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What is tgc in ultrasound?


Asked By: Ishank Mathur



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A way to overcome ultrasound attenuation is time gain compensation (TGC), in which signal gain is increased as time passes from the emitted wave pulse. Time gain compensation (TGC) is an additional feature that reduces impact of wave attenuation by. Time gain compensation (TGC) is a setting applied in diagnostic ultrasound imaging to account for tissue attenuation. 'Time Gain Compensation' is so called because it compensates for the attenuation of ultrasound energy with depth. During an ultrasound send-receive cycle, the magnitude of reflected signal depends on the depth of penetration. returning ultrasound signal received from ALL depths.

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