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The Changing Left Ventricle

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Harmonic Generation
Harmonic generation is shown in comparison to the natural course of a wave breaking at the beach. A simple wave turns into the complex wave. Courtesy of Dr. Poll van der Wouw, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam.
Harmonic Ultrasound Beam
A harmonic beam profile is quite narrow. Note that harmonics are not generated near the transducer. Courtesy Dr. Peter Burns.
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