Despite the dramatic advances in medical imaging with the
introduction of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI), as opposed to the more gradual evolution of
diagnostic ultrasound, there are many clinical applications in
which ultrasound has remained the dominant imaging modality.
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