In addition to the ultrasound awareness campaign, increased collaboration with related societies (American College of Radiology and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists) led to the creation of joint clinical ultrasound practice guidelines.
One constant beacon of continued excellence in ultrasound has been the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
A unique mix of specialties brought together by a common interest in ultrasound provides stimulating enrichment for all ultrasound professionals.
George Leopold, MD, accepting a framed token of the AIUM's appreciation for his 22 years of service as editor of the AIUM's journal.
Comparison of old (left) and new (right) color Doppler images showing a pseudoaneurysm.
Ultrasound images of the liver show before (left) and after (right) use of an ultrasound contrast agent that results in the detection of a liver mass.
3D fetal ultrasound image.