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VisualSonics Vevo 770™ ultrasound scanner

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  1. Ultrasound machine


  1. Resource Description
    "A high-frequency scanner designed to scan small animals. The new state-of-the-art scanner provides exquisite high resolution images at ultrasound frequencies of 30-50 MHz. The scanner enables in-vivo assessment of anatomical structures and hemodynamic functions in longitudinal studies. The scanner has pulsed-wave Doppler for quantitative blood flow velocity and waveform measurements. The ECG of the animal can be monitored on screen. The M-mode of the scanner monitors tissue motion, which is useful for characterizing blood vessels, heart dynamics and wall thickening. The scanner is equipped with 3D and power Doppler imaging for visualizing blood vessel branching and blood flow patterns spatially and temporally. The scanner's Mouse Handling Platform maintains animal core temperature, and monitors the ECG and other physiological measurements."
  2. Manufacturer
    VisualSonics Inc.
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  6. Location
    Small Animal Imaging Facility: Ultrasound Sub-Core (Penn)
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