Automated Ultrasound for Non-Invasive Liver Disease Evaluation
Advances in liver disease treatments are expected to have an enormous impact on human health. However, to date, the use of non-invasive imaging tools has been limited to the assessment of hepatic injury within animal models; in fact, researchers still often rely on animal sacrifice to evaluate disease progression.
This case study highlights the latest automated ultrasound technology for the non-invasive evaluation of liver disease in vivo.
Download this case study to discover:
- The value of non-invasive in vivo liver research tools
- Multimodal non-invasive imaging techniques for accurate liver disease staging in animal models
- Hands-free, high-throughput solutions that can accelerate your research