ZONARE's new L14-5w high resolution, high frequency transducer features broad bandwidth for improved small parts, breast imaging and superficial anatomy. The new L14-5w has a wide field of view with an aperture of 55 mm, offering virtual apex capability. The new transducer has 10 frequencies including three fundamental, one tissue harmonic, two compound imaging and two each for color Doppler and PW Doppler modes.
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