Visualize hepatic and pancreatic tumors and surrounding anatomy over the course of the procedure
Small metastatic liver lesion with color Doppler, visualized with T-Shaped Transducer
with intraoperative ultrasound supports critical decision-making in open or minimally invasive tumor resections.
Active imaging with intraoperative ultrasound supports critical decision-making in open or minimally invasive tumor resections.
- Visualize complex anatomical variations
- Identify tumor location, proximity, and invasion of vasculature
- Define adequate margins of resection
- Understand relationship to vascular structures
- Assess surgical planning and check for vessel patency at the end of the procedure
Gallbladder adenocarcinoma, visualized with Laparoscopic Transducer
The Assurance You Need for Minimally Invasive Procedures
Intraoperative ultrasound can assist in identifying 10-25% additional
hepatic lesions than with preoperative imaging alone1,2
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