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Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology is the official journal of the World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology. The journal publishes original contributions that demonstrate a novel application of an existing ultrasound technology in clinical diagnostic, interventional and therapeutic applications, new and improved clinical techniques, the physics, engineering and technology of ultrasound in medicine and biology, and the interactions between ultrasound and biological systems, including bioeffects. Papers that simply utilize standard diagnostic ultrasound as a measuring tool will be considered out of scope. Extended critical reviews of subjects of contemporary interest in the field are also published, in addition to occasional editorial articles, clinical and technical notes, book reviews, letters to the editor and a calendar of forthcoming meetings. It is the aim of the journal fully to meet the information and publication requirements of the clinicians, scientists, engineers and other professionals who constitute the biomedical ultrasonic community.

About World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology

World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology is a Federation of Affiliated Organizations consisting of Regional Federations and National Societies for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology. The Regional Federations cover National Societies of Ultrasound in Asia (AFSUMB), Europe (EFSUMB), Latin America (FLAUS) and Africa (MASU). National Societies cover North America (AIUM), and Australasia (ASUM). Individual members of the National Societies are physicians, scientists, engineers and ultrasonographers. The total number of individual members is presently more than 43,000.

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