Ultrasonic examination of the brain in children

Australia, 1975

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A specialist medical film describing a new ultrasonic technique for the examination of the brain in children, developed by Australia’s National Acoustics Laboratories and the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney The technique provides for accurate visualisation of the size and shape of the lateral and third ventricles and of space-occupying lesions, and provides much the same information as X-ray air studies

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