S-Sharp > Product > Prospect T1 > Imaging Modes
Scanning Modes

doppler mode

 

Doppler mode

Three kinds of Doppler modes are provided: color Doppler mode, power Doppler mode, and Pulsed-wave Doppler mode.

Ultrasound cross-sectional imaging of the mouse portal vein, abdominal aorta, and inferior vena cava in color Doppler mode.

B mode

B_mode.jpg

2D gray-level imaging is displayed in real time with the improved lateral resolution using the Virtual Array technology. ECG-triggered, respiration gated imaging is achieved for ultrahigh frame rates.

Longitudinal axis view of the left common carotid artery (LCCA) in B mode.

 

3D Imaging mode

3D image visualization, reconstruction, and volumetric measurements are provided.

3D_Imaging_Mode.jpg

3D imaging of breast cancer for volumetric measurements.

 

M mode

M_Mode.jpg

M mode assesses motion information as a function of time. Dimension changes of the target organ can be analyzed.

Wall thickness and cardiac function measurements of the left ventricle (short axis view) in M mode.

 

Contrast_Mode.jpg

 

Contrast mode

Microbubble based contrast imaging allows measurements of time-intensity curve(TIC), vascular index curve (VIC) and data export for off-line analysis.

Perfusion image of a mouse tumor in the contrast mode.Vascular index curve is also displayed.

 

Pulsed-wave (PW) Doppler mode

PW_Mode.jpg

PW Doppler shows blood flow velocity profile as a function of time. The duplex or triplex mode allows the users to identify flow locations and simultaneously conduct quantitative flow measurements.

Doppler spectrum of blood flows at the mouse tricuspid in the four chamber view is shown.

 

 

Analog Doppler mode

Doppler SNR can be highly improved by Analog Doppler which's fit to detect tiny blood vessels and weaker blood flow signals.

 
 

Elasticity Imaging mode

Shear wave elasticity imaging is a non-invasive method of measuring the elasticity of tissues. Prospect 3.0 is capable for the detection of smaller displacement resulted from shear wave propagation with confocal transducer design.