Our Rheumatology Toy A shiny new car

Ultrasound is slowly but surely, becoming an important "bedside" tool for rheumatologists.

Dactylitis & Synovitis

It makes sense that we have this technology in our clinics for many reasons.

I described some of these reasons in this post:

But, I'll admit there's another reason for me.

I like toys, including those with a metallic casing, tech-y feel.

Our GE S7 glowing

We've just purchased a Logiq GE S7 for use at our Parramatta clinic.

Lisa, our sonographer in action

A uber nice ultrasound unit with yummy image quality and much improved ability to detect power doppler signal with a very cool 8-18Hz hockey stick probe!

scanning a shoulder
Rheumatology Ultrasound

The excitement is building for Andrew Jordan and I. We share the machine and while it was an indulgence because my 5-year older machine basically does the job, this S7 is way shinier!

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