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September 12, 2018 to September 15, 2018

WMIC 2018

August 21, 2018 to August 23, 2018

Vevo® LAZR-X Summer School

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Whole body mouse imaging
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Mouse Whole Body Imaging

Whole body photoacoustic imaging of a mouse following intravenous injection of indocyanine green. Images acquired using our Vevo LAZR-X system in conjunction with our upcoming innovative whole body photoacoustic imaging setup.
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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