasound (greyscale) and photoacoustic (red, white and blue) image of a mid-gestational fetus and its associated placenta.
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Tumor showing targeted and non-targeted nanoparticles

Ultrasound and photoacoustic image of a tumor showing oxyhemoglobin (red), deoxyhemoglobin (blue), targeted nanoparticles (green) and non-targeted nanoparticles (yellow.)
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Rabbit embryo in a murine dam?

A very amusing image of what looks like a rabbit embryo in a murine dam. Image courtesy of Dr. Gilles Renaud from Cochin Institute in Paris, France.
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Carotid Artery? Nope...look closer!

Although this may look like a carotid artery at first, what we are actually looking at is a longitudinal view of the radial artery bifurcation taken with our Vevo MD. 
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4D Mode: Left and Right Atrium

Here are a couple of awesome new applications for our brand new 4D Imaging Mode. Check out these videos showing incredible detail of the left atrium and right atrium!
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Scar - Conventional vs. Ultra High Frequency

Vevo MD Ultra High-Frequency ultrasound is able to bring out details in scars that are not visible using conventional ultrasound. Here is an image of a scar formed after open heart surgery.
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UHF Ultrasound Images - Esophagus Swallowing

The layers of the esophageal wall can easily be distinguished using Vevo MD ultra high-frequency ultrasound. Physiology of the esophagus can also be observed while a volunteer swallows water. 
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The Left Ventricle in 4D!

Our new 4D mode on the Vevo 3100 Imaging System will allow you to look at your 3D images over time. Here, a 4D image was taken from a parasternal short axis (SAX) view of the heart.
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Ultrasound of the Bladder

The ultrasound of the bladder is a representative transabdominal view and clearly shows an infiltrating mass, albeit a small one, into the lumen of the bladder. This imaging plane was acquired using an MS550 transducer.
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Screening fibrosis in vivo

The images in the column for the vehicle shows annotations in the first image to guide your understanding of this ultrasound image. The green trace shows the area of the liver that was investigated.
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