Sonar, Science, Scotland and Serendipity: The Birth of Medical Ultrasound
Ultrasound is one of the most important imaging techniques. The resolution is remarkable, and it has now become a pocket instrument used as part of routine clinical examination. There is no ionizing radiation making its use in pregnancy appropriate. A few decades ago few would have predicted its pivotal role. This lecture digs into the chance situations and interactions that led to the development of medical ultrasound. It focuses on Ian Donald Regius Professor of Midwifery at the University of Glasgow who pioneered the technique.
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- Iain Ross McDougall, MD, PhD, FRCP Professor of Radiology and Medical, Emeritus