The "Journal of Medical Ultrasound (JMU)" takes part in the fight against coronavirus disease
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We cordially welcome any forms of manuscripts (e.g., letter to the editor, case reports, case series, research article, technical notes, review articles, etc) submitted to JMU, discussing about ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of the novel disease. Any kind of experience will contribute significantly to the fight against COVID-19! The report will be published on-line first and then on hard copy in the shortest time!
Please stay safe in the COVID-19 Pandemic Scenario!
San-Kan Lee, MD
Chih-Ping Chen, MD
Yi-Hong Chou, MD
Editor in Chief,
Journal of Medical Ultrasound
July-September 2021| Vol 29| Issue 3
Focused assessment with sonography for trauma
A 75-year-old female without a past medical history crashed into the change box in bus at an emergency brake when taking a bus this morning. The chief complaint was right side upper abdominal pain. ...
Ultrasound for the abdominal aorta
We report the case of a 66-year-old male whose medical history was hypertension without regular follow-up and medical control, and smoking for about 30 years (1 pack of cigarettes per day). The chie...
A review of carotid artery phantoms for doppler ultrasound applications
Ultrasound imaging systems need tissue-mimicking phantoms with a good range of acoustic properties. Many studies on carotid artery phantoms have been carried out using ultrasound; hence this study p...
Sonographic evaluation of the pancreas in Type 1 diabetes mellitus: A case-control study
Background: Pancreas is a vital insulin-producing gland, and it is subjected to various disorders which produce alteration in the morphology and function. Ultrasound (US) of the pancreas is s...
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Evaluation of training in pediatric ultrasound-guided vascular cannulation using a model
Background: The study objective was to evaluate a training program and a training model for pediatric ultrasound-guided vascular cannulation (USGVC) by inexperienced operators. Methods:
Journal of Medical Ultrasound, a publication of Chinese Taipei Society of Ultrasound in Medicine Asian Federation of Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.
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