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Ultrasound diagnostic apparatus










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #5993391.

In an ultrasound diagnostic apparatus, ultrasound transmission/reception means transmits and receives ultrasound to and from a subject to obtain an echo signal and an ultrasonic image of a desired tomographic plane of the subject is produced on the basis of the echo signal. The ultrasound diagnostic apparatus comprises image collecting means for collecting ultrasonic images in the direction perpendicular to the tomographic plane, image synthesizing means for synthesizing a stereoscopic right-eye image and a stereoscopic left-eye image from the ultrasonic images, and display means for displaying the right-eye image and the left-eye image separately. Using a relatively small number of images, a simple ultrasonic three-dimensional image with a depth effect is displayed at high speed.








 
 
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