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Sonographers and Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound

Now that contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) has been approved in the United States for several abdominal applications in adults and pediatrics, I decided to take a deeper look into the sonographer’s role in CEUS. 734 more words


NIFLA Aids California Center Waiting to be Licensed

Dr. Bigelow, Turlock Pregnancy and Health Center (TPHC)’s Medical Director, poses with Sandy Brannan, TPHC’s nurse manager

Turlock Pregnancy and Health Center (TPHC) has been a member with National Institute of Family and Life Advocates since 2011—and what a help they have been. 568 more words

Pro-Life Movement

Let’s Talk About Scrubs, Baby

The first pair of scrubs I ever bought were for clinicals back in my college days. They were the required navy blue color and as standard as they come: unflattering, made out of stiff material, and expensive. 794 more words


Prenatal Ultrasound and Autism Spectrum Disorder

The prevalence of autism has increased during the past few decades. Although some individuals are genetically susceptible to autism, the steep rise in prevalence seems best accounted by the superimposition of environmental exigencies acting at vulnerable times during brain development. 1,095 more words

Manuel Casanova

Intra Uterine Insemination - IUI

Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) involves the extraction of a semen sample from the male partner or a donor, which is directly injected into the uterine cavity around the time of ovulation. 427 more words


To My Fellow Sonographers

Dear fellow sonographers,

I am proud to say that I have worked as a sonographer since 1983 and have been on an incredible journey for 34 years. 420 more words


My Journey as a Sonographer: The Beginning

A few years ago, my life was becoming difficult. The degree path I was on was starting to become a burden and I hit a wall with the classes I was taking. 1,261 more words

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