"Diasonograph Mk1" ultrasound scanner, capable of "A" and "B" scans, by Nuclear Enterprises Ltd., Edinburgh c.1960, used by Prof. Stuart Campbell in his cephalometric researches into foetal development
This is the Diasonograph Mk1 ultrasound scanner. It is capable of carrying out both A and B scans, which can provide different displays of internal structures such as the foetus. It was made by Nuclear Enterprises Ltd. in Edinburgh, Scotland and was used by Dr Stuart Campbell in his cephalometric researches into foetal development. Campbell's work has established many of the procedures that have made ultrasound a key part of antenatal care, offering a safe way of checking the development of the foetus
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