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  1. Dear Mr Suarez,

    I am a neurosurgeon from israel, and am interested in transcranial angiography,

    I watched with interest, your youtube:

    I am interested specifically, how did you obtain the great images of the circle of willis??? (Minute 1.29)

    What machine did you use and technique?

    Is it an adult? could these images be acquired by other US devices?

    Thank you and kind regards

    Dr. Ezer


    Would you allow me to use these images in a manuscript I am writing on the pathogenesis of cerebral aneurysms?
    I will include a formal acknowledgment in the text.


    1. Hey there. The machine is a General Electric Loqiq E9. These images were obtained on pediatric patients. The probe used is a sector cardiac probe. you should be able to get images like this on other machines if they have cardiac and or vascular parameters. Also yes you may use the images just mention Henry Suarez RDMS, RVT and the blogpost..


  2. Hi. I was very impressed by the images in the paediatric spine section, I would like to use some of the images at a training event I have upcoming, is it possible to access these in soft copy?




      1. Henry, the books I had to study for the ARDMS RVT exam were severely lacking in content leaving me to guess too many answers on the test. Do you recommend any particular book for its content?


  3. Hi, Henry !!! This is Dr. Khadija . I am interested in Sonography . And trying to prepare for ARDMS .. cud u pls recommend books for SPI ( sonography physics ). Or do u have any lectures of urs for U/S physics … it would b great n good enuff!!!
    I love ur way of guiding the scans n ur videos n scan pics are very epic !!! I must say .


  4. Hi, I’ll be able to sit for my Boards Specialties in the next few month do you have any advice or recommendations to which one I should have first? I’m studying for both Ob/gyn & Abdomen. Also.. is it good or bad in regards to having too many specialties that your certified in?
    Thank you for your videos they are very helpful


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