B (brightness) mode, is the use of grey scale imaging in ultrasound renders a two-dimensional image in which the organs and tissues of interest are depicted as points of variable brightness.
Color Doppler uses standard ultrasound methods to convert Doppler sounds into colors that are overlaid on the image of the blood vessel. These colors represent the qualitative parameters of haemodynamic behavior and direction of blood flow through the vessel.
M-Mode, or Motion Mode is the display of a one-dimensional image that is used for analyzing moving body parts commonly in cardiac and fetal cardiac imaging.
Needle Viz (in-plane) is a tool that overlays a B-mode image optimized for visualizing needles inserted at a 30-45 degree angle on top of regular B-mode.
Dual-imaging mode helps you perform intricate in-plane procedures such as vascular access, nerve blocks and musculoskeletal injections, with accuracy and control.