|Scan using a 3D Doppler Ultrasound identifying microlithiasis in testis|
Fig 1- This image (above) is of a 28 year old newlywed with a biopsy proven high grade adenocarcinoma incidentally found for evaluation of a scrotal mass. The sonogram shows a black area indicating a 9mm focal vascular tumor. The digital scan maps the orange and red vessels feeding the testicular cancer.
|Progress tracking & comparative monitoring of testicular cancer under|
treatment through the use of advanced ultrasound
About the Author:
Advanced Imaging & Diagnostic Specialist
Having paved the way for the study of various cancers both clinically and academically, Dr. Robert Bard co-founded the 9/11 CancerScan program to bring additional diagnostic support to all first responders from Ground Zero. His main practice in midtown, NYC (Bard Diagnostic Imaging- www.CancerScan.com) uses the latest in digital Imaging technology has been also used to help guide biopsies and in many cases, even replicate much of the same reports of a clinical invasive biopsy. Imaging solutions such as high-powered Sonograms, Spectral Doppler, sonofluoroscopy, 3D/4D Image Reconstruction and the Spectral Doppler are safe, noninvasive, and does not use ionizing radiation. It is used as a complement to find anomalies and help diagnose the causes of pain, swelling and infection in the body’s internal organs while allowing the diagnostician the ability to zoom and ‘travel’ deep into the body for maximum exploration.