Assessment of Cardiac Function using 4D Imaging: Comparison with MRI
This recent article by Damen, et al. showcases the use of 4-dimensional ultrasound (4DUS) imaging for cardiac function evaluations, and compared the results to two standard techniques: short-axis M-mode (SAX MM) and cine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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.