The aim of the Second World Congress was to inform the participating physicians, physicists and engineers of current progress in the new clinical and technical applications for traditional fields such as physics, neurology, internal medicine, cardiology, gynaecology and ophthalmology. Remarkable new developments are being made in Doppler techniques, in the use of computers in ultrasonic imaging, acoustic holography and multi element probes. New applications of diagnostic ultrasonics in dentistry and cardiology look very promising for clinical routine examinations.
Erasmus University Rotterdam

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