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CONCLUSIONS During the last decade, LUSA has progressively gained acceptance among anesthesia providers. Its clinical application has improved the diagnostic accuracy of potentially life-threatening conditions in the perioperative period. The noninvasive nature of this technique, lack of radiation, low cost, and easy access render this imaging approach reasonable for intraoperative and perioperative care. The use of LUSA for thoracic applications is now supported by clinical data and has beendoi:10.1213/ane.0000000000002578 pmid:29099431 fatcat:i565lpcmq5hlrmisby7gntt2km