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Schindel, "The use of broadband acoustic transducers and pulse-compression techniques for air-coupled ultrasonic imaging", Ultrasonics, vol.
Littrup et al., "Breast density measurements using ultrasound tomography for patients undergoing tamoxifen treatment," in Proceedings of the Medical Imaging 2013: Ultrasonic Imaging, Tomography, and Therapy, vol.
Bonnefous and P Pesque, "Time domain formulation of pulse-Doppler ultrasound and blood velocity estimation by cross correlation," Ultrasonic Imaging, vol.
Following is coverage of novel developments in techniques and methods such as applications of a quantitative ultrasonic microscope for soft biological tissues, and portable ultrasonic imaging devices.
The ultrasonic imaging or graphical reconstruction of internal organs is achieved by taking advantage of echoes that are produced with ultrasonic wave reflection applied to the tissues.
[15] developed experimental models to study the properties of integrated structures for ultrasonic imaging application purpose.
Ultrasonic imaging ("Echo") is a technique highly developed for applications in cardiology.
But now, the ability to image an entirely new tissue property, elasticity or tissue stiffness, promises to reinvigorate ultrasonic imaging much as color Doppler did during the early 1980's.
Conventional ultrasonic imaging systems use frequencies from 2 MHz to 20 MHz with a resolution of millimeter level.
(27) The image brightness of mouse livers increased following particle administration suggesting that it is feasible to use solid nanoparticles as contrast enhancing agents for ultrasonic imaging. Unfortunately, to date, the development of nanoparticulate contrast agents has concentrated mainly on MRI.
Application chapters describe uses of ultrasonic imaging such as the pulse-echo technique, Doppler imaging techniques, and safety and therapeutic ultrasound applications.
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