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A basic ultrasound machine has the following components:
list_point The transducer probe sends and receives the sound waves.
list_point The transducer pulse controls change the amplitude, frequency and duration of the pulses emitted from the transducer probe.
list_point The central processing unit is the calculation computer and contains the electrical power supplies for itself and the transducer probe.
list_point The display (oscilloscope or computer monitor) shows the image from the ultrasound data processed by the CPU.
list_point Data input and measurements are done with the keyboard cursor.
list_point Disk storage devices (FDD, HDD, CD, DVD) store the acquired images.
list_point The displayed ultrasound pictures can be printed on thermal paper, radiographic film or videotape.
B-mode machines represent the vast majority of machines used in echocardiology, obstetrical scans, abdominal scans, gynecological scans, etc. B-mode ultrasound machines usually produce the sector (or pie segment-shaped) scans. These ultrasound scans require either a mechanical scanner transducer (the transducer moves to produce the sector scan), or a linear array transducer operated as a phased array.
See also Ultrasound System Performance, Coaxial Cable, and Microbubble Scanner Modification.
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(CPU) The CPU is the brain of the ultrasound machine, the main processor in the computer.
The CPU executes complex computer programs to send electrical currents to the transducer probe to emit sound waves, to receive the electrical pulses from the probes that were created from the returning echoes. The CPU does the calculations, data processing and forms the image on the display. The CPU also stores the processed data and/or image on disk.disk.
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The cable, which connects the probe (also called handle) with the ultrasound machine, contains from 48 to 256 micro-coaxial cables, is about 2 m long and is one of the most expensive parts of the system.
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The ultrasound display is usually a computer monitor that shows the processed data from the scanned area. Displays can be black-and-white or color, small or large depending upon the model and price of the ultrasound machine.
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A handle or probe contains the transducer elements and is attached to the system via a relatively long coaxial cable. Handles are selected via high voltage (HV) relays. In most ultrasound machines, several different handles are available to be connected to the system, allowing the operator to select the appropriate transducer for optimal imaging.
See also Probe Cleaning, and Transducer Assembly.
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