In my experience, there are two types of ultrasonographers—those who tinker a lot with their image settings, and those who prefer to never adjust anything. By the very nature of my job, I’m definitely the former… but both groups can get themselves into trouble. The Tinkerers can go down a rabbit hole and find themselves even further from the results they want, and the Never-Adjusts might be missing a lot of opportunities to optimize their image quality.
Image #8, also scanned with an EVO and L7HD probe.What do you see?
Day 4 Image 8
Check back tomorrow morning for the last scan...answers right here tomorrow am!
Here's image #7, scanned with an EVO and L7HD probe. Male or female?
Day 4 Image 7
Check back later today for another scan...answers right here tomorrow am.
Here's image #6, scanned with an EVO and L7HD probe. Can you tell?
Day 3 Image 6
Check back tomorrow am for some more fun!
Have a look at this...#5, scanned with EVO and L7HD probe.
Day 3 Image 5
And #4 is...scanned with EVO and L7HD probe.
Day 2 Image 4
Here's #3—have a look! Scanned with EVO and L7HD probe.
Day 2 Image 3
Don't forget to check back later today for the next one and each day after for new scans. Answers to be revealed Friday afternoon, April 24th!
We will also be posting the images on Instagram @eimedical—follow us there.
With equine breeding season officially underway, you may be finding yourself re-evaluating your equipment. Technology changes at lightning speed, and it’s certainly possible that the reliable old ultrasound you’ve been using for years is just pretty darn obsolete now. While many factors must be considered in the search for a new one, I’d like to take a minute to talk about portability.